• Winklevoss Twins Hire Nasdaq to Keep Cheaters Off Cryptocurrency Market

    3 monthes ago - By Fortune

    The Winklevoss twins brought in the pros to keep cheaters off their cryptocurrency exchange.
    Their company, Gemini Trust Co., hired Nasdaq Inc. to conduct market surveillance for Bitcoin and Ether trading as well as the auction that helps price Cboe Global Markets Inc.'s Bitcoin futures, according to a statement Wednesday. It's the first partnership between a well-known exchange like Nasdaq and a digital-asset market to help safeguard the nascent $433 billion cryptocurrency sector.
    The deal could reassure investors of the reliability of New York-based Gemini, operator of one of the largest...
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  • Nasdaq is open to becoming cryptocurrency exchange, CEO says

    3 monthes ago - By CNBC

    Once the space matures, Nasdaq would consider becoming a digital currency exchange, according to the company's CEO.
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  • Winklevosses' crypto exchange teams up with Nasdaq to catch bad actors

    3 monthes ago - By eFinancial News

    Gemini will use Nasdaq surveillance software to monitor for potentially abusive trading practices
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  • The Winklevoss twins are teaming up with Nasdaq to sniff out bad actors on their cryptocurrency exchange

    The Winklevoss twins are teaming up with Nasdaq to sniff out bad actors on their cryptocurrency exchange

    3 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The Winklevoss twins are teaming up with Nasdaq, the exchange operator, to catch crypto criminals on its exchange.
    Gemini will use Nasdaq's SMARTS surveillance technology to monitor the exchange venue.
    Gemini, the cryptocurrency exchange founded by the Winklevoss twins, is going to use Nasdaq's surveillance technology to sniff out nefarious activity on its trading venue.
    The cryptocurrency exchange announced the deal with Nasdaq on Wednesday. As part of the deal, Gemini will use Nasdaq's SMARTS, a surveillance technology used across Wall Street, to identify unusual and potentially criminal...
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