Metatron Releases Crypto Trading Mobile App

Bitmeet™, a cryptocurrency transaction platform with price tracking and location services, available now on Google Play
16 January 2018   901

Metatron, a company that offers digital content distribution and mobile app development, announced on January 16 the release of BitMeet™, a cryptocurrency transaction platform with price tracking and location services available now on Google Play.

According to the announcement, Bitmeet™’s features include chat, locations of users who want to buy and sell cryptocurrency, pricing, market cap and the latest news.

The Blockchain revolution will likely create the largest social and financial market disruption the world has ever seen. There has never been a peer to peer exchange that provides a solution for lack of trust among un-related parties with the underlying tech of the Bitcoin unit. We expect the Bitmeet™ platform to eventually solve this glaring market need.

 

Joe Rieh

 CEO, Metatron

Company plans to release Bitmeet™ for iOS devices in the near future.

German Exchange to launch Bitcoin Products

Deutsche Boerse, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange holder, is deciding about the providing cryptocurrency products
24 May 2018   75

Reporting in London on Wednesday, at a significant event of the sphere, Jeffrey Tessler (the firm's chief of customers, products and core markets), declared: "We are deep at work with it." Nevertheless, any move into the crypto space from the stock exchange might not be forthcoming fast. When CME Group and Cboe Global Markets both started bitcoin futures trading last December, Tessler further claimed during the event that Deutsche Boerse is "not at the same stage." According to his point of view, the company is attempting to understand the volatility of the bitcoin market first and insuring clients and regulators are "in line" before stepping ahead with any offerings.

Whilst a move into offering bitcoin products is not definite, the exchange has already been active in the blockchain field. Deutsche Boerse unvealed details to CoinDesk about its plan to move the majority of its post-trade services to a blockchain last June. It affirmed at the time that it was interested in building a system, using Hyperledger's open-source Fabric protocol, in order to transfer securities and move commercial bank money, while still undertaking cross-jurisdictional compliance with regulators.

Also, as recently as March, the group declared it wish to deploy a platform for more operative securities lending using R3's Corda blockchain tech.