Nasdaq Believes Publicly-Traded Long Blockchain Misled Investors
Long Blockchain is appealing a delisting decision from Nasdaq which, according to a letter, believes the publicly-traded company misled its investors.
A group of industry stakeholders is trialing a blockchain system designed to more efficiently cover margin calls in securities trading.
Gemini plans to monitor its exchange for potential illicit activities using Nasdaq's SMARTS Market Surveillance technology.
Nasdaq is said to be beta testing new cryptocurrency analysis tools geared toward institutional investors.
The CEO of Nasdaq suggested Wednesday that the company could open a cryptocurrency exchange in the future.
Shares of the beverage manufacturer that pivoted to cryptocurrency will no longer trade on the Nasdaq, beginning Thursday.