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How Cryptocurrency Regulation Is Evolving

How Cryptocurrency Regulation Is Evolving

February 5, 2021

With the cryptocurrency markets beginning 2021 in earnest, we review the regulatory approaches taken by different jurisdictions. Last month, European Central Bank (ECB) President Christine Lagarde called for Bitcoin (BTC), a "highly speculative asset," to be regulated on an international level. But, is a uniform approach possible with such different degrees of comfort toward cryptocurrencies between global regulators?

Five digital asset trends that will shape 2021

Five digital asset trends that will shape 2021

February 4, 2021

As Bitcoin’s meteoric rise and subsequent volatility over the past few weeks has hit the headlines, the total crypto market cap now stands at well over $1 trillion. In collaboration with our partner, Itiviti, we look into what trends are set to shape the digital asset class in 2021.

COO of Financial Services, Neil Sheppard, on the Pomp Podcast with host Anthony Pompliano

COO of Financial Services, Neil Sheppard, on the Pomp Podcast with host Anthony Pompliano

February 4, 2021

Neil Sheppard, COO of Financial Services at EQONEX, and Anthony Pompliano discuss EQONEX, derivatives, risk management, capital efficiency, and EQONEX.io. Learn about Neil's background, the EQONEX ecosystem, derivatives, and how EQONEX benefits all traders.

The New Era of Cryptocurrencies with Richard Byworth and Anthony Scaramucci | AIM Summit Exclusive

The New Era of Cryptocurrencies with Richard Byworth and Anthony Scaramucci | AIM Summit Exclusive

February 2, 2021

Watch our CEO Richard Byworth and SkyBridge Capital Founder and Managing Partner Anthony Scaramucci discuss the new era of cryptocurrencies on the AIM Summit, as they delve into mainstream digital asset adoption, likely price movements, market regulation, and the role of crypto exchanges.

Perpetuals Trading Series: What is Basis and why is it important?

Perpetuals Trading Series: What is Basis and why is it important?

January 21, 2021

As we mentioned previously, perpetuals have a mechanism to ensure pricing aligns with the underlying spot product. We refer to the spread between the Spot and the Perpetual contract as Basis. The resulting exchange of payment between long and short holders of the contract is called the Basis Payment.

Institutions Are Driving Interest in Digital Assets—But is the Industry Prepared?

Institutions Are Driving Interest in Digital Assets—But is the Industry Prepared?

January 20, 2021

The massive rally in cryptocurrencies is almost unrecognizable from three years ago. When the Bitcoin (BTC) price marked its all-time high just shy of $20K in December 2017, it was exclusively retail-driven. Regulation was scant and insufficient; hacks, scams, and Ponzi schemes abounded; investors made (and lost) a lot of money overnight; and major financial institutions like JPMorgan were steadfast in calling BTC a "fraud" and a "bubble."

Perpetuals Trading Series: How does Marking work on EQONEX?

Perpetuals Trading Series: How does Marking work on EQONEX?

January 19, 2021

On EQONEX, we differentiate between the Market Price and the Mark Price of the perpetual. The Market Price is the last traded price of the product on EQONEX. The Market Price may deviate (significantly) from the rest of the market for example in case of large orders or an illiquid order book. The Mark Price gives a fairer value for the contract by taking a 3-second TWAP of the Market Price. A TWAP is the average of the open, high, low and close price for a specific period. In the case of the Mark Price these periods are three 1-second intervals. As the Mark Price is used for P&L calculation and to determine whether the position needs to be liquidated, using a TWAP to smooth out temporary spikes in prices should prevent unnecessary liquidations.

Perpetuals Trading Series: What are Perpetual Futures and why trade them?

Perpetuals Trading Series: What are Perpetual Futures and why trade them?

January 18, 2021

Perpetual futures are futures contracts with no maturity, as opposed to dated futures, which expire at a pre-set date and time such as every month or every quarter. Any position in a perpetual future stays open until the trader decides to close the trade by executing an offsetting trade, or until the trade gets liquidated by EQONEX.

Trends in Bitcoin and Corporate Treasury: Acceptance, Acceleration, and Adoption

Trends in Bitcoin and Corporate Treasury: Acceptance, Acceleration, and Adoption

January 14, 2021

One of the most important trends in the cryptocurrency industry over recent months has been a notable rise in corporate treasurers buying Bitcoin (BTC) as a balance sheet asset. Against the backdrop of a failing global economy and a weakening global reserve currency (the USD), both publicly listed and private companies are beginning to diversify from traditional low-risk assets such as bank deposits, treasury bills, and commercial paper to find a more effective balance between risk and yield.

Ether Price Growth Overtakes Bitcoin— Will ETH Push the Market Towards an Alt Season?

Ether Price Growth Overtakes Bitcoin— Will ETH Push the Market Towards an Alt Season?

January 13, 2021

Since Bitcoin's momentous rise this holiday season, alt coins have been making noise. What is driving this alt season, and what coins have been leading the way?

The Evolution of the Cryptocurrency Derivatives Market

The Evolution of the Cryptocurrency Derivatives Market

January 8, 2021

We believe the emergence of cryptocurrency derivatives is the inevitable evolution of the digital asset class and should contribute to reductions in volatility and enhancing market efficiency.

Introduction to Leverage, Margin, and Liquidation

Introduction to Leverage, Margin, and Liquidation

January 7, 2021

Many virtual currency exchanges advertise the ability to trade products with leverage. In traditional finance, there are a number of popular leveraged products, such as ETFs. An ETF is a product that moves as a function of the underlying factor and the leverage factor. For example, an ETF that has 5x leverage will lose or gain 5% if the underlying asset moves by 1%. Leverage defines your position’s exposure to the underlying asset class.

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