Quantave Pushes for Institutional Processes in Digital Currencies

Startup enters closed beta with ambitions to create regulated processes around bitcoin trading.

Paul Gordon, CEO of Quantave
Gordon believes that there are gaps in the existing digital-currency market structure that need to be filled before institutional interest increases.

Quantave has ambitions to encourage institutional interest in the digital currencies market by filling what it sees as crucial gaps in its structure, with tried-and-tested formulae from digital’s more established siblings in traditional currency trading.

“For a very young, growing, but relatively small market, it’s already very fragmented,” says Paul Gordon, CEO of Quantave, which entered its closed beta on June 21. “One of the key issues we see is that the exchange model that’s used pretty

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