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Business 12 August 2019
BSV contracts going live on Huobi’s derivative market
Huobi exchange has announced that it will add a BSV contract to its derivatives platform. It will be introduced with one US dollar per point.
Business 6 August 2019
July was the worst month ever for BitMEX
BitMEX was the worst month in the organization’s history, as the platform dropped more than $500,000 in the span of 31 days.
Business 3 July 2019
UK regulators could pull the plug on crypto CFDs
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the UK is considering a ban on the sale of cryptocurrency derivatives, such as contract for difference (CFD) investment products.
Business 21 March 2019
Caspian launches crypto derivative trading
Caspian, a trading and portfolio management platform backed by Galaxy Capital, is starting trade in cryptocurrency derivatives.
Business 22 November 2018
UK’s FCA may ban sale of crypto derivatives
The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is reportedly considering a ban on crypto contracts-for-difference (CFD) that could be offered to retail investors, which could ultimately be a game-changer for the industry.
Business 30 October 2018
UK mulls ban on crypto derivatives
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will be holding consultations on a “potential prohibition” of cryptocurrency-based derivatives.
Business 3 August 2018
Japan’s SBI eyes crypto derivatives platform with US investment
SBI Crypto Investment, a unit of Japanese financial services group SBI Holdings, has acquired a 12 percent stake in a U.S.-based electronic trading platform and operator Clear Markets, which offers over-the counter derivatives electronic trading services in the United States, United Kingdom and Japan.
Business 24 May 2018
CFTC issues guidelines for cryptocurrency derivatives listing
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission has published an intriguing advisory for clearing houses and exchanges about assessing as well as listing cryptocurrency derivatives products.
Business 27 April 2018
Financial watchdog confirms crypto derivatives’ regulatory status in UK
The latest statement from the Financial Conduct Authority specifies that cryptocurrency derivatives, under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II, can be defined as financial instruments.
Business 9 April 2018
UK issues guidelines for cryptocurrency derivatives
The Financial Conduct Authority announced that cryptocurrency derivatives, such as futures, opts or contracts for difference (CFD), fall under the UK’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II.