The Netherlands-based Bitcoin futures and options trading platform Deribit is launching a weekly publication called Deribit Insights.
In a press release shared with Cointelegraph on Oct. 9, Deribit announced that it will be launching a weekly in-depth analytical research publication focused on various crypto topics, tailored for both the novice and expert cryptocurrency users.
The Derbit Insights publication will review cryptocurrency events, delve into recent market developments and explore future advancements of the crypto industry.
The first research report takes a closer look at the liquidation mechanisms used by cryptocurrency derivatives platforms.
It also covers the May 2019 flash crash on Bitstamp that triggered liquidations worth more than $200 million on the BitMEX platform.
Deribit, launched in 2016, is one of the first futures and options cryptocurrency exchanges and reportedly sees half a billion dollars of volume per day.
"Derivatives are essential for institutional adoption".
"While I can understand where the fear is coming from, I don't agree with it. I truly believe in the benefits of derivatives for the entire ecosystem and that they are essential for institutional adoption. With liquidity on the rise, more 'adoption doors' are finally opening."
Deribit Launches Weekly Research Publication on Various Crypto Topics
에 게시 됨 Oct 9, 2019
by Cointele | 에 게시 됨 Coinage
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