NOTE: See Bloomberg Article Link Below:
Some big names entering the space: Goldman Sachs, Yale, and TD Ameritrade. Sachs owns crypto exchange Circle and is building out custody, Yale’s investing in crypto, and TD Ameritrade put money into crypto exchange ErisX.
That’s three big institutions already in crypto.
On October 15, three more names are entering the space: Bloomberg Financial, Galaxy Digital, and Fidelity Investments.
Bloomberg owns news outlets and the trading terminal Wall Street is built on. It also owns the Twitter handle @crypto. It’s well ahead of other mainstream media outlets and financial firms in crypto.
Galaxy Digital is run by former hedge fund manager Mike Novogratz. He was originally involved in traditional Wall Street investing and put his money in bitcoin when it was still trading at $100. Today, Galaxy Digital is the biggest crypto hedge fund of its kind.
Fidelity Investments has 26.7 million brokerage accounts serving over 27 million investors. It has over $6.9 trillion dollars under management.
A few days ago, Bloomberg, Galaxy Digital, and Fidelity Investments hosted a seminar called Institutional Crypto: Laying the Foundation at Bloomberg New York City.
And there was a big announcement. HERE IS THE ARTICLE:
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The philosophy behind the Arbitrage software is to automatically profit from temporary price differences between exchanges while being market-neutral. Unlike other legacy systems, Arbitrage’s aBot doesn’t sell but actually short sells designated cryptocurrencies on the short exchange, this feature offers two important advantages.
First, the strategy is always market-neutral, meaning as the cryptocurrency market’s moves (up or down) it doesn’t impact the strategy of returns. In simple terms, this removes a huge amount of risk from the platform’s overall return strategy as the market could suddenly lose half its value and this won’t make any difference in the strategy returns.
Second, the aBOT’s strategy doesn’t need to transfer cryptofunds (e.g. BTC, LTC or Fiat) between cryptocurrency exchanges.
The buy/sell and sell/buy opposing trade activities are done in parallel on two different exchanges, independently.
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