Published on May 14th, 2018 | by bitcoin0
First Crypto Exchange to use Nasdaq’s Technology Excludes US Customers from Launch
Nasdaq, the second largest stock exchange in world by market capitalization after the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), is providing the technology to power the new centralized crypto exchange, DX, according to the project’s CEO Daniel Skowronski.
At the second stage, the exchange reportedly plans to add 20-25 coins, as well as “smaller tokens,” Skowronski said, without specifying which particular crypto assets.
Those who are worthy – will be listed.” Skowronski also reports that DX will not be available for US customers at launch, though the exchange is reportedly “in a dialogue” with US regulators.
Last month, Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman said the company would “consider becoming” a crypto trading platform, if the market becomes more regulated.
Last week, multiple media outlets reported that the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), the parent company of the NYSE, wants to let their customers buy and hold Bitcoin.