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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] New York Stock Exchange Moves on Bitcoin ETFs

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I am surprised this isn't getting more attention. New York Stock Exchange Will Develop a Bitcoin Trading Platform

original story
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/07/technology/bitcoin-new-york-stock-exchange.html
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But yes this big news. It seems to be tightly under wraps right now. I wonder how far away it is from completion.
I found it particularly interesting they had to throw in this piece which seems to undermine the entire report:
Details of the platform that Intercontinental Exchange is working on have not been finalized and the project could still fall apart, given the hesitancy among big Wall Street institutions to be closely associated with the Wild West of virtual currencies. A spokesman said that the company had no comment.
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Could this be Q in action?

The New York Times has published an article about the New York Stock Exchange working on an online trading platform that would allow large investors to buy and hold Bitcoin. Reading this, I cant't help but thinking of iota. Especially this part: "ICE has had conversations with other financial institutions about setting up a new operation through which banks can buy a contract, known as a swap, that will end with the customer owning Bitcoin the next day — with the backing and security of the exchange, according to the people familiar with the project."
Reasons why iota could play a key role in this: - Mark Sulavka, former head of Nyse national, now member of IF - development of IXI hub - cfb suggesting he would soon be able to send bitcoins via tangle
Could this be Q in action?
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Find Out Why Institutions Will Flood the Bitcoin Market

As originally written via CoinLive: (improved reading experience)
Back in 2017, the blockchain industry experienced an unprecedented interest which ended in what is often referred in financial terms as “irrational exuberance”, with a large portion of the rally led by retail-type investors flooding the market to ultimately chase prices at illogically hefty levels based on the infancy stage of the technological advancements and its implementations.
That rise was too fast too quick and eventually, in early January 2018, the bubble-like move came to an abrupt end. The question now is, what will it take for another sustainable bull run to materialize? At CoinLive, we will inspect the key missing pieces of the puzzle. In this article, we will investigate the ever-growing list of evidence that shows why a new type of investors, the institutional ones, looks set to enter the market in mass.
The two critical impediments for the ‘smart money’ to have been on the sidelines are clearly identifiable. Firstly, it has to do with custodianship, in other words, having formal mechanisms that allow the safe storage of the asset. Secondly, the regulation around the crypto market must be clarified with clearer guidance.
When it comes to the first missing piece of custodianship, the NY Times recently helped shed a light on where we are headed. The influential newspaper reported that ICE (Intercontinental Exchange), which is the parent company behind the NY Stock Exchange (NYSE), is working confidentially in the implementation of swap contracts for banks and large investors that will be settled with the physical delivery of Bitcoin.
For ICE to even consider this idea it means that the problem of legal custodianship is being worked out so that the backing and security of Bitcoins by the NYSE will be in place. This will open the floodgates to a whole new market, where the King of cryptos and other digital assets down the road become available to a much wider and more influential customer base. We are certainly at a stage where institutions have recognized that Bitcoin is “too big to ignore”.
What’s also important is that by using a swap contract, the trading of Bitcoins will be oversight under the existing regulatory framework of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, hence less regulatory uncertainty.
As a reminder, the CFTC is headed by J. Christopher Giancarlo, who is a proclaimed pro-blockchain endorser after his popular appearance in front of a U.S. Senate hearing on blockchain technology last February, where he famously said: “We owe it to this generation to respect their interest in this new technology.”
Moreover, earlier this year, Boston-based State Street, the world’s second-largest custody bank with around £24tn in assets under custody and administration, came out to announce that safeguarding clients' digital assets could be a service they are looking to provide a solution in the near future. If confirmed, it would represent a major move as it sets a precedent as the first global bank to provide custodianship services for crypto-related investments.
While Bitcoin is not serving its initially intended purpose as a widely used method of payments (for now), it has found another appeal as a store of value that is uncorrelated to any other asset class, hence it has an exceptional use as a hedging strategy for multi-billion dollar portfolios to help reduce the overall volatility.
Other stories strengthening the notion of institutional capital set to come into the cryptoverse include the news that Goldman Sachs will be trading futures contracts linked to Bitcoin’s price as an initial step, only to gradually transition into a more direct trading of buying and selling actual Bitcoins.
Find our recent article where we explain why Goldman Sachs trading Bitcoin is such a big deal.
Even the chief executive of Nasdaq, Adena Friedman, recently said considerations were being given to set up a virtual-currency exchange should the needed regulatory framework be resolved.
Additionally, we have seen a growing trend of senior-level executives at institutional firms flocking off the safety of their well-established positions to venture into blockchain-related jobs. We include a few articles with evidence below:
Goldman Sachs Executives are Moving to Cryptocurrency Hedge Funds
Mike Novogratz Makes Goldman VP the COO of His Crypto Company
Coinbase Hires Ex-Barclays Director to Expand Its Institutional Client Base
Commonwealth Bank CFO to Lead Block.one as President and COO
The migration in job positions from traditional financial markets into blockchain comes as no surprise and quite frankly, it appears to be a logical and rational step to be taken, especially in light of the new revenue streams the blockchain sector has to offer.
Proof of that is the fact that Binance, a crypto exchange with around 200 employees and less than 1 year of operations has overcome Deutsche Bank, which has more than 100,000 employees and over 150 years of history, in total profits. What this communicates is that the opportunities to grow an institution’s revenue stream is formidable once they decide to integrate cryptocurrencies into their business models.
Another piece of the puzzle, even if occurring behind closed doors, is the consideration to launch a Bitcoin ETF. Back in April, it was reported that the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has put back on the table two Bitcoin ETF proposals, according to public documents. The agency is under formal proceedings to approve a rule change that would allow NYSE Arca to list two exchange-traded funds (ETFs) proposed by fund provider ProShares.
The introduction of an ETF would make Bitcoin available to a much wider share of market participants, with the ability to directly buy the asset at the click of a button, essentially simplifying the current complexity that involves having to deal with all the cumbersome steps currently in place.
More evidence of the emergence of institutions playing a more dominant role in the blockchain industry is the unprecedented interest to amass Bitcoins in the OTC (Over the Counter Market). We perceive this trend as directly linked store Bitcoin as a store of value. This article by Bloomberg should give you a taste of what's happening behind the scenes: The Wealthy Are Hoarding $10 Billion of Bitcoin in Bunkers.
As ConLive recently tweeted: "Our network of Insiders telling us between 5000-10.000 BTC are being sold every week OTC by Chinese BTC miners to Israeli buyers - Wall Street type - as they look to accumulate a big hand in BTC. “
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Lastly, one of the most critical missing piece is the subject of global regulations. Back in March, Mark Carney, the head of Bank of England and the chief of the Financial Stability Board of G20 stated that “crypto-assets do not pose risks to global financial stability at this time.” That caused a temporary relief in the crypto sphere as the risk of a regulatory backlash was removed for the time being until July, the month when more clarity will be provided.
The chair of the Argentina Central Bank, Federico Sturzenegger, on his role of sitting the G20 summit, said that members showed a unifying view on the need of cryptocurrencies to be supported by a more sound regulatory framework. The policy-maker, however, made it clear that they first need to examine the cryptocurrencies universe to gather the necessary data before proposing regulations.
“In July we have to offer very concrete, very specific recommendations on, not ‘what do we regulate?’ but ‘what is the data we need?” Sturzenegger said.
To sum up, the improvements in custodianship solutions, along with more clarity by the G20 committee, which is set to provide less uncertainty for institutional investors’ involvement, is a recipe for a renewed bull wave, this time of institutional capital, to shake up the crypto space.
At CoinLive, we will not venture into the timing, as that is quite irresponsible trying to pretend we have a "crystal ball" to determine when moves will occur. We just simply look at the big picture and try to connect the dots by first breaking down the latest developments to then draw some conclusions. Never forget, markets should always be approached as a numbers' game, and while nothing is certain, we just attempt to envision and inform on scenarios with the highest likelihood.
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NY Times says NY stock exchange has secret plans to trade crypto

Quote The parent company of the New York Stock Exchange has been working on an online trading platform that would allow large investors to buy and hold Bitcoin, according to emails and documents viewed by The New York Times and four people briefed on the effort who asked to remain anonymous because the plans were still confidential.
The news of the virtual exchange, which has not been reported before, came after Goldman Sachs went public with its intention to open a Bitcoin trading unit — most likely the first of its kind at a Wall Street bank.
Link. https://mobile.nytimes.com/2018/05/07/technology/bitcoin-new-york-stock-exchange.html?partner=rss&emc=rss
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Crypto Month in Review - May 2018

Previous reviews: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr Crypto moves way too fast for me to keep up, so I aggregate each day's biggest headline and publish the list at the end of the month. Below is my list for May. My main holdings are ETH and NANO, but I try to make these lists as unbiased as possible. Market cap movement throughout May - Peaked early on, and has been down most of the month. 5/1 - Car manufacturers BMW, GM, Ford, and Renault team up with Iota, Ethereum, and Hyperledger to research potential uses for blockchain in the automotive industry. 5/2 - The Ethereum Enterprise Alliance releases a standardized architecture set in the same vein as the ISO/OSI networking model to develop web apps on Ethereum. 5/3 - IOTA announces the development of Project Qubic, which will allow for smart contracts and oracles to be built on top of the IOTA tangle. 5/4 - Request Network announces a partnership with MakerDao that will allow stable payments on the network. 5/5 - EOS release its Dawn 4.0 version in anticipation of its main net release in June. The update focuses on cross-chain communication. 5/6 - After Warren Buffet compared cryptocurrency to “rat poison”, Elon Musk continues their feud by proposing a candy company called “Cryptocandy” that will go after the market of Buffet’s See’s Candies. 5/7 - Originally referenced by a Wall Street Journal article, an alleged public Securities & Exchange Commission meeting scheduled for May 7th to determine whether ETH and XRP should be considered securities turns out to be fabricated. 5/8 - The New York Times reports that the New York Stock Exchange’s parent company Intercontinental Exchange is planning to open a Bitcoin exchange. 5/9 - Bloomberg partners with billionaire crypto investor Mike Novogratz to create an index fund of the 10 most liquid cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Litecoin, Dash, Monero, Ethereum Classic, and ZCash. 5/10 - Financial institutions that participated in Ripple’s pilot test program report 40-70% cost savings and orders of magnitude time savings for cross-border payments. 5/11 - South Korean exchange Upbit is raided by authorities over questions of liquidity, causing a 15% drop in the market. 5/12 - The reserve bank of Zimbabwe bans the transacting in and trading of cryptocurrencies to “protect the public”. 5/13 - Electronics giant LG launches its own blockchain service, called “Monachain”, to handle logistics. 5/14 - Gemini adds Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Ethereum Classic, and ZCash to its exchange. 5/15 - Consensys-backed startup Kaleido partners with Amazon’s AWS in a move to make it easier for customers to put their services on the blockchain. 5/16 - Streamr reveals partnerships with Hewlett-Packard and Nokia for its blockchain-based personal data marketplace. 5/17 - Tel Aviv, in partnership with Intel, Accenture, and The Floow, unveils a blockchain-based securities exchange for the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. 5/18 - A study by the Chinese Ministry of Industry concludes that there are 421 fake or fraudulent cryptocurrencies in existence. 5/19 - Marc O’Brien, the former CEO of Visa UK & Ireland, joins a crypto startup creating crypto payment cards for everyday shopping. 5/20 - Japanese crypto exchange Coincheck announces it will cease trading of 4 anonymity-focused coins in June - Monero, ZCash, Dash, and Augur - in the wake of a hack against them that stole over $500 million worth of crypto. 5/21 - Walmart files a patent for a blockchain-based system that would be used by customers to resell products they no longer need. 5/22 - A malicious miner takes control of two of Verge’s hashing algorithms to execute a 51% attack on the cryptocurrency for the second time in two months. 5/23 - IBM plans to hire 1500 new employees in France for its emerging tech initiatives, including distributed ledger processing. 5/24 - The U.S. Justice Department opens a criminal probe into whether traders are manipulating the price of Bitcoin. 5/25 - TorrentFreak uncovers a signed letter of intent by Tron founder Justin Sun to acquire torrent software producer BitTorrent. 5/26 - Fiat to crypto trading for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, and Litecoin opens on top rated stock exchange service LMAX. 5/27 - South African investment firm Cygnia announces plans to open their own cryptocurrency exchange by the end of the year. 5/28 - Poloniex freezes many users’ accounts after rolling out new KYC regulations. 5/29 - Chinese infosec company 360 discovers a multitude of “epic” bugs in EOS’ code, including an exploit that allows attackers to execute malicious code hidden in a smart contract. Dan Larimer pledges not to release the EOS mainnet until all of the bugs are fixed. 5/30 - Chinese president Xi Jinping calls blockchain a “breakthrough technology” despite the country’s current ban on cryptocurrencies. 5/31 - Bittrex secures a banking partnership that will allow them to offer USD trading pairs on their exchange.
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Subreddit Stats: bitcoin posts from 2018-05-07 to 2018-05-08 16:44 PDT

Period: 0.74 days
Submissions Comments
Total 137 2414
Rate (per day) 185.21 1406.19
Unique Redditors 128 1212
Combined Score 10600 10209

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 2394 points, 1 submission: TomasEddison
    1. Guy on CNBC says $100USD bill is used for far more illicit activity than bitcoin. (2394 points, 178 comments)
  2. 1537 points, 1 submission: bitchari
    1. "rat poison" returns!! (1537 points, 237 comments)
  3. 788 points, 2 submissions: Sam767679
    1. Tyler Winklevoss to Bill Gates: You can short #XBT, the @CBOE Bitcoin (USD) Futures contract, and put your money where your mouth is! (783 points, 179 comments)
    2. John McAfee explains how he came with his million dollar predication. It has to do with mining costs. (5 points, 6 comments)
  4. 668 points, 1 submission: dont_taze_me_dude
    1. Warren Buffet might not be all wrong. (668 points, 153 comments)
  5. 628 points, 1 submission: justlikingit
    1. Anyone knows why Twitter still allows this scam to be active under @Bitcoin username and didn't force them to change it? (628 points, 226 comments)
  6. 545 points, 1 submission: razorc03
    1. Calm in the storm (545 points, 44 comments)
  7. 390 points, 2 submissions: DesignerAccount
    1. Witness the future: Paying for coffee with LN in real life - Brisbane Airport (377 points, 143 comments)
    2. The parent company of the New York Stock Exchange has been working on an online trading platform that would allow large investors to buy and hold Bitcoin (13 points, 2 comments)
  8. 360 points, 1 submission: ThomasV1
    1. Electrum will publish proof that "Electrum Pro" is bitcoin-stealing malware. (360 points, 51 comments)
  9. 338 points, 1 submission: freebitcoinloans
    1. The Definitive History of Bitcoin... (338 points, 30 comments)
  10. 330 points, 2 submissions: Cryptilli0naire
    1. The bull run will never end (276 points, 35 comments)
    2. Made this after Kanye tweeted “decentralize” (54 points, 35 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. bossman-CT (536 points, 1 comment)
  2. Marcion_Sinope (231 points, 11 comments)
  3. skout_a (231 points, 1 comment)
  4. switcoin (211 points, 3 comments)
  5. slugur (203 points, 3 comments)
  6. DartmouthBG (178 points, 8 comments)
  7. Somebody__Online (162 points, 3 comments)
  8. chazysciota (152 points, 4 comments)
  9. Flakeuk (144 points, 1 comment)
  10. justlikingit (136 points, 4 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Guy on CNBC says $100USD bill is used for far more illicit activity than bitcoin. by TomasEddison (2394 points, 178 comments)
  2. "rat poison" returns!! by bitchari (1537 points, 237 comments)
  3. Tyler Winklevoss to Bill Gates: You can short #XBT, the @CBOE Bitcoin (USD) Futures contract, and put your money where your mouth is! by Sam767679 (783 points, 179 comments)
  4. Warren Buffet might not be all wrong. by dont_taze_me_dude (668 points, 153 comments)
  5. Anyone knows why Twitter still allows this scam to be active under @Bitcoin username and didn't force them to change it? by justlikingit (628 points, 226 comments)
  6. Calm in the storm by razorc03 (545 points, 44 comments)
  7. Witness the future: Paying for coffee with LN in real life - Brisbane Airport by DesignerAccount (377 points, 143 comments)
  8. Electrum will publish proof that "Electrum Pro" is bitcoin-stealing malware. by ThomasV1 (360 points, 51 comments)
  9. The Definitive History of Bitcoin... by freebitcoinloans (338 points, 30 comments)
  10. Blockchain.info. 8 months and still no segwit support. They are more lazy than sub-saharan public sector by chek2fire (281 points, 56 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 536 points: bossman-CT's comment in Guy on CNBC says $100USD bill is used for far more illicit activity than bitcoin.
  2. 231 points: skout_a's comment in "rat poison" returns!!
  3. 195 points: slugur's comment in Guy on CNBC says $100USD bill is used for far more illicit activity than bitcoin.
  4. 181 points: switcoin's comment in "rat poison" returns!!
  5. 160 points: Somebody__Online's comment in Tyler Winklevoss to Bill Gates: You can short #XBT, the @CBOE Bitcoin (USD) Futures contract, and put your money where your mouth is!
  6. 148 points: Marcion_Sinope's comment in Anyone knows why Twitter still allows this scam to be active under @Bitcoin username and didn't force them to change it?
  7. 144 points: Flakeuk's comment in Anyone knows why Twitter still allows this scam to be active under @Bitcoin username and didn't force them to change it?
  8. 134 points: chazysciota's comment in "rat poison" returns!!
  9. 132 points: justlikingit's comment in Anyone knows why Twitter still allows this scam to be active under @Bitcoin username and didn't force them to change it?
  10. 121 points: Maticus's comment in "rat poison" returns!!
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Bitcoin Sees Wall Street Warm to Trading Virtual Currency

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 82%. (I'm a bot)
The news of the virtual exchange, which has not been reported before, came after Goldman Sachs went public with its intention to open a Bitcoin trading unit - most likely the first of its kind at a Wall Street bank.
Some large financial exchanges, including the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, have already created financial products linked to the price of Bitcoin, known as futures.
The swap contract is more complicated than an immediate trade of dollars for Bitcoin, even if the end result is still ownership of a certain amount of Bitcoin.
A swap contract allows the trading to come under the regulation of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and to operate clearly under existing laws - something today's Bitcoin exchanges have struggled to do.
Over the weekend, Warren E. Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway, who has long been critical of virtual currencies, said Bitcoin was "Probably rat poison squared" in an interview with CNBC. The Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates added his own skepticism, saying he'd "Short" Bitcoin if he could.
Paul Chou, a former trader at Goldman Sachs who set up LedgerX, a regulated Bitcoin exchange that would compete with Intercontinental Exchange, said his company has made a point of focusing on large Bitcoin holders, rather than financial institutions.
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Bitcoin Sees Wall Street Warm to Trading Virtual Currency

Bitcoin Sees Wall Street Warm to Trading Virtual Currency
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/07/technology/bitcoin-new-york-stock-exchange.html
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New York Stock Exchange owner launches futures contracts that pay out in bitcoin

New York Stock Exchange owner launches futures contracts that pay out in bitcoin submitted by RightAssociate9 to maharlikacoin [link] [comments]

New York Stock Exchange to open Bitcoin exchange according to classified documents obtained by the NYT

New York Stock Exchange to open Bitcoin exchange according to classified documents obtained by the NYT submitted by Dr_Galen to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Big News. The New York Stock Exchange is getting into Bitcoin. WOAH

Big News. The New York Stock Exchange is getting into Bitcoin. WOAH submitted by lonelycatcarrot to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

*New York Stock Exchange looking to dive into bitcoin with 2 new ETFs* Now You can buy Bitcoin itself, or you can buy and short it using futures- and now the New York Stock Exchange is considering ETF's. This surge of institutional money coming into Crypto is not stopping.

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The owner of the New York Stock Exchange is now in the Bitcoin business

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New York Stock Exchange owner launches futures contracts that pay out in bitcoin

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New York Stock Exchange, Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE: ICE), is launching daily physical settle bitcoin futures contracts today

“Bakkt to the Future :: Pantera Blockchain Letter, September 2019” by Pantera Capital https://link.medium.com/0Ur8t1ZXA1
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New York Stock Exchange, Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE: ICE), is launching daily physical settle bitcoin futures contracts today

“Bakkt to the Future :: Pantera Blockchain Letter, September 2019” by Pantera Capital https://link.medium.com/0Ur8t1ZXA1
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New York Stock Exchange, Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE: ICE), is launching daily physical settle bitcoin futures contracts today

“Bakkt to the Future :: Pantera Blockchain Letter, September 2019” by Pantera Capital https://link.medium.com/0Ur8t1ZXA1
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The owner of the New York Stock Exchange is now in the Bitcoin business

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New York Stock Exchange owner launches futures contracts that pay out in bitcoin

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New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Could be Ready to Launch Bitcoin Trading Platform. The parent company of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Intercontinental Exchange (IE), is working on a bitcoin trading platform. The information has been revealed by The New York Times (NYT) on May the 7th. Bitcoin, a popular cryptocurrency, debuted its futures on the New York Stock Exchange Late Sunday night. Cryptocurrency is virtual currency exchanged worldwide with limited government regulation. The New York Stock Exchange's stocks and options exchange, NYSE Arca has reapplied with the SEC to list a pair of Bitcoin exchange-traded funds(ETF), tied to the recently introduced Bitcoin futures contracts.. The ETFs, ProShares Bitcoin ETF and ProShares Short Bitcoin ETF, are essentially the same products filed for approval by Proshares back in September, when the futures hadn't yet emerged. Earlier this year, the New York Stock Exchange became a minority investor in U.S.-based bitcoin exchange Coinbase as the company prepared to roll out the first regulated cryptocurrency exchange in ... Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), owner of the New York Stock Exchange, could become the latest Wall Street player to offer Bitcoin futures. More Futures Contracts Hit Wall Street That was according to the New York Times , which quoted documents and four anonymous sources “briefed” on a proposal for ICE to launch Bitcoin trading options.

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