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Crypto Exchange Huobi Partners with Five Firms to Launch Trading Platforms

The third largest cryptocurrency exchange on the planet has partnered with five firms to help them launch their own trading platforms. The Huobi Group will provide the framework for the new exchanges using the recently launched Huobi Cloud. Bear Market Can’t Stifle Interest in Growing Crypto Infrastructure The popular Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange Huobi has announced...The post Crypto Exchange Huobi Partners with Five Firms to Launch Trading Platforms appeared first on NewsBTC.

U.S. Investors Can Now Buy a Bitcoin Exchange-Traded Note

American investors can now invest in bitcoin Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) through an Exchange-Traded Note (ETN) called Bitcoin Tracker One on the Nasdaq Stockholm Exchange in Sweden, per a Bloomberg report.The product, which started trading in 2015, is currently available to American investors despite being listed and regulated under Swedish law after being listed in U.S. Dollars for the first time on Wednesday, August 15, 2018.Crypto ETF Through the Back Door?For several months, investors have eagerly awaited approval from the SEC and CFTC to trade ETF products proposed by CBOE Global Markets, the Winklevoss Twins, SolidX Partners and VanEck Associates, among others. Each of these proposals has either been refused out of hand or delayed to a future date for a concrete decision. Crypto ETFs potentially allow investors to trade crypto without holding crypto assets because they are cash settled. For potential crypto investors who do not want to actually buy crypto assets, the regulatory delay in the U.S. has effectively prevented them from getting into the market.Until now, investors could only buy into the Swedish ETN product using Euros or Swedish Kora, but, with the listing of Bitcoin Tracker One in U.S. Dollars, a substantial upsurge of interest in the product is expected to take place as American investment jostles to get a seat at the table.ETN as an ETF AlternativeAn exchange-traded note differs fro...

Regulations Roundup: This Fall May Bring More Crypto-Friendly Jurisdictions

August is not the best period for important decisions but it seems a good time to sketch plans for the second active half of the year. Authorities in several countries have shared their intentions regarding the regulation and oversight of the crypto space. The club of crypto-friendly jurisdictions may accept new members this fall. Others […]The post Regulations Roundup: This Fall May Bring More Crypto-Friendly Jurisdictions appeared first on Bitcoin News.

Ripple ‘Isn’t Really A Blockchain’ – Ethereum Co-Founder Downplays XRP, EOS

ConsenSys found and Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin told mainstream media that Ripple “isn’t a Blockchain technology” August 14, confirming it “isn’t a competitor” for Ethereum. Lubin: Ripple ‘Isn’t Really A Blockchain’ Speaking to Bloomberg about the current state of the cryptocurrency market and Ethereum development, Lubin delivered an interesting take on two of the industry’s biggest names. Asked about what would happen if “other protocols which trade speed or decentrazliation for security” gain favor inRead MoreThe post Ripple ‘Isn’t Really A Blockchain’ – Ethereum Co-Founder Downplays XRP, EOS appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.

NAGA Founder Ben Bilski Interacts with NAGA Community and Investors in Latest Q&A

The NAGA Group has made a lot of headlines in the past few months following the release of a range of products, all geared towards bolstering the NAGA Ecosystem. The NAGA team has come a long way, especially when you consider that this is a listed company that has been around for less than 3...The post NAGA Founder Ben Bilski Interacts with NAGA Community and Investors in Latest Q&A appeared first on NewsBTC.