While Binance needs no introduction amongst crypto traders, I always look forward to introductions of the people making the next wave of big things happen within well-established companies. I was introduced to Josh Goodbody by a friend and realized in our first call that Josh has his hands in a lot of projects that will guide Binance’s future. I personally look forward to learning more about Binance US and the Binance Credit Card offering. Check out what Josh had to say to my 5 Qs!
Crypto! How it pushes TT beyond the boundaries of our traditional exchange support, expectations and requirements for order routing and executions. In this edition of Crypto Corner, I wanted to share a modified version of a popular TT Community post that provides multiple tips and best practices for using Autospreader so you can gain an edge trading cryptocurrencies.
Our crypto team is trying to build the right tools and provide the right ways to access the markets with the right exchanges for crypto traders. Here’s a quick update on a few different areas of focus in early 2020.
Today we are proud to announce connectivity to Deribit, a quickly growing cryptocurrency derivatives exchange based in Europe. Deribit is the market leader in options and a strong player in the futures market, with healthy volumes and a loyal customer base built on solid technology and a steady focus. They’re not looking to be the flashiest market player, nor has its leadership taken sloppy risks to become an overnight success. They have slowly built Deribit with the goal of being a trusted marketplace built for high-volume throughput. The Deribit founders are a brother-brother team, John and Marius Jansen, and I have met them at multiple industry conferences…which got us talking about the possibilities of TT and Deribit.
Welcome to the Crypto Corner of TT’s Trade Talk blog. It’s been a quiet year for the Corner because we’ve been mostly heads-down focusing on building out our crypto offering on TT. And the market is quickly and quietly maturing, so there’s an element of “business as usual” forming around us.