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OTC Crypto Dark Pools

https://cyberian.digital/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Cyberian_Off_Exchange_Liquidity_Final.pdf Despite their expanding popularity for both crypto and equities, there is a trade-off that comes with using off-exchanges which investors must consider. The lack of transparency that is associated with these private platforms is often cited as a potential problem because it is perceived to affect the ability to get the best price. In his bestseller “Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt” author Michael Lewis lays out some of the predatory tactics used by HFTs to front-run large block trades performed in off-exchanges.
State Street launches digital asset pilot with Winklevoss-led Gemini Trust BackOffice

State Street launches digital asset pilot with Winklevoss-led Gemini Trust

https://bankinnovation.net/allposts/innovation/blockchain/state-street-launches-digital-asset-pilot-with-winklevoss-led-gemini-trust/ Suman Bhattacharyya - Bank Innovation "Traditional investors will more seamlessly be able to allocate capital in their portfolio to digital assets through trusted and regulated financial institutions — helping us build a better bridge the future of money,” said Winklevoss, in a statement."
Are Crypto Miners the Modern Hedgers? CryptoTrading

Are Crypto Miners the Modern Hedgers?

https://tabbforum.com/opinions/are-crypto-miners-the-modern-hedgers/ Thomas Chippas ErisX - "Miners, similar to traditional hedgers, are foundational elements of a well-functioning capital, commodity and commercial market. The act of mining is performed by high-powered computers that solve mathematical puzzles to produce digital assets such as bitcoin or Ether. Miners are rewarded with the respected coin and are similar to traditional hedgers in that they are looking to offset the market risk of their production related to price volatility and offsetting counterparties. This is a nearly identical use case to a traditional physical commodities producer that uses futures contracts to lock a price at the present for the future sale of the commodity. The producer foregoes the potential upside if the commodity increases in price beyond the settlement price of the futures contract but is also protected on the downside if the price falls."