Russia is not planning to buy $10 billion in bitcoin this quarter, according to an official with the Russian State Duma. Elina Sidorenko, chair of the Duma’s cryptocurrency group, says the rumors are nonsense. “This statement has no common sense,” Sidorenko told ForkLog.
Morgan Stanley’s fixed-income division posted its worst quarterly results in three years, sending the stock plummeting. According to Bloomberg, the Wall Street firm recorded a drop of 30% in bond-trading revenue from $808 million a year ago to $564 million.
DX.Exchange, the new kid on the crypto trading block that offers tokenized versions of Nasdaq-listed US stocks (powered by Nasdaq’s Matching Engine Technology), has some questionable, even sketchy ties with a shuttered binary options trading platform based in Israel. Limor Patarkazishvili owns the much-applauded crypto platform DX.Exchange, CCN has learned.
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