William A. Ebbs
William is a long-time trader who ditched the boring stock market for the new and exciting world of cryptocurrencies and altcoins. When he is not watching the charts, he spends his time researching and writing about Blockchain technology. He works as a freelance writer on a variety of subjects. William is a resident of the US.
Morgan Stanley Quietly Working to Offer Bitcoin Derivatives Trading
Morgan Stanley's move comes at a time when there is significant controversy over Wall Street's role in the cryptocurrency sector.
MIT Technology Review: Wall Street Could Break Bitcoin
As cryptocurrency becomes more mainstream, traditional financial institutions are seeking more and more exposure to the market.
New Data Suggests Wall Street Has Had a Stabilizing Effect on Crypto Market
If SFOX's analysis is correct, it might bring Bitcoin that much closer to fulfilling its founder's original vision as a reliable store of value.
The NYSE Owner's New Bitcoin Market Could Poison the Crypto Well, Wall St. Vet Warns
Regulated Bitcoin platforms such as Bakkt could introduce unwanted elements of fractional reserve banking into the cryptocurrency market.
LedgerX Says Bitcoin Options Trading Hit All-Time High in July
LedgerX responds to the Bitcoin-based derivatives trend by expanding its platform to include a brand new regulated Bitcoin purchasing service
NYSE's Owner Makes Huge Stride towards Mass Adoption with Crypto Bakkt
Intercontinental Exchange plans to integrate Bakkt with its existing U.S futures market, a clearinghouse for Bitcoin futures.
Is Bitcoin Optech the Solution to Bitcoin's Scalability Issues?
The Optech project will focus on operational technical aspects of blockchain scalability such as Segwit, fee estimation, and transaction batching
Is Bitcoin a Disease? A Closer Look at Barclay’s Controversial Pricing Model
A Barclays report compares Bitcoin’s spread to an infectious disease to argue that prices peaked in December 2017. But, despite the compelling analysis, the metaphor doesn’t hold.