Browsing the "OKEx" Tag

OKEx Launches No-Expiry Bitcoin Derivative Product

| Yogita Khatri

Crypto exchange OKEx has launched a new bitcoin derivative product called a "perpetual swap," that lets traders hold positions indefinitely.

OKEx Blasts ‘Defamatory’ Allegations Amid BCH Futures Settlement Furor

| Yogita Khatri

OKEx has pushed back against allegations made by a trading firm over its forced settlement of bitcoin cash futures contracts last week.

Traders Claim Losses After OKEx Suddenly Settles Bitcoin Cash Contracts

| Yogita Khatri

Traders have reportedly incurred losses after OKEx settled bitcoin cash futures contracts with little warning ahead of last week's hard fork.

Crypto Exchange OKEx Lists 4 New Stablecoins

| Daniel Palmer

Malta-based cryptocurrency exchange OKEx has announced that it is listing four U.S. dollar-pegged cryptocurrencies for trading.

OKEx Confirms $9 Million Clawback After ‘Enormous’ Bitcoin Future Fails

| Wolfie Zhao

After a user made an "enormous" gamble on bitcoin futures, and lost, OKEx said it is having to claw back millions from other traders.

Malta Stock Exchange Inks Deals to Build Security Token Exchanges

| Daniel Palmer

A new arm of the Malta Stock Exchange is partnering with Neufund to launch a stock exchange for tokenized securities and crypto assets.

Another Crypto Exchange Is Rolling Out a Token-based ETF

| Wolfie Zhao

Hong Kong-based OKEx has launched a cryptocurrency exchange-traded fund, following a similar move by rival trading platform Huobi Pro.

Former OKEx Chief Joins Rival Cryptocurrency Exchange Huobi

| Wolfie Zhao

The former chief executive of Hong Kong-based crypto exchange OKEx has said he is joining rival platform Huobi just a week after his resignation.

Bitcoin Futures Trading Questioned By Chinese National Media

| Wolfie Zhao

China National Radio, a high-level mouthpiece of the government, has claimed OKEx illegally offered bitcoin futures and OTC trading.

Crypto Exchanges Pause Services Over Contract Bugs

| Nikhilesh De

A pair recently-published bugs allow an attacker to create an inordinate number of ERC-20 tokens