The CME Group is launching two previously announced bitcoin price indexes next month.
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Also participating in the round is Playfair Capital, String Ventures, hedge fund veteran Lee Robinson and Digital Currency Group, the parent company of CoinDesk.
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In February 2015, Schlaefer – a former Goldman Sachs trader – launched his own bitcoin derivatives market, Crypto Facilities, authorized and regulated by UK regulatory body, the Financial Conduct Auth... Read More
Two London-based bitcoin startups have unveiled a new system that "ring-fences" customer funds from other operations.
As part of the set up, derivatives trading platform Crypto Facilities will cont... Read More
A new bitcoin derivatives trading platform called Crypto Facilities has launched in London, backed by a pair of co-founders with longtime experience in the City's traditional financial markets.
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California Bans Bitcoin Donations in Political Campaigns
Candidates running for public offices in the U.S. state of California may not receive donations in cryptocurrencies, according to a new ruling from the state's political watchdog.
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SEC’s ETF Notice Strengthens Bitcoin Market Position
Most recent notifications by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) about crypto-based ETFs had negative effects on the market. However, its latest notice in which the SEC turned the table to
Singapore Central Banker: No Securities Crypto Token Approved To Date
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the city state's de-facto central bank, highlighted in interview today that no tokens representing securities have been approved to date.
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Crypto Exchange Zaif Hacked In $60 Million Bitcoin Theft
Yet another Japan-based cryptocurrency exchange has been hacked, losing a 6.7 billion yen (about $60 million worth of cryptocurrency), including 5,966 bitcoins.
The licensed exchange, called Zaif,