How Does Zero-Fee Crypto Trading Actually Work?

Zero-fee crypto trading often refers to “zero-commission” trading, where the exchange entity doesn’t directly charge you, the user, for the transaction.  This new value proposition is changing the cryptocurrency exchange business model, as new exchange upstarts aim to unthrone their commission-charging competitors from their thrones.  Legacy platforms like Coinbase, Binance, and Gemini may have captured […]

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Openfinance Lists New Security Token in Charity Fundraising Effort – CoinDesk

Openfinance, a platform for secondary market trading of digital assets, is listing Lottery.com’s LDCC security token for U.S. investors. Both accredited and unaccredited investors can buy and trade the LDCC token on Openfinance’s alternative trading system (ATS), the company announced Wednesday. Issued on the ethereum blockchain, the token was designed to entice investors into raising […]

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Blockstation Builds Disclosure Tool for Security Token Issuers on Jamaica Stock Exchange – CoinDesk

Blockstation, a Canadian digital asset trading systems firm, has built a fast-track disclosure filing process for companies hoping to list security tokens on the Jamaican Stock Exchange (JSE). Announced Tuesday alongside JSE’s launch of a tokenized Initial Public Offering (IPO) platform, Blockstation’s new tool, called the Smart Listing Accelerator Process (SLAP), is designed to streamline […]

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Nasdaq, Morgan Stanley Trading Vets Build Startup to Unite Crypto Market Price Ranges – CoinDesk

A group of trading vets from Nasdaq, Visa and Morgan Stanley say they’ve built a liquidity solution for the world’s disparate cryptocurrency markets.  After 18 months of development, their project, Apifiny, revealed a platform Wednesday targeting exchanges hampered by low liquidity: ExOne. It is an emerging finances back-end tool tied to technological advances in traditional […]

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LabCFTC Wants to Meet FinTech Startups in New York – CoinDesk

LabCFTC, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) financial technology experimentation branch, is holding office hours on April 1, asking local companies to ask questions, discuss issues or present their projects. The CFTC announced Tuesday that participants can register for the office hours by emailing [email protected] (email subject line should say “NYC Office Hours”) “Office […]

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