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A MIAX Equities Exchange and the CFTC Connection: A Few More Words on LedgerX

Spencer Doar » 7.27.17

In case you missed the big news Monday, the CFTC approved LedgerX as a derivatives clearing organization.  Miami International Holdings, or MIH (parent company of MIAX), a partner and investor in the crypto exchange, put out its press release regarding the approval last night. The key takeaway from the release is a pretty big “Whoa!” stemming from this one-off line: “MIH secured similar rights for securities to be listed on its MIAX Equities Exchange, once launched.” There is not much information out there regarding this proposed exchange. All the web yields is a trademark filing from 2016 for “MIAX Equities.”...Read more

Rebates and Market Data: No Need to Reinvent the Wheel

Spencer Doar » 7.23.17

Setting the Stage for Regulatory Divergence

Spencer Doar » 7.16.17

On The Move: Vela Makes its second fintech acquisition in the last two months, acquiring Object Trading in addition to the OptionsCity deal that closed in June.

Sarah Rudolph » 7.13.17

Seismic Change: Developing Fintech in the Early Stages

Spencer Doar » 7.10.17

Jim Kharouf Made a Strong Statement

John Lothian » 7.9.17

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