Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) daily average bitcoin futures trading up to $ 370 million

As CME Group Managing Director Tim McCourt noted, the activity of traders has increased significantly compared to August last year. “Since the …

The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) reported record daily trading volume of bitcoin futures in 2019, indicating a renewed interest in the first cryptocurrency from investors, according to Forbes.

As CME Group Managing Director Tim McCourt noted, the activity of traders has increased significantly compared to August last year.

“Since the beginning of the year, an average of 7,237 bitcoin futures contracts have been signed daily, up 132% on the same period last year,” he said.

The average daily trading volumes of bitcoin futures at the same time amounted to $370 million.

“This is a great time for both bitcoin futures and cryptocurrency assets in general. Investor interest in cryptocurrency is high, and interest in the wider use of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology is also growing. It will be interesting to see how this new market will continue to grow,” McCourt said.

According to him, the CME Group’s main focus is on the educational aspect and providing customers with the tools that they may need to make informed strategic decisions.

Returning to the figures, Tim McCourt recalled that May 2019 was the most successful month for the bitcoin futures market on the CME in the history of the instrument. At that time, an average of 13,600 contracts per day was awarded, which corresponded to a nominal amount of $515 million or 68,000 BTC.

The absolute record was recorded on May 13, when 33,677 contracts totaling 168,000 BTC ($1.3 billion) were signed.

“Our role is to help market participants manage risk regardless of whether the price of bitcoin goes up or down. At the moment, CME Group is pleased with the growth of bitcoin futures,” McCourt added.

Recall, in September it is expected to launch trading bitcoin futures on the Bakkt platform, contracts for which, unlike CME, will be with the physical supply of the asset.

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Crypto exchange Gemini has joined payments platform Silvergate Exchange Network (SEN), according to ablog postyesterday. SEN allows Gemini’s institutional clients to “deposit and withdraw U.S. dollars to and from their Gemini account in real-time; 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year”. The post also notes that Gemini is fully integrated with SEN’s application programming interface (API), allowing the firm to process deposits and withdrawals automatically and instantaneously.

The New York Timesreports that messaging app Telegram plans to issue its own digital currency, called the Gram, within the next two months. The Times was told by three anonymous sources that Telegram also plans to make Gram digital wallets available to the platform’s 200 million to 300 million global users. Anticipating the Libra-like scrutiny that Telegram will receive once this project goes public, the Times quotes Richard Levin, who specializes in cryptocurrencies law at the law firm Polsinelli:

“Anyone trying to build this type of token system has to be careful on any number of levels with regulators. I suspect that regulators will take a very close look at this offering.”

Bloombergreports that Swiss crypto firm Sygnum is speaking with regulators in Singapore, in hopes of obtaining a capital markets services license. Sygnum hasrecentlybeen granted a conditional banking and securities dealer license from regulators in Switzerland. Sygnum co-founder Gerald Goh said:

“In order for us to provide a full suite of services, we need to operate as a bank.”

Fellow co-founder and company CEO Mathias Imbach explained the importance of attaining status as a bank:

“We have been approached over the past few months by many parties who hold a lot of cryptocurrencies and look for a fully regulated bank. One of their biggest challenges is to find banking specialists to connect them to the real world, to pay their taxes, their employees’ salary.”

Venezuelan pharmacy chain Farmarket has begun accepting payments inDASH , according to anannouncementfrom the Dash Core Group. Payments are made possible through the deployment of the XpayCash POS, a payment system that is operated by Panda Exchange and allows users to pay with Dash in instant transactions, using Dash’s InstantSend technology. Ryan Taylor, CEO, Dash Core Group, commented:

“Enabling Dash payments at Farmarket is a massive step in growing our ecosystem of retailers. Dash users can now pay for essential products and medicines at a well-known and trusted pharmacy brand. We expect our partnership with Panda in Colombia and Farmarket in Venezuela to be a substantial move toward a purchase driven economy, where not only Venezuelans in Caracas will be able to pay directly in stores with Dash, but also their relatives in Colombia and elsewhere will be able to buy medicine from abroad and resolve health issues for their relatives and loved ones.”

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#CryptoCorner: Gemini Joins Silvergate Exchange Network, Telegram to Issue Digital Currency …

Crypto exchange Gemini has joined payments platform Silvergate Exchange Network (SEN), according to a blog post yesterday. SEN allows Gemini’s …

Point Roberts, WA and Delta, BC – August 28, 2019 (Investorideas.com Newswire) Investorideas.com, a leader in crypto and blockchain investing news brings you today’s edition of the Crypto Corner podcast and commentary on what’s driving the cryptocurrency market.

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Crypto exchange Gemini has joined payments platform Silvergate Exchange Network (SEN), according to a blog post yesterday. SEN allows Gemini’s institutional clients to “deposit and withdraw U.S. dollars to and from their Gemini account in real-time; 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year”. The post also notes that Gemini is fully integrated with SEN’s application programming interface (API), allowing the firm to process deposits and withdrawals automatically and instantaneously.

The New York Times reports that messaging app Telegram plans to issue its own digital currency, called the Gram, within the next two months. The Times was told by three anonymous sources that Telegram also plans to make Gram digital wallets available to the platform’s 200 million to 300 million global users. Anticipating the Libra-like scrutiny that Telegram will receive once this project goes public, the Times quotes Richard Levin, who specializes in cryptocurrencies law at the law firm Polsinelli:

“Anyone trying to build this type of token system has to be careful on any number of levels with regulators. I suspect that regulators will take a very close look at this offering.”

Bloomberg reports that Swiss crypto firm Sygnum is speaking with regulators in Singapore, in hopes of obtaining a capital markets services license. Sygnum has recently been granted a conditional banking and securities dealer license from regulators in Switzerland. Sygnum co-founder Gerald Goh said:

“In order for us to provide a full suite of services, we need to operate as a bank.”

Fellow co-founder and company CEO Mathias Imbach explained the importance of attaining status as a bank:

“We have been approached over the past few months by many parties who hold a lot of cryptocurrencies and look for a fully regulated bank. One of their biggest challenges is to find banking specialists to connect them to the real world, to pay their taxes, their employees’ salary.”

Venezuelan pharmacy chain Farmarket has begun accepting payments in DASH, according to an announcement from the Dash Core Group. Payments are made possible through the deployment of the XpayCash POS, a payment system that is operated by Panda Exchange and allows users to pay with Dash in instant transactions, using Dash’s InstantSend technology. Ryan Taylor, CEO, Dash Core Group, commented:

“Enabling Dash payments at Farmarket is a massive step in growing our ecosystem of retailers. Dash users can now pay for essential products and medicines at a well-known and trusted pharmacy brand. We expect our partnership with Panda in Colombia and Farmarket in Venezuela to be a substantial move toward a purchase driven economy, where not only Venezuelans in Caracas will be able to pay directly in stores with Dash, but also their relatives in Colombia and elsewhere will be able to buy medicine from abroad and resolve health issues for their relatives and loved ones.”

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Crypto Custody Market Overview — Who Are the Biggest Players?

Cryptocurrency custody providers seem to be springing up all over the global digital landscape in 2019, and the crypto platform Coinbase emerging as …

Cryptocurrency custody providers seem to be springing up all over the global digital landscape in 2019, and the crypto platform Coinbase emerging as the leader in the sector. At their very core, custody platforms are designed to serve as independent storage/security units that are aimed primarily at institutional investors. These solutions, more often than not, tend to make use of a combination of various hot and cold storage technologies.

Also, while cryptocurrency exchanges and regular wallet systems conventionally utilize private keys (and other such security protocols) to protect an individual’s holdings, these alphanumeric phrases can be quite difficult to remember and have the potential to be stolen (or hacked) by individuals with sufficient knowledge of such things. In this regard, custody platforms help in eliminating any fears that investors may have because they are designed specifically to prevent the loss of one’s savings due to wallet thefts, misplaced private keys, etc.

Another reason why crypto custodians are gaining widespread traction is because of their regulatory-compliant design. In this regard, per the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), institutional investors that possess customer assets worth $150,000 or more are required by law (Dodd-Frank Act) to place their holdings under the control of a “qualified custodian.” To be more specific, the entities that the SEC lists under the aforementioned umbrella include:

  • Banks.
  • Savings associations.
  • Registered broker-dealers.
  • Futures commission merchants.
  • Foreign financial institutions are also included in this definition.

There currently exist a very small number of traditional financial entities that are offering their customers custodianship-related offerings.

On the issue, Gongpil Choi, director of the Korea Institute of Finance — an agency that works hand-in-hand with the local government to research and evaluate financial policies that are designed to strengthen the country’s financial sector — was quoted as saying: “Even the traditional financial sector has seen the establishment of the custody market. Cryptocurrencies are more risky than traditional assets and the custody market in crypto will become a rapidly growing market.”

Coinbase is dominating the custody market

Coinbase’s recent foray into the institutional-grade custody solutions market indicates the firm’s resolve to dominate this rapidly growing domain. Additionally, the premier crypto exchange recently announced several acquisitions related to areas such as investment management and financial licences — thereby showcasing its serious shift to and focus on the institutional market. On the matter, Kenneth Yeo, CEO of Singapore-based crypto options trading platform Sparrow, pointed out in an email to Cointelegraph:

“Global market uncertainties (the trade war and political turmoil) have resulted in crypto increasingly becoming a safe haven. More and more crypto firms are gaining awareness of the huge potential and the current market gap for onboarding institutions to the crypto world. This marks an important shift among crypto giants to win over Wall Street.”

Yeo also believes that as the digital asset industry continues to mature, an influx of more sophisticated products that can rival traditional market offerings, such as derivatives, will be observed. Also, owing to the fact that Bitcoin’s appeal seems to be growing rapidly across the globe, mainstream entities are no longer ignorant of this asset class and are looking to expand their reach into this relatively untapped space.

Lastly, the recent increase in demand for crypto custody solutions (over the past 12 months or so) is quite natural, especially considering that institutional folks are buying over $200 million to $400 million worth of crypto per week these days. Similarly, in the crypto Wild West — where security breaches and hacks are quite common — Yeo pointed out that over the first half of 2018 alone, over $1.1 billion in crypto was lost due to theft and fraud. In this regard, custodians are able to provide traditional finance institutions with a sense of monetary security and long-term stability. Yeo added:

“We’ve experienced significant demand and interest from institutional investors for regulated custody solutions, it is no wonder that services such as custody solutions have been gaining traction. On top of custody, yield and risk management products have been highly sought after in the space.”

Coinbase takes over Xapo’s custody business

Around two weeks back, Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong confirmed that his company had entered into an official agreement with storage giant Xapo in order to take over the firm’s custody business. If that wasn’t enough, the move reportedly put Coinbase at the helm of institutional management (for crypto), with the premier trading platform currently holding over $7 billion worth of digital assets in its coffers.

And while the financial specifics of the deal have not yet been made public, a source linked closely with media giant Fortune claimed that Coinbase paid around $55 million (a sum that was higher than what Fidelity had allegedly offered) to finalize the agreement.

Coinbase Custody’s Assets Under Custody (AUC) comprises funds that are owned by more than 120 clients (across 14 different nations). Additionally, in May of this year, the exchange’s AUC crossed the $1 billion mark. As a result of this latest deal, Xapo’s institutional custody business will be able to complement Coinbase’s associated infrastructure (related to this domain).

Coinbase’s cryptocurrency custody service was launched in July last year for institutional clients based across Europe and the U.S. Some of the currencies that are supported by the platform include Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ether (ETH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), XRP and Litecoin (LTC).

Xapo is licensed and regulated by the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission and has been classified by the regulator as being an electronic money institution. Not only that, the platform was also awarded a BitLicense by the New York State Department of Financial Services last year, thereby making it the sixth digital entity (at the time) to have gained the license.

Related: Crypto Custody: Adoption Shortcut or Blockchain Purists’ Nightmare?

Since its market inception, Xapo has been able to raise a little over $40 million from a number of established financial institutions such as Benchmark, Greylock Partners, Fortress Investment Group and Emergence Capital Partners.

Last but not least, over the past year or so, the crypto market has grown to encompass a number of new offerings (primarily related to Bitcoin futures) that have been released by various big-name players such as Bakkt and Binance. On the issue of expanding its product profile range, Coinbase released a post on its website stating that in the future, the company is looking to explore new ways to monetize and leverage crypto assets — primarily by means of staking, borrowing against crypto portfolios, and lending digital currencies to trusted counterparties.

Custody solutions are on the rise

According to a research piece released by the Bank of New York Mellon, the demand for crypto-centric custody solutions is currently at an all-time high. This is because many analysts believe that such offerings will help bridge the gap that currently exists between the institutional investment market and the digital industry.

In this regard, a fair few banks have reportedly been testing and rolling out their very own custody platforms. For example, Swiss bank Vontobel recently launched its Digital Asset Vault, which provides its clients with access to more than 100 banks and wealth managers — primarily as a means of giving instructions regarding the purchase, custody and transfer of digital assets using the institution’s existing infrastructure and regulated environment. Similarly, German stock exchange Börse Stuttgart, State Street, Fidelity as well as Coinbase are offering their customers similar services.

Current regulations in the U.S. require advisers to keep their client’s crypto assets with an authorized custodian. And since there exists no singular definition as to what the term “crypto safekeeping” means across Europe, the European Securities and Markets Authority has requested a number of countries located within the region to create a framework that establishes more clarity regarding the matter.

It is just the start

The wait for Bakkt’s much-hyped futures and custody platform will finally end later next month — on Sept. 23. According to a blog post released by the Intercontinental Exchange, or ICE — the governing body behind the New York Stock Exchange — Bakkt has been cleared by the NYDFS to serve as a qualified custodian.

Similarly, the Commodities Futures Trading Commission, or CFTC, has also given Bakkt permission to trade Bitcoin futures. Lastly, company officials have confirmed that the platform will be developed to a point (in the near future) so that customers will be able to physically settle contracts in BTC. Bakkt was supposed to go live late last year. However, due to certain regulatory issues, the platform was unable to obtain the necessary clearance to start selling its BTC futures contracts until mid-September.

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Over 25 Mln Americans to Join the Cryptocurrency Market

According to a recent study conducted in May 2019, it is clear that the number of people ready to invest in cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Libra, …
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The researchers discovered that the entire market developed by 48% from the first quarter (Q1) of 2018 to Q1 of 2019.

According to a recent study conducted in May 2019, it is clear that the number of people ready to invest in cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Libra, Ether, Ripple, etc. is growing rapidly. Since last year, the digital asset market has soared by over 45%, and if the trend remains like this, the American cryptoasset market is expected to expand further in the next one year.

The researchers from Nobl Insurance LLC headquartered in Michigan, United States revealed that more than 6.7 million new cryptocurrency users had switched to altcoins, at the time of the study. The researchers discovered that the entire market developed by 48% from the first quarter (Q1) of 2018 to Q1 of 2019.

Besides the fading buoyancy about the universal economy, there seems to be an increasing confidence about the use and adoption of blockchain and cryptocurrencies. The industry is at the verge of an enticing prospect of a fast-tracking digital currency market, as per the research.

Massive Cryptocurrency Adoption in the US

The study proposes that around 25 million people residing in the US are planning to purchase and invest in various popular tokens in the next 12 months. The research further stated that around 37 percent of the digital currency users own more than $5k of traditional assets, while 8% have more than $50k in digital assets.

People in the US think about cryptocurrency in different ways. For instance, a wide range of States Authorities including West Virginia, Ohio,Maryland, Colorado, California, Berkeley, Wyoming, Utah, etc. have come out to embrace this nascent innovative technology, and have even taken a step further to regulate it.

For example, Ohio declared its plans of accepting tax payments using digital assets especially Bitcoin, the universe’s top cryptocurrency by capitalization. Also, the entire team of Bitcoin maniacs in Wyoming organized themselves and formed the “Wyoming Blockchain Coalition.”

These States believe that if they embrace the use of blockchain, it will help them track all money transactions in real time hence reducing on some malevolent activities such as money laundering, drug trading, etc. that have been happening within the country, as we reported previously.

However, as per the study, the blockchain and digital currency technologies need a reliable insurance to support and sustain it growth and development.

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