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Hex Trust sees sample opportunities for growth at home and abroad

Hex Trust see sample opportunities for growth at home and abroad Growing institutional interest in crypto-currencies, not least as a hedge against rising inflation, has spawned a range of custodial services to safeguard the private keys without which nobody can access the digital wallet that contains the assets. Hex Trust, the Hong Kong based providerContinue reading “Hex Trust sees sample opportunities for growth at home and abroad”

Algorand pioneer Yieldly is building bridges to the future of DeFi

Algorand pioneer Yieldly is building bridges to the future of DeFi The Decentralized Finance (DeFi) markets are synonymous with the Ethereum blockchain protocol. So it is quite an event when an ambitious DeFi application chooses to launch its offering on another one. That is exactly what Yieldly, the provider of staking contracts and a noContinue reading “Algorand pioneer Yieldly is building bridges to the future of DeFi”

Rising institutional interest in cryptocurrencies could herald the greatest change in financial markets for centuries

There are many reasons why established financial institutions are starting to trade and invest in cryptocurrencies but their interest is certainly driving the development of services which match what they expect to find in the traditional foreign exchange (FX) and securities markets.

How to Do Prime Brokerage Without Prime Brokers

As investment banks shrink the balance sheet available to buy-side firms that like to trade on credit, the need for an alternative has become urgent. To fill the gap, San Francisco-based Bosonic has adapted the tokenisation and atomic settlement techniques pioneered by the crypto-currency markets.

Summary and Highlights: Rising institutional interest in crypto-currencies could herald the greatest change in financial markets for centuries webinar

There are many reasons why established financial institutions are starting to trade and invest in crypto-currencies but their interest is certainly driving the development of services which match what they expect to find in the traditional foreign exchange (FX) and securities markets. Substitutes for the traditional means by which counterparty credit and settlement risk are mitigated are already in use.