Replicating Traditional Financial Markets

As strides are being made to encourage greater institutional participation in the trading of cryptocurrencies, Wei-Shen ponders whether the crypto space will end up looking exactly like the traditional financial ecosystem.


There is no doubt that there is institutional interest in the trading of cryptocurrencies or crypto assets. However, due to specific mandates, some strict regulatory regimes, and of course, missing key elements in the crypto space, not all institutional investors have been able to throw money at the crypto world.

This could change, though. As Hu Liang, co-founder and CEO at crypto-trading platform Omniex told me, for crypto to become a true asset class, participation from larger regulated

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