Tag Archives: Crypto Trading


Fidelity Investments is Bringing Cryptos Closer to Institutional Investors, Here’s How

  By David Drake   2018 has been a tough year for cryptocurrencies. After experiencing a boom that saw bitcoin reach a high of $19000 in December 2017, the cryptocurrency market capitalization has been reduced by billions of dollars this year. But the announcement made by Fidelity Investments last month could give the cryptocurrency market the boost it needs to […]

Will Fidelity’s Digital Asset Services Platform Impact the Cryptocurrency Industry?

  By David Drake   The potential of blockchain and the rising interest in fintech is beginning to capture the attention of Wall Street companies.  Just recently, Fidelity Investments, a world leader and provider of a range of financial services launched a subsidiary company dubbed Fidelity Digital Asset Services to specifically handle cryptocurrency clients. Fidelity Investment is highly experienced in […]

Fidelity Investments Launches a Subsidiary to Offer Institutional Investors Digital Asset Services

  By David Drake   Numerous discussions on the cryptocurrency market have been taking place around the world and digital currency growth has been one of the most talked about topics. Though there is little doubt on how much impact emerging technologies will have on the financial sector, questions still linger on what factors will spur the growth in the […]

Why Relaxed Regulations in South Korea are Good for the Cryptocurrency Industry

by David Drake South Korea’s Financial Supervisory Service (FSS), the country’s top financial regulator, has  a new governor after President Moon Jae-in approved Yoon Suk-heun’s nomination. Responding to reporters, Yoon Suk-heun said the FSS will consider relaxing cryptocurrency regulations. The FSS banned initial coin offerings (ICOs) and anonymous trading of cryptocurrencies in September 2017 and January 2018, respectively. South Korea’s […]

Will Changes in South Korea’s Financial Regulator Boost Crypto Market Performance?

by David Drake South Korea has made news for having regulated the cryptocurrency industry in Asia. In September 2017, the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) banned initial coin offerings (ICOs). In January 2018, the Financial Services Commission (FSC), the country’s financial regulator, enforced a ban on anonymous cryptocurrency trading. However, this is set to change in the coming following a change […]

Traceable Cryptos Not Wanted in Japan’s Exchanges, Here’s Why

by David Drake   The financial regulator in Japan is working quietly to reduce cybercrime associated with cryptocurrencies. The Financial Services Agency (FSA) is hoping to persuade cryptocurrency exchanges to quit handling digital currencies largely preferred by criminals who are out to launder money and engage in other criminal activities, including terrorism. Sources that are close to the regulator confirmed […]

How Crypto-Related Cybercrime Should Be Fought

by David Drake   One of the main features of cryptocurrencies is anonymity. However, this has its dark side, and this is currently one of the major concerns in the cryptocurrency industry due to its linkage with cybercrime. In anonymous cryptocurrency trading, traders do not have to verify their identity or provide personal details. They can open virtual bank accounts […]

Will Japan’s Efforts to Halt Trading of Dash, Zcash and Monero Succeed?

by David Drake   The financial regulator in Japan, Financial Services Agency (FSA), has been quietly advising cryptocurrency exchanges in the country to quit trading Zcash, Dash and Monero. The three cryptocurrencies are seen to be favoured by money launderers as well as others who engage in criminal activities. The decision to discourage cryptocurrency exchanges from trading in these altcoins […]