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Coinbase Launches First Crypto Derivatives Product Aimed at Retail Traders
Coinbase Derivatives Exchange hopes to capitalize on a market that is $3 trillion in volume worldwide and provide hedging options for traders.
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FTX US Daily Trading Volume Soared 512% in Q3
The crypto derivatives exchange recorded an average daily volume of $360 million for the quarter.
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Y Combinator, Pantera Back $3M Investment in New Crypto Derivatives Exchange
Globe announced a $3 million funding round from the likes of Pantera Capital, Y Combinator, Tim Draper and others.
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Revamped Crypto Derivatives Exchange Qume Set to Fly in Wake of BitMEX Woes
The timing couldn’t be better for regulation-focused trading platform Qume, which unveils a revamped set of services Monday.
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New Crypto Derivatives Let You Bet on (or Against) Tether's Solvency
Credit default swaps (of “The Big Short” infamy) have come to the Ethereum blockchain. Opium Exchange says they can help crypto investors manage risk.
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Crypto Derivative Volumes Hit Record $602B in May: Report
A flurry of activity around the bitcoin halving led to crypto derivatives volumes in May gaining key market share against spot volumes.
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Dutch Derivatives Exchange Deribit to Move to Crypto-Friendly Panama
Deribit will operate out of Panama starting Feb. 10, citing the Netherlands’ presumed adoption of “very strict” anti-money laundering (AML) regulations.
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Art Haus Ethereum Meets Bitcoin Financialization
NLW discusses two ends of the crypto spectrum: the emergence of bitcoin derivatives as a key 2019 trend vs. a new bonding-curve powered fashion DAO
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Ex-Morgan Stanley Executives Launch Crypto Derivatives Platform in Singapore
A team of Morgan Stanley veterans have launched a crypto derivatives trading platform, claiming it is faster and more secure than some of the market’s biggest players.
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Singapore Proposes Allowing Bitcoin, Ether Derivatives Trading on Approved Exchanges
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the city-state's de facto central bank, may soon allow cryptocurrency-based derivatives to be traded on regulated platforms.
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