Bittrex teams with trading firm to launch crypto securities trading platform
US based cryptocurrency exchange Bittrex is partnering with a “regulated alternative trading system” with the aim of ultimately launching crypto-securities trading. Bitrex said it is working with Rialto Trading, which currently offers fixed-income products for traders, to gain regulatory approval to support “blockchain-based securities.”
If approval is granted, Rialto plans to launch a “comprehensive” securities offering, including an issuance advisory service, placement, custody service, & USD trading. Trading firm Rialto’s CEO Shari Noonan said “By working together, we’ll be able to expand our current client offerings to not only include digital securities, but also provide them access to a globally advanced and reliable trading platform.”
Bitcoin wallet company receives E-money license from UK regulator
Wirex, a London-based Bitcoin wallet and payment card provider, says it has become the 3rd crypto-enabled company to receive an E-money license from UK financial regulators(Financial Conduct Authority.) The license enables the company to issue electronic money and provide payment services throughout the European Union and European Free Trade Association, according to public records.
Pavel Matveev, the co-founder of Wirex, said in the release that it was for an effort to “improve and refine its e-money services throughout the [European Economic Area].””Having our own principal license, instead of our existing FCA agency licence, means increased efficiency and lower costs.” More specifically, according to Kelly Horn, a media representative for Wirex, the license will give Wirex ability to offer faster and more responsive service with lower rates to its customers. Matveev added that the company has also been seeking licenses in other markets, including in Singapore and Japan, as it continues working to expand its international business.
E faaohipa te Singapore na katumbas blockchain no te vitiviti o te vahi
Singapore ’ s na haere e rave i te ohipa e te mana faatere aufauhia i te moni o te Singapore (MAS), te city-state ’ s de facto ropu fare moni, no te faaohipa i te blockchain i roto i te au i te haamaitai i te efficiency o te mau puhaparaa i te securities. Te Singapore haere (SGX) Ua parau te tahoeraa o te nia i te scaling i nia i te fenua ’ s ravea versus aufauraa (DvP) aravihi ia e ’ s i te automate i te ohipa na roto i te niuhia i nia i te blockchain te mau faaauraa maramarama. DvP, e te ohipa no te puhaparaa e e haapapu e mau transacted faufaa noa ia e farii i te mau aufauraa tano.
Lending i te faaʻohiparaa i te mau tauturu o te hoe tabula-maitai-hia te ohipa mai te Nasdaq e te aueue ore te ohipa a te Deloitte, tae noatu te fifi blockchain Anquan, mai te au i te parau faaite. Te fa o te faatupu i te hoe pupu distributed i te moni i te mau faanahoraa e te investors e transact i te securities e ua faafariuhia i roto i te mau tokens na roto i te mau faanahoraa taa e blockchain.
E nehenehe e faanahoraa i teie nei Mt Gox Bitcoin creditors i te haamaitairaa i te mau parau
Creditors no te haere roa-defunct bitcoin Mt Gox ia i teie nei haamata i te horoa i te tapao haapapuraa no ta ratou mau parau i roto i te hoe faanahoraa haamaitairaa i haamana-api-hia. Nobuaki Kobayashi, te mau tia o te Mt. Gox, Ua faaara te i roto i te hoe nota i nia i te mahana maha e, te titauraa i nia ia filing i te faanahoraa a te, i teie nei i te e te horo no te creditors, anei e aore ra aita ratou i te haere i te proofs no te mau parau i roto i te te maira na mua ae i te bankruptcy.
Ua parau te Kobayashi, te creditors, ia tae noatu i teie. 22raa i te putuite i nia i te faaiteraa & Ua parau atoa “Te rimai faaineine no te tia ia faaapihia no te hapono i te hoe parau i te parau faatia e aore ra i te haavaraa o te avae tenuare 24, 2019, Tera ra, i te mau taime i roto i te taime, a definite date has not been determined.” Tera ra, users who lost online login access to Mt. Gox may have to submit information in an offline method by sending proofs to an address in Tokyo designated by the Mt. Gox trustee.
SEC says it will “review” Bitcoin ETF rejections
The SEC te parau its senior officials will review the disapproval orders for 9 Bitcoin ETFs issued on Wednesday. As SEC secretary Brent Fields wrote in a letter addressed to NYSE Group senior counsel David De Gregorio: ” the Commission will review the delegated action. the August 22 order is stayed until the Commission orders otherwise.”
Hester Peirce announced the news, who notably dissented from last months Bitcoin ETF rejection decision. In a follow-up tweet, Ua faataa mai te raatira Peirce i te mau taahiraa no te haere mai i te te SEC no te hio faahou i te mau faaotiraa. “Te opuaraa a te Ekalesia (Ei tia faatere e te Commissioners) Ua horoa i te tahi mau ohipa no te rave i te ohipa. Mai te mau rave ohipa i te ohipa i roto i te reira huru, e te mau ohipa no te opuaraa a te Ekalesia. Te faaueraa ia a taio faahou i te mau rave ohipa ’ te ohipa s, ei teie nei te tupu nei.”
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