Asian indices finished mixed today as investors await the Fed decision later today, the oil price stabilizes after the drone attack in Saudi Arabia oil facilities which will cut 5% of the world oil supply. The Hang Seng trading 0.02 per cent higher at 26,799, the Shanghai Composite trading 0.25 per cent higher to 2,985, while in Singapore the FTSE Straits Times index finished 0,29 per cent lower at 3,173. The ASX 200 in Australia finished 0.20% lower at 6,681.
Independent Reserve, the leading Bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange in Australia, has been awarded Digital Currency Exchange of the Year at this year’s inaugural Australian Blockchain Industry Awards.
CMC Markets has introduced three new crypto indices to its trading offering, each made up of a different group of cryptocurrencies, as diversification provides broad exposure and mitigates risk of volatility in specific coins. ‘All Crypto Index’, ‘Major Crypto Index’ and ‘Emerging Crypto Index’ are now available for trading.
With data privacy a concern, a new way of moving distributed ledger technology may combat data theft, but regulation is a legal morass.
RoboForex BY has joined ARFIN to comply with the Rules of Market and Professional Conduct, including principles of transparency and fair practice.
Over the past year, LiquidShare has worked to produce a private and permissioned platform built on Ethereum with the business logic coded in smart contracts to model their cash, security, and delivery versus payment mechanisms. The usage of the blockchain allows a peer-to-peer to settlement between custodian nodes for listed and non-listed shares, removing friction costs and providing transparency to SMEs.
Asian stocks finished mixed for one more day after a strong GDP figure from the USA on Friday and Europe continues to struggle under the weight of weaker economic data and political uncertainty. The Hang Seng benchmark in Hong Kong finished 0.90 percent higher at 29,875. Japanese markets are closed for 10 consecutive days.
The platform allows startup brokers to stay in control of trading operations via a powerful admin panel, where they can manage trading settings and clients, use marketing tools, generate transparent reports and conduct risk management.
CMC Markets has updated its cryptocurrency offering to include seven new digital currencies – taking the total number of coins available to trade to twelve – and has lowered the margins for professional clients across all their original cryptocurrencies as well as spreads for both retail and professional clients across all their original cryptocurrencies.