Omniex (a technology developer) has joined hands with IPC Systems (a trading communications solutions provider) with aim to amplify its clients crypto-asset exchange services. Bob Santella, CEO of IPC Systems, said: “Through our Connexus extranet ecosystem, the Omniex platform can provide secure, intelligent channel for cryptocurrency trading for its financial community,”
The president of the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), Pakorn Peetathawatchai has unveiled its plans to launch a cryptocurrency trading platform by 2020. He has also predicted that the ‘digital era’ will embark on a march already this year. For time being, SET is reportedly focusing on implementing a 3-year strategic development plan to establish a common digital market.
Arbolet, a Czech-based internet platform via which users can stream movies, do online shopping, make money, communicate with people and invest in cryptocurrency have now launched its English localization. Its founders envision platform will replace banks from the financial system. Its unique environment comes from internal internet without any form of restriction or censorship.
The BitMEX (Bitcoin Mercantile Exchange) was reportedly hit by a technical snag. The exchange revealed, “We have been experiencing WebSocket issues. We have since resolved this issue and continue to monitor on our side.” Reportedly, the services are back to normalcy. The exchange claimed that the DdoS and price action imposed a heavy load on data mirrors.
Quoine has launched Liquid, a crypto one-stop trading portal. It enables users to access the worldwide network of crypto exchanges. The Liquid would also introduce Wolrd Book Technology that aggregate trade options and price supported by various exchanges and enables users to place orders. It is expected to bridge the gap between traditional finance and token economy.
Three local cryptocurrency platforms operating in Colorado namely Bionic Coin, GLPN Coin and CryptoARB has been given cease and desist order from the Colorado Authorities for not following the proper registration process. The cryptocurrency platform has allegedly begun promoting their initial coin offering (ICOs) before registering to the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA).
The Ocean, decentralized Ethereum, and ERC20 token trading platform, went live. The platform currently offers eleven token pairs for trade. The platform also enables fiat to crypto conversion through TrueUSD. The CEO of the Ocean (former Goldman Sachs VP), John Piotrowski disclosed, “We have taken the approach to build a properly regulated, high performance, institutional grade platform.”
The first hybrid crypto trading platform, Blockchain Board of Derivatives (BBOD) has been launched in association with GMEX Fusion Technology Suite. The BBOD offers Ethereum-dollar perpetual, Ethereum-dollar futures, Bitcoin-Ethereum futures, and Ripple-Ethereum futures. Reportedly, the native BBD tokens let the traders save up to 20% fees. The traders are also allowed to have control over their funds.
Huobi has announced its newly-established collaboration with five firms to establish their own trading platforms. The five firms involved are Yatai International Holding Group, Vnesheconombank, Chi Fu Group, Asia International Finance Holdings, and Dbank Group which aims to develop the exchanges in the Asia region such as in the Philippines, Taiwan, Indonesia and Canada.
The Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) has entered into a MoU with a blockchain company called Blockstation. Their association is to support the JSE establish a new digital assets trading platform. The Managing Director of the JSE, Marlene Street Forrest expressed, “We are excited to implement this service with our clients, satisfying considerable investor interest in digital assets.”