Rumor mill: Tests the Nasdaq actually Bitcoin Trading on their platform?
Home News rumors: Tests the Nasdaq actually Bitcoin Trading on their platform?
Marcel Knobloch –
The Nasdaq is one of the most important financial trading centers in the United States of America, and has so far remained positive about Bitcoin and crypto-currencies set. Nevertheless, it lacks as yet a uniform legal regulation, until the stock exchange would officially start with the Bitcoin trading.
Nevertheless, a Twitter user proclaimed with the name of the crypto Polis that he had incredible news, which he shared immediately on social networks, Twitter included. He indicates that he was able to buy Bitcoin at the NASDAQ on his TDAmeitrade Account. BTC is linked with the USD, and the trade worked fine. Allegedly the historical Charts back to 10.04.2019. Still, he predicted that more digital Assets.
He applied his discovery to the Kundensienst from TDAmeritrade to get more information about the events in experience. The customer support crypto Polis indicated, however, that it is only Nadsaq is to test their platform with new Assets. After further Enquiries, the Support refused to take a detailed position. TDAmeritrade currently offers only a single commercial product for crypto-currencies and Bitcoin Futures.
So far, Nasdaq has not commented on this development, so that it is for the time being, pure speculation. The Community is currently divided and hotly debated whether TDAmeritrade starts in fact, the Bitcoin-trading or not. The Nasdaq launched only recently, in February this year, Bitcoin and Ethereum indices via their Global Index Data ServiceSM (GIDS). The Bitcoin Liquid Index and the Ethereum Liquid Index were introduced by Brave New Coin. These indices show the current price developments of both crypto-currencies in real time in USD. Regardless of whether the rumors bewahrheit or not, the adaptation is on the rise and also the major Big players of the financial industry are increasingly dealing with Bitcoin and co.
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