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GMEX, Demand Derivatives to Launch “Revolutionary” Futures Exchange

Demand Derivatives, a creator of what it terms “novel” derivative instruments, and GMEX Group, a provider of exchange and post-trade business technology solutions, have announced they will combine forces to launch what they term a “revolutionary” US-regulated futures exchange, RealDemand Board of Trade (RealBOT), and clearing house, RealDemand Clearing (RealClear).
The new businesses are slated to open in 2019, subject to CFTC and SEC approval, and the two firms claim they will create “unique and complete solutions to problems currently affecting the futures industry”.

BBOD Launches Ethereum Derivatives and Spot Exchange

GMEX Technologies has announced that the Blockchain Board of Derivatives will be the latest exchange to implement the firm’s Fusion product, an integrated, centralised and distributed exchange platform solution. BBOD says it is looking to attract multiple diverse participants and provide liquidity by establishing a venue where futures and swaps on Ether and Ethereum-based tokens can be traded. The exchange is partnering with GMEX to deliver a technology solution aimed to attract both retail investors and deliver the scale and functionality to meet the needs of the institutional marketplace, it says.

Hybrid FX Options Trading: Best of Both Worlds?

In August, Tullett Prebon announced a partnership with GMEX group to develop a hybrid voice and electronic trading platform for trading FX options. But what are the drivers behind such a deal and can it really give Tullett an edge in today’s electronically traded markets? Nicola Tavendale writes.

Despite a 24% decline in average daily turnover since 2013, global trading volumes in FX options remain significant at $254 billion, according to the most recent

Bank for International Settlements (BIS) survey.