Trading in cryptocurrencies has mainly been driven by retail investors, particularly on the hunt for profits from short-term, speculative transactions. Meanwhile larger institutional participation in cryptocurrency trading has been mainly kept on the sidelines due to several missing, but extremely important, features.
In order for crypto to become a true asset class, it is “absolutely required” for larger regulated institutions to be involved, says Hu Liang, co-founder and CEO at crypto-trading
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