A decade after launching, oneZero secured new outside investment this week. Galen Stops takes a look at the logic behind this deal for all the parties involved. Earlier this week, Lovell Minnick Partners (LMP), a private equity firm focused on investments in the global financial services industry, completed a minority investment in oneZero Financial Systems. […]
Coinbase, a cryptocurrency exchange based in San Francisco, has launched a new suite of services aimed at institutional level market participants.
With one of these services, Coinbase Custody, the firm says that it has leveraged its experience of safely storing more than $20 billion of cryptocurrency to create the most secure crypto storage solution available.
“In partnership with an SEC-regulated broker-dealer, Coinbase Custody is proud to offer a service that couples Coinbase’s cryptocurrency security excellence with third-party auditing and financial reporting validation that operates at the high standard of an SEC-regulated, custodial broker-dealer,” says Coinbase in announcing the news.
Sometimes you just hear things that make you shake your head. More specifically, the sheer arrogance of some people that loudly proclaim to be in the client service business but who are wantonly and deliberately acting against their clients’ best interest is staggering. It appals and angers me that these people still exist in the FX industry – and that some jurisdictions seemingly are content to let them operate within their borders. We should all be worried though because, sadly, the industry is broadly judged by the standards of the lowest.
Strap yourselves in – this one is a little controversial. Regular readers know I like a good FX industry survey, the semi-annual FX turnover reports, for example, bring out the anorak in me and I spend hours poring over the electronic trading data. It was with interest then, that I read through this week’s report […]