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Daily Morning‌‌ ‌‌Update—Macro and Crypto Markets—January ‌‌4th

January 4, 2021

Justin d'Anethan

It feels a bit silly to talk about traditional markets when the crypto space outperforms by so much. Since the last morning update, on the 30th of December, a lot has happened. Sure, the S&P and the Nasdaq are up, treasuries are up and the dollar is down but all of them by marginal amounts. Maybe gold is the good surprise, back above $1,900 after a number of ‘up’ days.

EQUOS Weekender

January 4, 2021

This week we kick-off with the news that the Indian government is considering a Bitcoin transaction tax that would add $1 billion in revenue a year - a move some industry participants said is a sign of the government’s growing comfort with cryptocurrencies.

This Week in Crypto...

December 27, 2020

Over the Weekend… Karl Sebastian Greenwood, known as 'the public face of OneCoin,' is set to face justice. The OneCoin ponzi scheme defrauded investors for billions of dollars worldwide. Greenwood is awaiting trial or a potential plea deal.

EQUOS - Morning Update - December 23rd

December 23, 2020

Yesterday, we saw the return of the dollar and treasuries against equities and gold. While markets welcomed the resolution in the US stimulus bill, the new coronavirus strain reported in the UK (and the ensuing lockdowns) dampened some of the enthusiasm.

Daily BTC Analysis

December 23, 2020

Today Bitcoin answered two questions: 1. When sellers try to push the market lower, the bulls step in and crush them. 2. When buyers try to take the market through $24,000, a wall of sellers awaits.

Daily BTC Analysis

December 22, 2020

If you put 100 Bitcoiners in a room, the first question they would ask is: Why are we here? The curious disposition that has drawn us all to this asset class means that when we get a headline that reads, 'Grayscale halt new investments in its trusts,' we ask "Why?"

Beginners Guide to Derivatives

December 19, 2020

What are derivatives? Derivatives have been around for millennia; their use can be traced back to ancient times when people bartered with one another to trade perishable goods such as grain and livestock[1]. They gained widespread popularity during the rise of the financial services sector, when newer valuation techniques were created in the 1970s and rapidly developed the derivatives market. It is difficult to imagine modern finance without derivatives now.

This Week in Crypto...

December 19, 2020

Over the weekend... The SEC closed the Blockvest 2018 ICO case. The company had falsely claimed legal approval by top regulators and impersonated a legal seal, among other offenses, and had been in a legal battle with the SEC for years.

EQUOS - Morning Update - December 18th

December 18, 2020

The S&P rose half a percent, the Nasdaq almost 1%, gold is up 1%, and treasuries are closing where they opened.

Playing the Liquidity Game: Opportunity to Arbitrage Across Multiple Exchanges for Greater Returns

December 17, 2020

The extreme volatility of the cryptocurrency markets has long caught the attention of the traditional financial space. However, what started out as outright dismissal has gradually led to increased participation and now, some may argue, institutional traders are leading the charge. As the regulatory framework has become clearer and the infrastructure more resilient and robust, institutional crypto trading has taken off in earnest.

Understanding Diginex Access

December 17, 2020

Access is a digital asset trading tool from Diginex that has been built on top of existing institutional platforms. A future-proof, multi-asset class integrated solution for sales, trading, risk management, operations, and distribution across multiple venues. To request a demo, visit: https://www.diginex.com/diginex-acces...