Crypto Facilities is a world-leading cryptocurrency trading platform, offering individuals and institutions regulated, transparent and secure derivatives trading 24/7/365. The firm was the first regulated entity to offer futures on Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple XRP, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash. The firm is also the leading cryptocurrency index provider, calculating and administering the CME CF Bitcoin Reference Rate powering the CME Group’s Bitcoin futures. Founded in 2015 and headquartered in London, Crypto Facilities Ltd is authorised and regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (

Kraken Acquires Crypto Derivatives Trading Platform and Index Provider, Crypto Facilities, in Nine-figure Deal

Kraken, consistently rated the most secure digital asset exchange1 and leader in euro volume since 2013, today announced the acquisition of Crypto Facilities, a world-leading, regulated cryptocurrency trading platform and index provider. The combination creates a global leader in cryptocurrency spot and futures trading. London-based Crypto Facilities offers individuals and institutions transparent, secure, 24/7 trading on […]

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Bitwise Files For First Cryptocurrency Index ETF

Bitwise Files For First Cryptocurrency Index ETF

Bitwise Files For First Cryptocurrency Index ETF Looks forward to discussing its alternative approach with regulators Bitwise Asset Management, creator of the world’s first privately-offered cryptocurrency index fund, the Bitwise HOLD 10 Private Index Fund, today announced the filing of the registration statement for a new fund, the first publicly-offered cryptocurrency index exchange-traded fund (ETF). […]

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Amazon's new inventory index goes live this weekend

Amazon’s new inventory index goes live this weekend

Amazon’s new inventory index goes live this weekend   Amazon is instituting its Inventory Performance Index this weekend. First announced last fall, Amazon calls the IPI a “first step in setting a bar” for inventory performance by tracking how well merchants shift products that aren’t selling and readjust listings. Beginning Sunday, inventory that sits in Amazon warehouses […]

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