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Advanced Miners Develops Versatile Mining Equipment To Decentralize Bitcoin And Improve Earnings

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RSK and iExec Collaborate to Provide Off-Chain Computing to Bitcoin Applications

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The Old New Thing: ICE and the Future of Bitcoin Trading and Regulation

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The Old New Thing: ICE and the Future of Bitcoin Trading and Regulation

As reported earlier by The New York Times (NYT) and Bitcoin Magazine, Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), parent company of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), is developing an online trading platform that would allow large investors to trade bitcoin directly. As news about the ICE platform continues to develop, Bitcoin Magazine spoke with lawyers Ben Sauter and Dave McGill of Kobre & Kim, a New York City law firm which specializes in disputes and investigations, to examine the regulatory issues surrounding the launch of such a platform, including swap contracts and the implications the ICE platform might have on cryptocurrency trading in the future.

Sauter and McGill are also participating lawyers in the Digital Currency & Ledger Defense Coalition (DCLDC), a coalition of lawyers and academics whose collaborated effort focuses on understanding the regulatory and legal issues surrounding cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology to protect individual constitutional rights and civil liberties in connection with regulatory and law enforcement scrutiny.

For a large financial institution such as ICE or Goldman Sachs, figuring out how to develop a cryptocurrency trading platform is a potentially complicated analysis that begins with the question of whether or not a cryptocurrency is a security. If a cryptocurrency is deemed a security by the Howey test, “there are a lot more regulatory requirements,” according to McGill.

While many people agree, including Peter Van Valkenburgh, director of research at the Coin Center, that the Howey test can act as the ultimate clarifier of which cryptocurrency is a security and which is not; the distinction is also important for another reason. Ultimately, the Howey test gives guidance in which regulatory agency polices which cryptocurrency. At this point, securities fall under the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) jurisdiction. Non-security cryptocurrencies — or commodities until proven otherwise — are in the realm of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). While this is obvious to anyone who can remember each agency’s full name, the distinction is also important because each agency has taken a different approach to policing cryptocurrency.

The SEC has gone after what McGill called “low-hanging fruit.” These are the “pump-and-dump” ICOs that are scams or otherwise illegitimate in their offerings to investors. And, at least with ICOs, both agencies appeared to be on the same page in January 2018. More recently, the SEC has created a fake ICO. The token, aptly named HoweyCoin, is being used as a way to demonstrate potential signs of fraud in ICOs to cryptocurrency investors.

Outside of the SEC’s scam scrubbing, Sauter and McGill have also seen regulator behavior that is not exactly encouraging for private sector participants:

"The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) say they want to have an active dialogue with industry participants to understand the latest trends and developments. Unfortunately, we see a lot of regulators initiating those conversations with industry players by way of subpoena. Whenever you receive a subpoena from a regulator, you have to be concerned that it could be a lead-in to an enforcement action. This dynamic doesn't exactly promote a free and healthy exchange of ideas,” said McGill.

CFTC: The Prevailing Bitcoin Regulator?

In late April, SEC Chairman Clayton said bitcoin is not a security. According to both McGill and Sauter, because bitcoin will not likely be classified as a security, larger financial institutions like CME, CBOE, Goldman Sachs and now ICE are able to move forward with giving their clients exposure.

Not being a security also means that the CFTC is the federal agency that most often acts as a watchdog over bitcoin transactions. But it is also not the only one. The Department of Justice (DOJ) has become involved in some bitcoin futures trading in pursuit of acts of perjury and obstruction of justice.

Even if it is the prevailing regulator, how the CFTC will handle bad actors and fraud in bitcoin transactions is still up for debate. In the last year, there have been more aggressive actions such as CFTC v. McDonnell (CabbageTech) and, outside of cryptocurrencies, the CFTC’s prerogative to cut down on fraud and market manipulation (Monex). This could be evidence that there will likely be a crackdown on certain types of short-term trading behavior.

“An underlying concern of the CFTC is that there are a number of people who can fairly easily impact prices with their trading. It makes it very difficult to regulate markets,” said Sauter, “but innovation is happening in futures and derivatives markets.”

Speaking toward how Bitcoin law will develop in the U.S., Sauter stated that industry cases which reach the court of appeals will be the ones that will ultimately shape U.S. regulation by either correcting case decision errors or clarifying and interpreting the law itself.

Contract Swaps Aren’t New or Unregulated

If reports that ICE is considering using a model of trading bitcoin with swap contracts, this type of trading would remain under the regulatory realm of the CFTC. Furthermore, it would also decrease transaction speed.

Swaps are a type of derivative contract where two parties trade based on a notional principal amount. Generally, one of these amounts is fixed while the other is variable, commonly based on an interest rate, floating currency exchange rate or index price. Swaps do not normally trade on exchanges but instead are over-the-counter contracts between different organizations. Sauter and McGill suggested that ICE would likely use an interest rate swap, though they are most likely still figuring out what they will pin bitcoin prices to.

"Using the swap mechanism allows ICE to position themselves squarely under CFTC regulations, but getting that regulatory certainty looks like it will come at the cost of speed,” said McGill. “One of the ideas behind bitcoin and other digital currencies that made them so attractive as a concept was the idea that market participants could securely transact with one another almost instantly, without the need for intermediaries. But, if you have to create a swap product with a one-day settlement period to get regulatory clarity, then you lose a lot of what made digital currencies attractive in the first place."

“Bitcoin swaps aren’t entirely novel, either,” pointed out Sauter.

TeraExchange began offering Bitcoin-based swaps in 2014. And, since launching its derivatives swap option in October 2017 after CFTC approval, LedgerX is reported to have increased their trading volume sevenfold.

Sauter stated that one reason why regulators have not moved more quickly to establish clear law around Bitcoin is that there still remains debate and uncertainty about regulators, the CFTC in particular, to police the markets.

“One way regulators and institutional players are dealing with this is to move trading to regulated derivatives markets, be it swaps, futures or options,” said Sauter. “When that happens, the CFTC has a much more direct line of access to the markets and market participants. That's part of the reason why we're seeing such innovation happening in the derivatives markets.”

Another reason Sauter proposes for the interest in Bitcoin derivatives is that they are a much easier route by which big financial institution players can get involved. “Institutional investors often have strict requirements concerning the types of markets and products they can trade, and they tend to like the idea of trading in markets that they know are being policed and that offer remedies in the event problems arise.”

How Decentralized Proprietary Trading Could Be Affected

The implications of the rise in bitcoin-based swap contracts also means that the instantaneous transaction, so highly placed in the early value of bitcoin, might be a thing of the past for more mainstream investors to gain less-risky exposure. However, as McGill pointed out,  “A lot of that early speed and eliminating transaction fees comes at the cost of added risk.”

It can be assumed that any cryptocurrency trader that is familiar with Mt. Gox is well aware of the risks associated with trading on unregulated cryptocurrency exchanges. Still, for some, the risks are worth it.

“Some of this will just be decided by the market,” said Sauter. “Plenty of investors are weighing the risk of maybe not getting their money back when they need to unwind a trade. Traders who don’t want to deal with this will opt-into these trading platforms run by accredited institutional investors.”

"There's clearly more risk in operating on less regulated and decentralized exchanges,” said McGill. “There may well be more lucrative opportunities as well, but there are all sorts of risks — including insider fraud — that a lot of traders want to avoid.”

By this estimation, bitcoin futures have brought the attention of regulators and that will inevitably alter the current space, whether making it more regulated or diversified remains to be seen.

"CME bitcoin futures acted as the canary in the coal mine. From a regulatory perspective, it will be interesting to see if some of the fast-and-loose trading techniques that were being deployed on the nascent cryptocurrency exchanges carry over to the more mature and tightly regulated markets operated by CME and ICE,” said McGill. “Certainly, you're going to get more players in the mix, and that alone will probably translate into more enforcement activity by CME and government regulators."

Weighing the risks of unregulated and decentralized exchanges draws back to the fundamental conflict that has been revolving around the cryptocurrency space since the Bitcoin white paper was first issued.

Will bitcoin remain truly decentralized or will the desire to hedge against risk lead the majority of traders to accredited and regulated institutions? For many who are invested in bitcoin, not just for profit, but also ideological reasons, the answer appears obvious. Yet whether these Bitcoiners are early adopters of a movement or no more than fringe factions will be decided by the market. It would appear that less regulated and decentralized exchanges still need to develop strategies to match the greater security legacy financial institutions are championing to bring to cryptocurrency.

"From a regulatory point of view, the idea of decentralized exchanges pose some interesting jurisdictional questions,” said McGill. “Ultimately, U.S. regulators tend to be less concerned about physical location and more focused on whether the activity interacts with and impacts U.S. commerce. I don't think the notion of decentralizing an exchange will translate to immunity from regulators, but it has the potential to create a lot of headaches for regulators."

Another factor in ICE and other legacy institutions hopping into bitcoin trading is an increase in the space’s technological innovation brought by increased competition.

"Now you're going to have the most sophisticated trading companies in the world trading in these products at an algorithmic level, which will substantially increase the volume of trading activity," said McGill.

“You’re going to get more players in the mix and probably many of those will have less regulatory experience and perhaps as a result more enforcement cases,” said Sauter.

On New Competition and Shorting

Though the involvement for big U.S.-based financial players will certainly affect the market, established cryptocurrency exchanges are optimistic about the future.

Tendai Musakwa, director of marketing at the Hong Kong–based cryptocurrency exchange, BTCC, believes that exchanges like BTCC “will remain the go-to cryptocurrency market for retail clients for the foreseeable future.”

“We specifically designed our USD exchange to be accessible, drawing on our seven years’ experience operating the longest-running bitcoin exchange to create an effortless crypto trading experience. “

Musakwa also pointed out that many legacy financial exchanges will have “high barriers of entry and inaccessible or confusing user interfaces.” Citing “real-person 24/7 customer support and deposit options such as credit cards,” he believes that cryptocurrency exchanges will continue to create value that institutional exchanges are unable to offer. “In addition, legacy fiat exchanges are geographically bound, while exchanges like BTCC offer customers worldwide easy access to BTC/USD trading.”

Added to this, Sauter attested that there are still many more regulatory hurdles for institutional exchanges — many of which have not yet been created. For instance, “even if an exchange is authorized, investment companies and broker dealers and issuers of ICOs must become accredited before they can move forward.”

The ICE has also indicated that plans for such a platform could dissolve at anytime based on the unregulated changes in cryptocurrency market. Another institutional player, CEO of Nasdaq Adena Friedman told CNBC that Nasdaq would be open for bitcoin trading when “people are ready for a more regulated market.”

“It’s going to be a more balanced marketplace going forward,” stated McGill. “It would be a shame that, in the process, a lot of what has drawn people into cryptocurrency could be lost in the shuffle due to new regulation.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Promoted: ASK.fm Tokenizes Q&A

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Ask.fm

ASK.fm is one of the largest question and answer social networks in the world. The company’s recent announcement of the sale of its utility token (ASKT) has left many people wondering why a company that has been around since 2010 would make such a dramatic shift. Now, it has become clear that the company sees an initial coin offering (ICO) as its opportunity to take a leap into the decentralized economy. ASK.fm plans to do this by tokenizing social interactions within its network.

Currently, ASK.fm has 215 million registered users in 168 countries facilitating 600 million questions per month. Known as ASK.fm 2.0, the company’s new blockchain-centric iteration will feature tokenized incentives for users. Influencers will have the opportunity to earn direct rewards for content, in this case, the responses they create. By increasing network activity through an incentivized token, ASK.fm expects to dramatically raise the level of knowledge and expertise on the network.

Once the tokens are implemented into the ecosystem, users who possess them will have the opportunity to participate in a worldwide movement to capitalize intellect.

Here’s how the process will work: Any ASKT holder will be able to pose a question, bidding a certain number of tokens. Those being asked can either choose to answer or decline the question. . The accuracy of responses will be verified by independent moderators.

Each participant benefits from either asking catalytic questions or giving valuable answers. In other words, users benefit from the content they create under the ASK.fm theme, “Your Answer Is Your Asset.”

“We are employing a robust blockchain-based Q&A platform that introduces a new cryptocurrency token,” said ASK.fm 2.0’s CEO, Max Tsaryk. “Our intent in doing this is out of conceptual necessity, not on a whim. Blockchain [technology] enables a more democratic means of economic self-regulation driven by market laws and systems.”

A Tokenized Model For Q&A

The unrelenting evolution of online social media platforms — from Friendster and MySpace to Facebook and Twitter — advancing to integrating tokenized incentives appears likely. In the case of ASK.fm 2.0, tokenizing social interactions is seen as a remarkably new and creative way to build on top of its original value proposition and user base.

ASK.fm currently owns two registered business entities in Ireland and Latvia , a trove of trademarks and other intellectual properties. It intends to boost its presence through tokenization while maintaining a good standing with relevant regulatory bodies.

At present, ASK.fm is conducting a private sale while the details of the presale and public sale are still being worked out. Reportedly, 50 percent of a total 2 billion tokens will be offered to investors and potential users during the token sale at an introductory price of 0.1 USD per  ASKT.

The release schedule and the distribution of rules are forthcoming. Funds raised by investors in the private sale, presale and upcoming public token sale will be used to develop and nurture the new platform.

Tsaryk and members of the ASK.fm team believe that the implications of this tokenization effort could be monumental. In its infancy stage, the project is being led by a team of U.K. lawyers, directors and advisors in collaboration with highly regarded blockchain developers from Ukraine. Tied to this are plans on the part of ASK.fm 2.0 to curate a new open online course network employing a gamification-based learning model.

Accordingly, the blockchain is seen as a way to untether ASK.fm from an advertising-centric revenue model. This new model will allow the company to ignite a more expansive community with higher quality responses and increased openness.

“We believe that blockchain technology can boost access to knowledge and how it is assessed through a tokenized social media community where people are incentivized to deliver thoughtful and in-demand responses,” added Tsaryk. “Through this process, the network’s expertise gains intrinsic value and becomes a foundational piece for a new economy.”

In anticipation of the launching of the new platform  later this year, Tsaryk concluded, “Once fully launched, it will provide a unique experience for global experts, professionals and opinion leaders excited about the opportunity to monetize themselves and be a part of a growing community of users.”

This promoted article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

‘Decent Probability’ Bitcoin Price Goes to Zero: Vanguard Economist

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

An economist at one of the world’s largest asset managers believes there is a “decent probability” that the bitcoin price will eventually crash to zero. Joe Davis, the chief economist for $5.1 trillion asset manager Vanguard, wrote in an ETF.com op-ed that although the firm is enthusiastic about blockchain technology in general, it does not

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Drugs, naked dancers, and more at New York's blockchain week

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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"If I offer you coke, do you promise not to write about it?" was just one of the wild anecdotes our reporter witnessed at a cryptocurrency party in New York last week. Crypto investors flooded the city for Consensus, one of the largest crypto conferences, and other events throughout the city. Read her full dispatch from the drugs and naked dancer-filled party here.

Here are the current crypto prices:

Crypto price today

In the news:

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Drugs, naked dancers, and more at New York's blockchain week

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Welcome to Crypto Insider, Business Insider's roundup of all the bitcoin and cryptocurrency news you need to know today. Sign up here to get this email delivered direct to your inbox.

"If I offer you coke, do you promise not to write about it?" was just one of the wild anecdotes our reporter witnessed at a cryptocurrency party in New York last week. Crypto investors flooded the city for Consensus, one of the largest crypto conferences, and other events throughout the city. Read her full dispatch from the drugs and naked dancer-filled party here.

Here are the current crypto prices:

Crypto price today

In the news:

New to Crypto Insider? Business Insider has a ton of articles to get you caught up to speed, including:

What other questions do you have about crypto? Ask them in Business Insider's Crypto Insider Facebook group today to discuss with readers from all over the world, as well as BI editorial staff.

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NOW WATCH: Jeff Bezos reveals what it's like to build an empire and become the richest man in the world — and why he's willing to spend $1 billion a year to fund the most important mission of his life

CRYPTO INSIDER: Drugs, naked dancers, and more at New York's blockchain week

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Welcome to Crypto Insider, Business Insider's roundup of all the bitcoin and cryptocurrency news you need to know today. Sign up here to get this email delivered direct to your inbox.

"If I offer you coke, do you promise not to write about it?" was just one of the wild anecdotes our reporter witnessed at a cryptocurrency party in New York last week. Crypto investors flooded the city for Consensus, one of the largest crypto conferences, and other events throughout the city. Read her full dispatch from the drugs and naked dancer-filled party here.

Here are the current crypto prices:

Crypto price today

In the news:

New to Crypto Insider? Business Insider has a ton of articles to get you caught up to speed, including:

What other questions do you have about crypto? Ask them in Business Insider's Crypto Insider Facebook group today to discuss with readers from all over the world, as well as BI editorial staff.

SEE ALSO: The SEC created a satirical cryptocurrency site called HoweyCoins to warn investors about ICO scams

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NOW WATCH: Jeff Bezos reveals what it's like to build an empire and become the richest man in the world — and why he's willing to spend $1 billion a year to fund the most important mission of his life

CRYPTO INSIDER: Drugs, naked dancers, and more at New York's blockchain week

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Welcome to Crypto Insider, Business Insider's roundup of all the bitcoin and cryptocurrency news you need to know today. Sign up here to get this email delivered direct to your inbox.

"If I offer you coke, do you promise not to write about it?" was just one of the wild anecdotes our reporter witnessed at a cryptocurrency party in New York last week. Crypto investors flooded the city for Consensus, one of the largest crypto conferences, and other events throughout the city. Read her full dispatch from the drugs and naked dancer-filled party here.

Here are the current crypto prices:

Crypto price today

In the news:

New to Crypto Insider? Business Insider has a ton of articles to get you caught up to speed, including:

What other questions do you have about crypto? Ask them in Business Insider's Crypto Insider Facebook group today to discuss with readers from all over the world, as well as BI editorial staff.

SEE ALSO: The SEC created a satirical cryptocurrency site called HoweyCoins to warn investors about ICO scams

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Bitcoin Took a Hit Last Week But These Cryptos Fared Worse

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin fell to one-month lows below $8,000 last week, but the lesser-known zilliqa token topped the list of losers.

$25,000 in 2018: Bitcoin Bull Tom Lee Sticks to Strong Forecast Despite Failed Prediction

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Widely followed cryptocurrency analyst Thomas Lee’s short-term market forecast may not have materialized, but he’s sticking with his bullish long-term prediction despite the setback. If anything, Fundstrat Global Advisors’ Lee is digging in his heels even further, reportedly reiterating his forecast for a $25,000 BTC price by year-end. What Happened Lee placed a great deal of stock

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Bitcoin Miner Maker Canaan Files for Hong Kong IPO

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

China-based Canaan Creative, one of the largest bitcoin mining hardware makers, has filed for an IPO in Hong Kong.

Startup Teams Samourai Wallet on App to Trade Bitcoin Without the Internet

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

GoTenna, a decentralized startup, has teamed with Samourai Wallet, a bitcoin wallet focused on privacy and security, on an app that allows users to trade bitcoin when not connected to the web. The TxTenna app marks an effort to further decentralize the bitcoin network, according to Richard Myers, a goTenna decentralized applications engineer and co-founder

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A UK trading platform is launching a crypto exchange pitched at banks and hedge funds

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

LMAX Exchange_CEO_David Mercer

  • LMAX Exchange, which operates a foreign exchange trading venue, is launching a cryptocurrency exchange.
  • The exchange is pitched at institutional investors and LMAX said it is a response to client demand.
  • Banks and hedge funds will be able to buy and sell bitcoin, ether, litecoin, ripple, and bitcoin cash.


LONDON — UK foreign exchange trading venue LMAX Exchange is launching a cryptocurrency exchange for institutional investors.

LMAX said it developed the new "LMAX Digital" venue at the request of clients who wanted access to cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ether. Clients will be able to trade bitcoin, ether, litecoin, ripple, and bitcoin cash on the exchange, which will operate 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

David Mercer, CEO of LMAX Exchange, said in a statement: "We are furthering the legitimisation of the crypto currency market by offering institutions a platform on which to acquire, trade and hold crypto currencies securely with high quality, deep liquidity."

The crew aboard the LMAX Exchange Clipper racing yacht celebrate with a flare as they sail along the River Thames before finishing at St Katharine Docks on July 30, 2016 in London, England. The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race comes to an end today with competitors from over 40 different countries finishing in St Katharine Docks in east London after visiting 14 ports on six continents and travelling 40,000 miles. Two members of the IchorCoal crew, Andrew Ashman and Sarah Young died in separate incidents in what is the world's longest ocean race. (Photo by )LMAX will offer cryptocurrency custodian services to clients who trade on its exchange, solving one of the major problems that have prevented institutional investors from dabbling in cryptocurrencies.

Banks and hedge funds have been reluctant to buy these new assets given the difficulties in holding and securing them.

LMAX Exchange was launched in 2010 as a multilateral trading venue for foreign exchange and has transacted over $10 trillion of fiat currency since launch.

Mercer said: "We've applied everything we’ve learned in the institutional FX market to LMAX Digital, to create a fundamentally improved, secure digital exchange based on our proven trading technology, market-leading liquidity and transparent and precise execution."

The launch of LMAX Digital comes just days after JPMorgan created a new position of head of crypto strategy and weeks after Goldman Sachs signalled its intention to begin trading bitcoin-linked products. Crypto hedge funds have also been springing up, with an estimated 167 launched in 2017 according to research firm Autonomous Next.

Crypto hedge funds have largely relied on "over the counter" market makers to purchase cryptocurrencies rather than transparent and centralized exchanges. This is because most of the crypto exchanges globally cannot handle the order sizes required without big changes in price. Startups such as B2C2, Circle, and Coinbase have emerged as leading over the counter brokers for institutions, but the sums involved remain small compared to other asset classes.

Mercer said: "The rise of institutional trading of cryptocurrencies will be a game-changer for the industry. We believe our new exchange will support the transformation of the crypto market from the fringes to the mainstream.

"Digital currencies are, without a doubt, coming of age. Exchanges will play a crucial role in bringing the major cryptocurrencies into wider circulation, helping them to become accepted into conventional funds which in turn will help to support a normalisation of value."

LMAX Digital will be run out of London initially but Mercer said that the company's data centre infrastructure will soon be replicated in New York and Tokyo to support clients in those markets.

SEE ALSO: Bitcoin pops after report Goldman Sachs will start trading products linked to crypto

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A UK trading platform is launching a crypto exchange pitched at banks and hedge funds

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

LMAX Exchange_CEO_David Mercer

  • LMAX Exchange, which operates a foreign exchange trading venue, is launching a cryptocurrency exchange.
  • The exchange is pitched at institutional investors and LMAX said it is a response to client demand.
  • Banks and hedge funds will be able to buy and sell bitcoin, ether, litecoin, ripple, and bitcoin cash.


LONDON — UK foreign exchange trading venue LMAX Exchange is launching a cryptocurrency exchange for institutional investors.

LMAX said it developed the new "LMAX Digital" venue at the request of clients who wanted access to cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ether. Clients will be able to trade bitcoin, ether, litecoin, ripple, and bitcoin cash on the exchange, which will operate 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

David Mercer, CEO of LMAX Exchange, said in a statement: "We are furthering the legitimisation of the crypto currency market by offering institutions a platform on which to acquire, trade and hold crypto currencies securely with high quality, deep liquidity."

The crew aboard the LMAX Exchange Clipper racing yacht celebrate with a flare as they sail along the River Thames before finishing at St Katharine Docks on July 30, 2016 in London, England. The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race comes to an end today with competitors from over 40 different countries finishing in St Katharine Docks in east London after visiting 14 ports on six continents and travelling 40,000 miles. Two members of the IchorCoal crew, Andrew Ashman and Sarah Young died in separate incidents in what is the world's longest ocean race. (Photo by )LMAX will offer cryptocurrency custodian services to clients who trade on its exchange, solving one of the major problems that have prevented institutional investors from dabbling in cryptocurrencies.

Banks and hedge funds have been reluctant to buy these new assets given the difficulties in holding and securing them.

LMAX Exchange was launched in 2010 as a multilateral trading venue for foreign exchange and has transacted over $10 trillion of fiat currency since launch.

Mercer said: "We've applied everything we’ve learned in the institutional FX market to LMAX Digital, to create a fundamentally improved, secure digital exchange based on our proven trading technology, market-leading liquidity and transparent and precise execution."

The launch of LMAX Digital comes just days after JPMorgan created a new position of head of crypto strategy and weeks after Goldman Sachs signalled its intention to begin trading bitcoin-linked products. Crypto hedge funds have also been springing up, with an estimated 167 launched in 2017 according to research firm Autonomous Next.

Crypto hedge funds have largely relied on "over the counter" market makers to purchase cryptocurrencies rather than transparent and centralized exchanges. This is because most of the crypto exchanges globally cannot handle the order sizes required without big changes in price. Startups such as B2C2, Circle, and Coinbase have emerged as leading over the counter brokers for institutions, but the sums involved remain small compared to other asset classes.

Mercer said: "The rise of institutional trading of cryptocurrencies will be a game-changer for the industry. We believe our new exchange will support the transformation of the crypto market from the fringes to the mainstream.

"Digital currencies are, without a doubt, coming of age. Exchanges will play a crucial role in bringing the major cryptocurrencies into wider circulation, helping them to become accepted into conventional funds which in turn will help to support a normalisation of value."

LMAX Digital will be run out of London initially but Mercer said that the company's data centre infrastructure will soon be replicated in New York and Tokyo to support clients in those markets.

SEE ALSO: Bitcoin pops after report Goldman Sachs will start trading products linked to crypto

DON'T MISS: JPMorgan has asked a 29-year-old highflier to draw up a cryptocurrency strategy

Join the conversation about this story »

NOW WATCH: Here’s what is keeping stocks from completely crashing with the 10-year above 3%

A UK trading platform is launching a crypto exchange pitched at banks and hedge funds

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

LMAX Exchange_CEO_David Mercer

  • LMAX Exchange, which operates a foreign exchange trading venue, is launching a cryptocurrency exchange.
  • The exchange is pitched at institutional investors and LMAX said it is a response to client demand.
  • Banks and hedge funds will be able to buy and sell bitcoin, ether, litecoin, ripple, and bitcoin cash.


LONDON — UK foreign exchange trading venue LMAX Exchange is launching a cryptocurrency exchange for institutional investors.

LMAX said it developed the new "LMAX Digital" venue at the request of clients who wanted access to cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ether. Clients will be able to trade bitcoin, ether, litecoin, ripple, and bitcoin cash on the exchange, which will operate 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

David Mercer, CEO of LMAX Exchange, said in a statement: "We are furthering the legitimisation of the crypto currency market by offering institutions a platform on which to acquire, trade and hold crypto currencies securely with high quality, deep liquidity."

The crew aboard the LMAX Exchange Clipper racing yacht celebrate with a flare as they sail along the River Thames before finishing at St Katharine Docks on July 30, 2016 in London, England. The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race comes to an end today with competitors from over 40 different countries finishing in St Katharine Docks in east London after visiting 14 ports on six continents and travelling 40,000 miles. Two members of the IchorCoal crew, Andrew Ashman and Sarah Young died in separate incidents in what is the world's longest ocean race. (Photo by )LMAX will offer cryptocurrency custodian services to clients who trade on its exchange, solving one of the major problems that have prevented institutional investors from dabbling in cryptocurrencies.

Banks and hedge funds have been reluctant to buy these new assets given the difficulties in holding and securing them.

LMAX Exchange was launched in 2010 as a multilateral trading venue for foreign exchange and has transacted over $10 trillion of fiat currency since launch.

Mercer said: "We've applied everything we’ve learned in the institutional FX market to LMAX Digital, to create a fundamentally improved, secure digital exchange based on our proven trading technology, market-leading liquidity and transparent and precise execution."

The launch of LMAX Digital comes just days after JPMorgan created a new position of head of crypto strategy and weeks after Goldman Sachs signalled its intention to begin trading bitcoin-linked products. Crypto hedge funds have also been springing up, with an estimated 167 launched in 2017 according to research firm Autonomous Next.

Crypto hedge funds have largely relied on "over the counter" market makers to purchase cryptocurrencies rather than transparent and centralized exchanges. This is because most of the crypto exchanges globally cannot handle the order sizes required without big changes in price. Startups such as B2C2, Circle, and Coinbase have emerged as leading over the counter brokers for institutions, but the sums involved remain small compared to other asset classes.

Mercer said: "The rise of institutional trading of cryptocurrencies will be a game-changer for the industry. We believe our new exchange will support the transformation of the crypto market from the fringes to the mainstream.

"Digital currencies are, without a doubt, coming of age. Exchanges will play a crucial role in bringing the major cryptocurrencies into wider circulation, helping them to become accepted into conventional funds which in turn will help to support a normalisation of value."

LMAX Digital will be run out of London initially but Mercer said that the company's data centre infrastructure will soon be replicated in New York and Tokyo to support clients in those markets.

SEE ALSO: Bitcoin pops after report Goldman Sachs will start trading products linked to crypto

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NOW WATCH: Here’s what is keeping stocks from completely crashing with the 10-year above 3%

Bitcoin Is Back Above $8,500 But Does the Rally Have Legs?

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin has bounced back above $8,500, but the rally is not backed by decent trading volumes, the technical charts indicate.

Bitcoin Price Back at $8,500: Cryptocurrency Market Rebounds After Poor Week

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

On previous reports, CCN noted that the $8,200 resistance level is an important threshold to observe given that a drop below the $8,200 mark could lead the bitcoin price back to the $7,900 region. Over the past 24 hours, the cryptocurrency market has rebounded as the bitcoin price reached $8,500 and tokens such as Tron

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