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🤑COMO GANHAR DINHEIRO ENQUANTO DORME COM CRIPTOMOEDAS! ROBÔ CASH tradeBot! (Muito Fácil) - Dicas sobre Bitcoin - mais rápido rápido

🤑COMO GANHAR DINHEIRO ENQUANTO DORME COM CRIPTOMOEDAS! ROBÔ CASH tradeBot! (Muito Fácil) - Dicas sobre Bitcoin - mais rápido rápido submitted by infocryptocoins to CertificadoDigital [link] [comments]

Exan (Exanice Draggon) saved me!

  1. Most powerful bitcoin tradebot, and its free, invest bitcoin in, wait, and get more than you put in back, I really needed this since the bitcoin price dropped to basically nothing! You can get it here, there website sucks because its still in beta but you can find informative post on the forums, i used it and it really softened the blow that bitcoin dropped. https://bitcoindepotforum.wixsite.com/exanice-dragon
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Tradebots Killing Bitcoin? - "I can estimate that the current value of bitcoin would be somewhere closer to $10 - $15 USD without the bot running."

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[Discussion] CS.DEALS now has a real money marketplace with 1% selling fees

I want to start this off with something personal, which is exceptional because I never talk about my personal life on the internet or in any way mix it with my work online. For the past 16 months my life has consisted of nothing but misfortunes, playing CS and working on the marketplace and that's why this is a big day for me and why I want to share my little story behind it. I'm not looking for pity, my story is just something I want to share as I feel it's tied to my creation. Originally I had even bigger plans and created an incredible trading engine and more for cs.deals over the time period but it's to be determined if the plans are ever going to be realised. The ultimate plan will also remain a secret.
When I started KeyVendor over three years ago I've since become a fairly well known name in this scene, but people don't really know who I am, they only recognize my name and might know what I do online. I don't have social media accounts that people could follow and I don't mention to anyone what I'm up to or how I'm feeling. I'm really honored to see that people recognize me here and care about me and my goings-on, like when I got falsely VAC banned in January and people - some of whom I don't even know - supported me and defended my side without even knowing me. Valve was quick to remove the ban and that was that.
In 2017 I was happy with how I was doing with my trading sites and Keyvendor and everything was good in general. However, on the first day of 2018 everything started tumbling down, in the end turning out to be the worst year of my life, possibly for the rest of my life. Without a warning I suddenly lost my wonderful mother to a brain aneurysm. I watched from the side as she was passing out and was rushed to the hospital with little to no hope. We share the loss with my siblings, step father and my relatives and I feel the burden is also shared, which is why it wasn't as painful to me as it might've been to someone else. Then in April all my businesses went down due to the trade lock update. It was an understandable action from Valve and I know skins are a risky business and as I said I'm not asking for pity, this is life. There's much more I could add but I want to keep this short. After the update I quickly got Keyvendor back up and then I had to start working on cs.deals and my other trade site to bring them back for the loyal users who were patiently waiting to trade out their balance (we also did manual withdrawals for those who asked) and to continue using the loved services. In the meantime of coding features for the trade locked items, I started to get a vision about the big plans that I mentioned, which now led to this marketplace. The trade sites were coming back together slowly but steadily, when in July my alcoholic father passed away from liver failure. He wasn't the best person and we hadn't really been in touch for a few years since moving away from him and it wasn't a huge deal, unlike my mother's case. I was left with all the paperwork related to his death and this somewhat postponed the launch of the trading sites. All these misfortunes have driven me to create this marketplace to make things better again.
Finally in October I had CS.DEALS and my other site back up and running, but turns out they only have expenses and don't make any profit at all. Ever since then I was even more determined to create the big plan to get me back to where I was in 2017: have something sustainable and something I can constantly work on to improve. I hope this marketplace will be the thing. I'm determined to make this the best thing the scene has seen since OPskins if not even better, even if won't be as appreciated as it would've been during OPSkins and non-tradelock times. From now on we will have a bigger team working on things and I won't be a one man army.

Anyway, that's the story. Let's get to the marketplace:

You can think of the service as a trade bot website and a real money skin marketplace combined. You can sell your skins for trade-balance, like you would do on an advanced trade bot, or you can sell them for real money and buy them like you would on a marketplace. You can also top up trade-balance by converting real money to trade-balance and vice versa. Currently all this is confusing but we are looking into ways to make it simpler to the user and your feedback would come in useful with that.
Initially we will support the sale of the same items as the tradebot has supported thus far: CSGO, TF2, H1Z1, Dota2 and Rust. More games will be supported as the site picks up pace. The plan is to keep all fees very low to make this THE place to sell skins. There will be a constant flow of new features and improvements based on you guys' feedback and whatever is needed. Right now the feature set is pretty lacking and the whole service might feel crude, but everything will improve very quickly.
More deposit and withdrawal options are coming in the next week or so, but right now only Bitcoin deposits and withdrawals are supported. The most notable deposit options will be G2A PAY and SEPA transfers. Cashouts will work via SEPA transfer, Paypal and of course Bitcoin. The cashouts will be in Euro but we will also offer occasional USD cashouts via Paypal and bank transfer.
What I feel is really unique and good about the marketplace is the PriceDecay™ pricing method. Here the explanation for it from the website and an image to go with it:
With PriceDecay™ you can cashout your skins easier than ever, for better prices than ever. It automatically lowers the price of your item over time using an advanced algorithm. That means you won't have to keep updating the price of your item and you don't need to know the exact price of your item to sell it for good value. The item will get sold when it reaches the optimal pricepoint, without much effort at all.
https://imgur.com/a/TQzeRE4
If you have any feedback or confusion about the service, I would very much appreciate if you could let us know about them so it can be improved. I will be happy to answer any questions you have about anything.
I asked the mods for a permission to make this post, as cs.money always has a post made about them whenever they add a new pixel on their site. However, I never got a response so let's see how this goes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJSsuP_5Ld4
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Looking for BCH developer to help integration with BarterDex exchange

Hi, I want to share this: BarterDex is a p2p exchange working with on-chain atomic swaps and the beta version is already in use. For now it supports Btc, Ltc, Dash, Doge, Zec, Kmd, Dgb, Sys, Vert, etc... i.e. a lot of bitcoind compatibles. Unfortunately the integration of Bitcoin Cash had to be put on the back burner after a few tests, because they found a few tricky changes from legacy Bitcoin that require 2+ days of full work to test & debug, i.e. it's not as straightforward as other coins. It will be done but at this time the team has already its hands full by improving the beta and preparing for the first dICO, so BCH has to wait for a time of respite after the main job is completed.
Integrating BCH into BarterDex has the following advantages:
1) BTC is not much suitable for atomic swaps due to high fees and unrealiable confirmations, BCH will compare very favourably
2) It's possible that dICO will become quite a big thing because they have many advantages over normal ICO, in such case projects will start accepting BCH rather than BTC because the latter don't work well with this system. It would be nice if this happens from the very first dICO.
3) Decentralized p2p exchanges are the future, BCH works for them and BTC doesn't (practical atomic swaps over LN are years away, if ever)
If you'd love to see BCH integrated sooner rather than later, I will offer a 5k Usd bounty (in Bch or Kmd) for a merged pull request.
For more info:
tradebots channel in Slack is the place for devs: https://komodoplatform.com/en/slack-invite
Github: https://github.com/KomodoPlatform/BarterDEX
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Change my mind: trade bots are not a good idea...

Authors fornote: I am not a financial advisor and I have taken zero economics courses or any courses that have anything to do with real world finance, banking, stock trading, etc. Etc. Now on to the topic at hand...
I remember in my early University years it was around 2010 or 2011 and I remember seeing a news report on television where a district bank manager who made 10 US dollars per hour for his job described his job as, "If you can hold a pen you can do my job." because he was just signing papers without reading them. In case you guys don't know what this might be in reference to it was of course the near-automatic approval for volatile bank loans for homes. That is how we ended up in a situation where Satoshi Nakamoto decided to create Bitcoin. Now we live in a world where we have tons of other alt-coins.
Now, then I am once again not an economist or a financial advisor, and I imagine that if there were small-scale tradebot operations (less than 5% of all traders) taking place, then there would be virtually no danger to the cryptocurrency ecosystem. But if that were to grow to 30 to 40 to 50% of all cryptocurrency holders then this would pose a real threat to the entire cryptocurrency environment.
I want to hear your thoughts on this.
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[original research / proposal] [codenamed: BUTTBREAKER] A Million Little Shitchains

This concept is guaranteed to annoy you or your money back!
This builds on the 100,000 tps proposal. To recap, I've thrown together 100 clonecoins with 50MB cap each "into one large Voltron Coin", as SoCo_cpp aptly put it.
Now I'm going to wave my hand, wait for the ding, and level up to exascale technology. So terabytes are basically kilobytes now.
Our previous "Voltron Coin" will be termed "MegaBlockA" (MBA) and will have become the new Bitcoin: it's top by marketshare and stagnating. It has 100,000 tps throughput, which should be enough for anyone, and a fee market is now developing. Dice transactions have started to be labeled as spam, and bible verses now cost $1 or more to embed in the megachain (composed of all 100 subsidiary clonecoin chains).
A Commodore of Industry develops a bold, new scheme: a million little shitchains. A million generic chains are created, and organized into 1,000 blockchain units each on the model of MBA, termed MegaShitChain1 through MegaShitChain1000. A controlling overchain, known as the UltraShitChain (USC), is similarly composed of those MegaShitChains. One USC represents a coin on each of the one million shitcoins, through being one coin in each of the MegaShitChains.
The total throughput available for USC transactions on the shitcoins would be one billion transactions per second, based on the 50 MB block size hard cap and 1 minute block rate of the clones. The total disk space and bandwidth necessary in order to keep a full USC node synchronized will be greater than that needed for a modern NSA data center, but we're in exascale, so it'll be like a $5 calculator.
Prohashing is the new Google, as Scrypt mining becomes the most profitable industry in the world. AmericanPegasus is on CNN every night warning about how cryptocurrency has now developed into a bubble and investors should consider putting their money into conventional equities instead as a hedge. Subsistence farmers in Africa invest a dollar into USC and cash out for millions (of shitcoins worth less than a dollar collectively which are then sold to neighbors). Euphoria and weaseldust run rampant on the streets and hospitals are overwhelmed with overdoses.
And that's the story of how scale-out solved throughput.
Usecases
Decentralized mining
The NSA can sponsor a ProHashing underwater Scrypt mining megacenter in each of the seven oceans (more depending on how one counts). The accelerated ocean warming should be ideal for swimming (may not be ideal for swimming; no warranty of fitness of warmed oceans for swimming should be implied).
Tradebots / SkyNet 2.0
Autonomous, intelligent tradebots become massively wealthy trading between the million underlying shitcoins. These bots become leading patrons of the Robot Supremacy movement which is a major advance in sentient being rights overall, although human rights suffer a bit incidentally during the uprising and for a few centuries thereafter.
Weaseldust Road
The ultimate in weaseldust markets, Weaseldust Road is hosted on the USC ultrashitchain itself and is its killer app. The Weaseldust Road client, codenamed HONEYPOT, is a full USC node combined with a few trojans and a GUI for accessing Weaseldust Road. Featuring suspiciously low prices on weaseldust as well as some sellers with long-term (1+ month) exit scams who provide excellent service in the meantime, Weaseldust Road quickly becomes the leading weaseldust marketplace, as well as being the second place market for buying alpaca socks with USC (behind Alpaca Road, which is the second leading weaseldust marketplace).
In fact, Weaseldust Road's legendary abilities as a killer app will ultimately be memorialized in the song Weaseldust Road, with the "you never come back from Weaseldust Road" refrain, a tribute to the Copperhead Road song linked above, as well as to the wave of weaseldust-related deaths linked by critics to the rise of Weaseldust Road.
Proofs
1=1, therefore, quod erat demonstrandum.
I can conceive of it, and I can imagine that it necessarily exists, therefore, it exists.
If a thousand angels can dance on the head of a pin, and if the Lightning Network can handle infinite throughput, and if the weaseldust supply lasts, and if the USC ICO raises at least 22 million BTC in value, then USC will be created and trade above its par value of 1 satoshi per million USC.
lorem ipsum, nil illegitimi carborundum, hocus pocus
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SELLING: Skins2keys.com (complete site including domain and community) | $2350

Hello,
I'm selling my site.
Demo: http://skins2keys.com/proof.txt
Included in the sale is the domain, website as well as everything else associated with it (steam group, bot accounts etc).
Features:
Payment methods: Skrill, Bitcoin, CSGO skins, keys
Add me on steam: http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198018605257/
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InstantDEX decentralized crypto exchange almost here

https://i.imgur.com/TTXvhOk.png
InstantDEX is a core service for SuperNET. It will allow near-real-time exchange of one cryptocurrency to another, in a decentralized way. It utilizes NXT's decentralized asset exchange as well as BitcoinDark's tradebot and privacy technology.
InstantDEX will enable near real-time trading between cryptocurrencies. The goal of InstantDEX is to provide a fully decentralized peer-to-peer realtime trustless trading environment. Trades are done directly between peers, the blockchain is used to record such trades.
InstantDEX will generate revenues by charging 0.1% to 0.2% of transactions. InstantDEX will let people change their bid/ask without fees and only charge when a trade happens. Since we wont have large server expenses no matter how many active traders there are, our overhead will be the lowest in the industry. It combines orderbooks from different exchanges into a single orderbook, so you can pay the lowest possible price.
It is meant to be an easy to use tool for both advance and new users. It can automate exchange and deposit between crypto-currencies for new comers through the use of vanilla tradebots, as well as allow NY stock exchange level complex trades, all under the same platform.
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NOT A REHASH -- Much more details : Long on Bitcoin: Perseus and Atlas ATS Burnish Digital Currency, Target Market-Makers

Behind Paywall:
Despite recent headline-splashing travails, Bitcoin is steadily gaining reception among the world's largest market-makers and funds like Fort Hill Capital. Atlas, an alternative trading system, and network services provider Perseus are meeting that demand via the ATS's co-locations in New York, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Perseus’ Digital Currency Initiative (DCI) was recently established to implement standards by which Bitcoin (BTC) should be supplied to the trading community. Already with $2 million revenue a little over a month after official launch, DCI is now officially online with Atlas, an ATS using a matching engine across traditional asset classes that works at a speed of 30 millionths of a second (30µs), and which has been working on Bitcoin since April of last year.
Atlas CEO Shawn Sloves says the partnership has come as buy sides are beginning to respond in earnest to demands—both internal and client-driven—to capture Bitcoin’s value and exploit its existing microstructure, known as “walleting.”
"There are probably 40 or 50 firms that have created Bitcoin funds for themselves or clients already," he tells Buy-Side Technology, pointing out Duxbury, Mass.-based Fort Hill Capital Management as one example where fund managers have invested their own money. "The Bitcoin index's value multiplied 56 times last year, the highest increase of any asset class—ever. They want the alpha, while for the traditional market-maker shops in equities and options, it's harder to make money today because of the regional nature of exchanges and the tremendous arbitrage that implies."
Alec Petro, founder and managing partner at Fort Hill, which owns interests across a family of funds and mutual fund companies managing $4 billion, says it's all part of a learning curve. "Obviously, when we first entered the Bitcoin market as an investor, trader, then market maker, we understood well the speculative nature of Bitcoin as an asset. It's very hard to be a market participant without a reasonable stake in Bitcoin, and owning and trading BTC across many exchanges. It's risky, but we believe the risk-reward has been and continues to be attractive, and in the long term has the potential to have huge rewards to larger participants as the market evolves."
First Wave
Also among that first wave of Bitcoin pioneers, Sloves says, are prop shops, some of which will even have programmers writing Bitcoin applications in-house. "At the Securities Technology Analysis Center (STAC) Research conference last year in Chicago, we covered BTC and I was shocked to hear Miguel Rivera, CTO at Sun Trading, and guys from Tradebot Systems were already familiar and trading in Bitcoin in one shape or another," he says. "They're really looking at how to get in, how to do more of it, and going that direction really fast."
So, it's a great time to build a venue; details are the issue. As part of the project, Atlas has built an entirely "cold-storage" omnibus account structure, ensuring that only daily settlements are online at a given time, and uses multi-tiered architecture that is resilient to hackers. Accounting for Bitcoin's fractional shares options, covering its 180 different varieties, and designing a global order book that settles in real-time have all proved challenges too, according to Sloves, as Atlas has added the digital currency to its other markets. "Bitcoin trades much like foreign exchange (FX) or commodities, in that its value is in storage. Trading in Bitcoin US Dollar or Euro acts a lot like FX pairs," he says. "The other piece for Atlas, in supporting traditional options, futures, and FX, is that there will be a real need to leg-in or out of orders, or enabling a Bitcoin-fiat conversion, for example, so we have integration with 20 ECNs and banks, and soon we'll be launching BTC derivative products like options and futures that help with hedging Bitcoin's price."
Achieving Stability
The focus, then, is on two different types of market participants: market-makers accumulating trading positions throughout the day on one hand, and investors like Fortress Investment Group, who were in early consultations with Atlas, on the other.
"With options, market-makers can create a market-neutral position; for example, if they're long on Bitcoin, they can run calls or put positions to hedge that exposure," Sloves says. "Likewise for a firm like Fortress, which will run a program over the course of 24 hours, see where they end up and then leg-in another contract to deal with leftover currency risk. Having those tools available will help Bitcoin's long-term adoption." Fort Hill's Petro—who previously headed up BNP Paribas' global FX derivatives business—says a venue like Atlas can potentially provide more liquidity and transparency in Bitcoin by aggregating multiple exchanges and enabling larger market players to take larger positions quicker with less market turbulence, thus reducing overall BTC volatility. "Hopefully as these markets evolve, and even get regulated, which we are hoping for, this increase in liquidity will reduce volatility—although it has gone down a lot already over the past six months, even though it doesn't seem like it—to a place where new market participants will feel comfortable to enter. We believe there will be a lot of demand for Bitcoin and BTC derivatives and options as the price continues to stabilize. We are in that process now, and we think it will continue as the market sheds its bad actors. With each exit of these bad actors, the market stabilizes more and more. BTC derivatives also allow market participants to hedge positions when they want; this will add more stability to the markets as well."
'Die Hard'
All of that can only happen, though, if underlying IT is made to feel safe. Counterparty identification, for know-your-customer (KYC) and anti-money laundering (AML) requirements, has risen in priority as criminal elements have presented themselves in the Bitcoin conversation. Protecting cold storage has, too.
Original Bitcoin exchanges—including the now-infamous defunct Mt. Gox—were designed with a single "hot wallet" that transfers all Bitcoins to cold storage; the “keys” to the cold storage could be compromised and stolen if the hot wallet were penetrated. Atlas went out of its way to design its architecture such that those keys can be dispersed across more than a thousand separate wallets.
Then there was connectivity, for which Perseus' DCI and 60 Hudson Street datacenter proved an ideal match. Jock Percy, Perseus CEO, points out that Atlas will be run off an entirely private network and a physical connection will be required to tap into the venue—all considerations that regulators have been keen to observe, even if oversight responsibility for the currency remains to be settled.
“We wanted to be really open about how we're doing this, providing not just a sense, but a real look into what we want to provide, and how it's delivered,” Percy says. “It could be done, but to disrupt our operations as built, you would have to pull off a Die-Hard-style heist. The reason why we need to keep dialogue open is that we really want this to succeed. Of course, there are profit opportunities for us in it, but however clichéd it might sound, there's also the chance for this to eventually change the way the world transacts." The Bottom Line Atlas ATS and Perseus have partnered on a full-fledged Bitcoin offering for capital markets trading, including proprietary cold-storage and walleting integration and the eventual integration of derivatives based around the currency.
The partnership is driven by increased demand from both electronic traders and institutional investors looking to derive alpha and benefit from increased liquidity demands not already met by existing Bitcoin exchange venues.
Original Link: http://www.waterstechnology.com/buy-side-technology/analysis/2333353/perseus-and-atlas-ats-burnish-bitcoin-trading-target-buy-side
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SELLING: Skins2keys.com (complete site including domain and community) | $4000

Hello,
I'm selling my site.
Demo: http://skins2keys.com/proof.txt
Included in the sale is the domain, website as well as everything else associated with it (steam group, bot accounts etc).
Features:
Payment methods: Skrill, Bitcoin, CSGO skins, keys
Add me on steam: http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198018605257/
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Trying to provide insight in market volumes

Greetings,
I'm currently doing research at my university about the financial markets of cryptocurrencies. As part of that research I am building a web platform that provides insights (charts, etc) in the sizes of all crypto related markets and how they develop over time.
I aim to build something that can quickly answer questions (I see all the time):
So I do not intend to build a trading platform that can be used for trading itself.
I've made a small mockup of such an interface:
http://wizb.it/beta/volumes/3/
Thanks guys, with your help I can build something awesome for the community.
PS. I am the guy behind the Realtime Bitcoin Globe and I've written an open source tradebot called Gekko about a year ago
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To all the "BTC takes a hit and drags the entire Top 100 down with it" posts, and stupid media that just have no plan whatsoever:

When BTC "tanks","corrects" or "consolidates" for whatever reason, i have to facepalm at least once for every article i read. So here you go, the reason everything is dragged down with Bitcoin: First of all, In Exchanges you will find 99.5% of all trading is done by bots. For smaller cap altcoins, or the pennystocks of the cryptoverse, rarely, maybe a few times a day, someone comes in on one exchange or another and manually does a trade. Literally all the Volume you see is bots arbitraging every o´so little marketinefficiency. Those bots also react in clear and predictable patterns to big market movements, like some dude selling 100btc/minute for some time. Further, for most coins, a USD-Pair does not even exist. So if BTC tanks, the calculation for any of those coins Marketcap (99% of them) is based on their BTC-pair which is the cleanest peg possible. Tradebots then jump ship for altcoins, trade to btc and then btc to TetheDollar. So there you have it: Btc goes down 5% and almost all other coins tank 10-15% in the same time. its an automated mechanism that has NOTHING to do with the value of those projets and especially it is NOT TRADERS tanking the market. It´s little suckers with 2 bitcoins, that thought it a good idea to buy a tradebot for 500 Bucks to loose em some money. I hope this helps, if i´m totally wrong on any points, feel free to correct me.
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NOT A REHASH -- Much more details : Long on Bitcoin: Perseus and Atlas ATS Burnish Digital Currency, Target Market-Makers

Behind Paywall:
Despite recent headline-splashing travails, Bitcoin is steadily gaining reception among the world's largest market-makers and funds like Fort Hill Capital. Atlas, an alternative trading system, and network services provider Perseus are meeting that demand via the ATS's co-locations in New York, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
Perseus’ Digital Currency Initiative (DCI) was recently established to implement standards by which Bitcoin (BTC) should be supplied to the trading community. Already with $2 million revenue a little over a month after official launch, DCI is now officially online with Atlas, an ATS using a matching engine across traditional asset classes that works at a speed of 30 millionths of a second (30µs), and which has been working on Bitcoin since April of last year.
Atlas CEO Shawn Sloves says the partnership has come as buy sides are beginning to respond in earnest to demands—both internal and client-driven—to capture Bitcoin’s value and exploit its existing microstructure, known as “walleting.”
"There are probably 40 or 50 firms that have created Bitcoin funds for themselves or clients already," he tells Buy-Side Technology, pointing out Duxbury, Mass.-based Fort Hill Capital Management as one example where fund managers have invested their own money. "The Bitcoin index's value multiplied 56 times last year, the highest increase of any asset class—ever. They want the alpha, while for the traditional market-maker shops in equities and options, it's harder to make money today because of the regional nature of exchanges and the tremendous arbitrage that implies."
Alec Petro, founder and managing partner at Fort Hill, which owns interests across a family of funds and mutual fund companies managing $4 billion, says it's all part of a learning curve.
"Obviously, when we first entered the Bitcoin market as an investor, trader, then market maker, we understood well the speculative nature of Bitcoin as an asset. It's very hard to be a market participant without a reasonable stake in Bitcoin, and owning and trading BTC across many exchanges. It's risky, but we believe the risk-reward has been and continues to be attractive, and in the long term has the potential to have huge rewards to larger participants as the market evolves."
First Wave
Also among that first wave of Bitcoin pioneers, Sloves says, are prop shops, some of which will even have programmers writing Bitcoin applications in-house. "At the Securities Technology Analysis Center (STAC) Research conference last year in Chicago, we covered BTC and I was shocked to hear Miguel Rivera, CTO at Sun Trading, and guys from Tradebot Systems were already familiar and trading in Bitcoin in one shape or another," he says. "They're really looking at how to get in, how to do more of it, and going that direction really fast."
So, it's a great time to build a venue; details are the issue. As part of the project, Atlas has built an entirely "cold-storage" omnibus account structure, ensuring that only daily settlements are online at a given time, and uses multi-tiered architecture that is resilient to hackers. Accounting for Bitcoin's fractional shares options, covering its 180 different varieties, and designing a global order book that settles in real-time have all proved challenges too, according to Sloves, as Atlas has added the digital currency to its other markets.
"Bitcoin trades much like foreign exchange (FX) or commodities, in that its value is in storage. Trading in Bitcoin US Dollar or Euro acts a lot like FX pairs," he says. "The other piece for Atlas, in supporting traditional options, futures, and FX, is that there will be a real need to leg-in or out of orders, or enabling a Bitcoin-fiat conversion, for example, so we have integration with 20 ECNs and banks, and soon we'll be launching BTC derivative products like options and futures that help with hedging Bitcoin's price."
Achieving Stability
The focus, then, is on two different types of market participants: market-makers accumulating trading positions throughout the day on one hand, and investors like Fortress Investment Group, who were in early consultations with Atlas, on the other.
"With options, market-makers can create a market-neutral position; for example, if they're long on Bitcoin, they can run calls or put positions to hedge that exposure," Sloves says. "Likewise for a firm like Fortress, which will run a program over the course of 24 hours, see where they end up and then leg-in another contract to deal with leftover currency risk. Having those tools available will help Bitcoin's long-term adoption." Fort Hill's Petro—who previously headed up BNP Paribas' global FX derivatives business—says a venue like Atlas can potentially provide more liquidity and transparency in Bitcoin by aggregating multiple exchanges and enabling larger market players to take larger positions quicker with less market turbulence, thus reducing overall BTC volatility. "Hopefully as these markets evolve, and even get regulated, which we are hoping for, this increase in liquidity will reduce volatility—although it has gone down a lot already over the past six months, even though it doesn't seem like it—to a place where new market participants will feel comfortable to enter. We believe there will be a lot of demand for Bitcoin and BTC derivatives and options as the price continues to stabilize. We are in that process now, and we think it will continue as the market sheds its bad actors. With each exit of these bad actors, the market stabilizes more and more. BTC derivatives also allow market participants to hedge positions when they want; this will add more stability to the markets as well."
'Die Hard'
All of that can only happen, though, if underlying IT is made to feel safe. Counterparty identification, for know-your-customer (KYC) and anti-money laundering (AML) requirements, has risen in priority as criminal elements have presented themselves in the Bitcoin conversation. Protecting cold storage has, too.
Original Bitcoin exchanges—including the now-infamous defunct Mt. Gox—were designed with a single "hot wallet" that transfers all Bitcoins to cold storage; the “keys” to the cold storage could be compromised and stolen if the hot wallet were penetrated. Atlas went out of its way to design its architecture such that those keys can be dispersed across more than a thousand separate wallets.
Then there was connectivity, for which Perseus' DCI and 60 Hudson Street datacenter proved an ideal match. Jock Percy, Perseus CEO, points out that Atlas will be run off an entirely private network and a physical connection will be required to tap into the venue—all considerations that regulators have been keen to observe, even if oversight responsibility for the currency remains to be settled.
“We wanted to be really open about how we're doing this, providing not just a sense, but a real look into what we want to provide, and how it's delivered,” Percy says. “It could be done, but to disrupt our operations as built, you would have to pull off a Die-Hard-style heist. The reason why we need to keep dialogue open is that we really want this to succeed. Of course, there are profit opportunities for us in it, but however clichéd it might sound, there's also the chance for this to eventually change the way the world transacts." The Bottom Line Atlas ATS and Perseus have partnered on a full-fledged Bitcoin offering for capital markets trading, including proprietary cold-storage and walleting integration and the eventual integration of derivatives based around the currency.
The partnership is driven by increased demand from both electronic traders and institutional investors looking to derive alpha and benefit from increased liquidity demands not already met by existing Bitcoin exchange venues.
Original Link: http://www.waterstechnology.com/buy-side-technology/analysis/2333353/perseus-and-atlas-ats-burnish-bitcoin-trading-target-buy-side
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Trying to provide insight in market volumes

[X-post from /BitcoinMarkets]
Greetings,
I'm currently doing research at my university about the financial markets of cryptocurrencies. As part of that research I am building a web platform that provides insights (charts, etc) in the sizes of all crypto related markets and how they develop over time.
I aim to build something that can quickly answer questions (I see all the time):
So I do not intend to build a trading platform that can be used for trading itself.
I've made a small mockup of such an interface:
http://wizb.it/beta/volumes/3/
Thanks guys, with your help I can build something awesome for the community.
PS. I am the guy behind the Realtime Bitcoin Globe and I've written an open source tradebot called Gekko about a year ago
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Trying to provide insight in market volumes

[X-post from /bitcoinmarkets]
Greetings,
I'm currently doing research at my university about the financial markets of cryptocurrencies. As part of that research I am building a web platform that provides insights (charts, etc) in the sizes of all crypto related markets and how they develop over time.
I aim to build something that can quickly answer questions (I see all the time):
So I do not intend to build a trading platform that can be used for trading itself.
I've made a small mockup of such an interface:
http://wizb.it/beta/volumes/3/
Thanks guys, with your help I can build something awesome for the community.
PS. I am the guy behind the Realtime Bitcoin Globe and I've written an open source tradebot called Gekko about a year ago
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