Izabella Kaminska joined FT Alphaville in October 2008. Before that she worked as a producer at CNBC, a natural gas reporter at Platts and an associate editor of BP s internalHigh-speed telecommunications provider Perseus Telecom and digital currency trading platform Atlas ATS formally launched Wednesday a globally integrated bitcoin exchange system in New York, Hong Kong and Singapore to facilitate trading in the digital currency by high-frequency trading firms and other large financial institutions. The two firms’ collaboration, first reported last month by The Wall Street Journal, marks a milestone in the evolution of bitcoin out of a retail-oriented, loosely regulated low-tech environment to one that is open to the high-volume and strictly regulated activities of Wall Street. It comes after the sudden collapse of Tokyo-based bitcoin exchange Mt.
Gox, which said it had lost 850,000 bitcoin—now worth more than $500 million—and a string of scandals, including a world-wide hacking attack that temporarily paralyzed Mt.
Gox competitors such as Slovenia-based Bitstamp. “Now, institutional investors and banks can see that there are known players with the rightAs the fintech spaces continues to broaden digital currency infrastructure, it seems today we have taken another step forward towards wider integration. High-frequency trading has long been at the core of foreign exchange and other equities markets, and it was only a matter of time before the company came up with the technology that would bring bitcoin up to speed with HFT. The company – AlphaPoint – has developed a white label financial technology platform that can handle HFT in the digital currency space. The company stated: Bitcoin’s massive growth has created a need for infrastructure that is scalable and reliable (we are) leveraging high-frequency trading expertise from the development of fintech solutions used by UBS and Deutsche bank to deliver a secure solution. The move should strengthen the foundations of mainstream acceptance, as it will increase the liquidity with which BTC and other digital currencies can be traded and – in turn – enable hassle-free conversion between fiatA company that develops the tools used by high-frequency traders has become the first market infrastructure provider to accept payment for services in Bitcoins. Perseus Telecom, a US trading technology group, said on Thursday it would acceptI’m against HFT, and when I saw that bitcoin was gonna get HFT that was gonna be bad. Naturally the real problem is the federal reserve, and HFT while a terrible thing, serves to distract from the real issues of central banks and the real people pulling the strings. I suppose after running into Forex, they are again trying to run into bitcoin, with the now increased added regulator scrutiny as goldman prepares to throw hft under the bus and use it as a scapegoat forBitcoin is the currency of the Internet: a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin.
As such, it is more resistant to wild inflation and corrupt banks. With Bitcoin, you can be your own bank. If you are new to Bitcoin, check out We Use Coins and Bitcoin.org. You can also explore the Bitcoin Wiki : Download Bitcoin Core Bitcoin Core is the the backbone of the Bitcoin network.
Almost all Bitcoin wallets rely on Bitcoin Core in one way or another. If you have a fairly powerful computer that is almost always online, you can help the network by running Bitcoin Core. You can also use Bitcoin Core as a very secure Bitcoin wallet. [–][deleted] 0 points1 point2 points 4 years ago (0 children) sorry, this has been archived and can no longer be voted on Trading system scoring is covered fairly well inWhile Bitcoin has been relatively more stable than high-frequency-traded US equity markets in the last few weeks, the news that HFT tool provider Perseus Telecom will be accepting Bitcoin for its services.
As The FT reports, move highlights high-frequency traders’ increasing interest in trading Bitcoin as global regulators indicate a growing acceptance of fast-emerging digital currencies - despite several high-profile arrests.Perseus CEO, Jock Mr Percy said the extension of high-frequency trading into virtual currencies would change the nature of the Bitcoin market over time. Via The FT , A company that develops the tools used by high-frequency traders has become the first market infrastructure provider to accept payment for services in Bitcoins. . Perseus Telecom, a US trading technology group, said on Thursday it would accept the controversial digital currency for its services worldwide and process transactions with GoCoin, the payment platform. . High-frequency traders use complexLearn more at.