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A New Exchange Launches, Letting Institutions Custody Their Own Crypto

| Anna Baydakova

LGO Markets, a new crypto exchange for institutional investors with an unusual approach to custody, will launch spot trading on March 11.

floppy disks, retro

The End of the First Crypto Decade

| Massimo Morini

Investments veteran Massimo Morini believes the end of 2018 is not the end of a year, but a decade, that changed the world of finance.

Institutional Crypto and a New Generation of Wall Street Leaders

| Donna Redel

The crypto space is shifting rapidly with new innovations – but the industry still faces a number of urgent questions, says angel investor Donna…

The Intrinsic Value of Crypto (What the Bubble Hasn’t Changed)

| Hu Liang

The crypto bubble hasn't altered the intrinsic value of crypto assets – but it should change our outlook on how they will evolve.

Panic Mode? What a Wall Street Chart Tells Us About Bitcoin’s Price

| Sebastian Sinclair, Sam Ouimet and Omkar Godbole

Hope, euphoria or panic? What the “Wall Street Cheat Sheet” can tell us about the current state of the bitcoin market.

Gemini Taps Wall Street Exec to Attract Institutional Crypto Investors

| Wolfie Zhao

Cryptocurrency exchange Gemini has hired an executive from a Nasdaq company as it seeks to attract more institutional clients.

bitcoin, dollars

Bernstein: No, Crypto Markets Aren’t Like the Dot-Com Bubble

| Nikhilesh De

Cryptocurrency and blockchain developers are building "parallel financial networks," according to a new report by Alliance Bernstein.

Bitcoin Is ‘Not For Me’ Says Goldman Sachs CEO

| Muyao Shen

For Lloyd Blankfein, bitcoin just isn't his thing, according to new comments made Tuesday.

BitGo Courts Wall Street With New Bitcoin Custody Products

| Pete Rizzo

Following its acquisition of a qualified custodian, BitGo is unveiling a new product suite Sunday designed to appeal to institutional investors.

calculator, numbers

NY Wealth Manager to Issue Loans Against Bitcoin

| Brady Dale

New York family office Dominion Capital is launching a product for a new breed of consumer that's "crypto rich" but low on cash.