Cryptocurrency trading is being hailed as a disruptive force for the future of capital markets. Yet many note that it not only bears a stark resemblance to the emergence and evolution of “traditional” financial instruments, but must also adopt some of their established market structures.
While spot trading still occurs in a largely unregulated context, the real innovations that have driven the evolution of crypto market structure have their roots in “traditional” financial markets and
Bloomberg’s Gerard Francis looks at the challenges that capital markets firms face when trying to incorporate alternative datasets.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails
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