Nasdaq wants to taste cryptocurrency trading
It looks like cryptocurrencies have a chance to enter the stock market as full-fledged players. Recently, Nasdaq, the world’s second-largest stock exchange, announced its intention to acquire Cinnober. The reason is, Cinnober has successful track-record in the crypto-asset markets. More specifically, the Swedish provider of trading solutions is a partner of BitGo, a company developing institutional-grade cryptocurrency custody solutions.
Some cryptocurrency experts believe that Nasdaq has made the next step in building the first publicly trading cryptocurrency engine.
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