Institutional Crypto Trading On-Exchange, Part 2: Building an Institutional-Grade Ecosystem

The increasing involvement of institutional investors in the crypto markets will transform the trading ecosystem. To improve efficiencies for traders, crypto exchanges will need to cooperate to offer institutional-grade services, such as session netting, says Dave Weisberger, co-founder and CEO, CoinRoutes, in part 2 of his interview with TABB Group founder and research chairman Larry Tabb. They discuss the controversy around rehypothecation and intraday leverage, the emergence of crypto dark pools, and fallout from the “crypto winter” among traditional investors, and Weisberger explains why he thinks all assets eventually will be traded using crypto market structure.


View Part 1 of David Weisberger’s interview, “How to Navigate the Fragmented Crypto Market.”


Interviewer: Larry Tabb

Source: TABB TV

Categories: Currencies & Commodities, Derivatives, Equities, Fintech / Crypto, Fixed Income, Regulatory

Topics: Clearing and settlement, Data management, Derivatives trading, Equity trading, FX trading, IT governance/infrastructure, Market structure: Exchanges, ATSs, ECNs, Other, Regulations, Risk management, Trade Process Analysis, Trading technology infrastructure, Trading volumes, Transaction cost research

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