O-Systems will release it's own cryptocurrency exchange

Cryptency is created to provide a complete solution for online traders 
08 July 2017   2152

Distributed database that is used to maintain a continuously growing list of records, called blocks.

O-Systems, widely known developer company of binary options, currencies and CFD software, is going to release a new solution - crypto-currency exchange platform. Project named Cryptency.

Vista Brokers, a world-wide international investment and brokerage company with license from the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commision, will be a partner for a Cryptency start.

Users of Cryptency will be able to trade 860 crypto-currencies, which are supported by Bitfinex, Kraken and Poloniex. Platform will support only Crypto-currency / Crypto-currency trading.

Cryptency is developed as a complete solution for online traders. According to the developers, it will integrate exchange markets, margin trading and exchange trading functionality. After the six months of development, developers claim to provide "built-in KYC compliance", custom relationship and risk management systems. Such features as charts, indicators, widget and dynamic content as news streaming will also be provided.

The fast rising of the crypto-currency led to a growth of interest from online brokers. Trading platforms for bitcoin and its counterparts have already been offered by Alpari, Panda Trading Systems, Henry Capital Markets Group, Ayondo, Plus500, Avatrade, FXOpen, XTB, JFD Brokers, Instaforex and other brokers.

Binance to Spread Crypto Fiat Wings

The list of upcoming jurisdictions was found by the Block
18 January 2019   62

The Block has gained access to the list of jurisdictions in which the largest cryptocurrency exchange Binance intends to launch fiat trading platforms. The latter use technology Binance, but will be separate legal entities.

Alleged Binance New Operation Jurisdictions
Alleged Binance New Operation Jurisdictions

In 2019, the exchange allegedly intends to launch full-scale activities in Malta and in Singapore. At the same time, South Korea, Liechtenstein, Russia, Turkey and Argentina are in the plans.

Note that in October last year, such a platform appeared in Uganda, and just a few days ago - on the island of Jersey.