Fidelity Digital Assets to Sign Up Its First Crypto Exchange by End of the Year
Fidelity Digital Assets expects to sign its first crypto exchange partner by year-end, giving clients access to a broader pool of liquidity.
Chinese police are stepping up efforts in cracking down on illegal economic activities, which now leads to crypto over-the-counter (OTC) traders being detained to assist investigations.
As cryptocurrency markets crashed hard in March, bid-ask spreads on major exchanges widened dramatically, according to a report by market maker B2C2.
The U.S. sanctions on financial institutions in Hong Kong could put the city’s growing crypto brokerage businesses in jeopardy.
Cryptocurrency traders are contending with volatile markets due to the coronavirus).
B2C2, a London-based over-the-counter (OTC) market maker, is sharing its data and allowing transactions on the Los Angeles-based exchange aggregator SFOX.