Gemini Exchange hired NYSE executive Robert Cornish to lead the exchanges's technology initiatives, as well as oversee the deployment of NASDAQ’s SMARTS Market Surveillance technology.
As the new age of exit scams or “exit hacks” remains unruly, both regulators and crypto experts are expressing concern over the lack of accountability in the space—making it a breeding ground for opportunistic actors.
The first implementation of Nasdaq’s matching engine and infrastructure for cryptocurrencies, called DX, will be launched in June.
New York Stock Exchange, the world’s largest stock exchange platform, is actively looking into starting a full-fledged cryptocurrency exchange.
Cryptocurrency exchange Gemini will be using Nasdaq's SMARTS Market Surveillance technology for monitoring the marketplace.
Nasdaq “would consider” launching or even becoming a cryptocurrency exchange in future, according to CEO Adena Friedman.
Riot Blockchain is being called to the carpet after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) sent a subpoena, warning Riot that it is facing possible removal from NASDAQ for not adhering to policies.