Leading crypto derivatives platform BitMEX has continued to support new cryptocurrencies after promising to do so earlier this year. The firm recently announced the addition of three new futures contracts for its users.
BitMEX has been a subject of much scrutiny over recent weeks due to the U.S. CFTC announcing it is charging the exchange and its co-founders. The exchange’s parent company, 100x, subsequently went through an executive restructuring to instate new executives.
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BitMEX Adds Three New Trading Pairs
Announced on October 22nd, BitMEX plans on adding quanto future contracts for three crypto assets: Binance Altcoin
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‘ href=”https://www.newsbtc.com/dictionary/altcoin/”>Altcoinprice. This allows traders to long or short each Coin
‘ href=”https://www.newsbtc.com/dictionary/coin/”>coinor USDT. Traders post margin in XBT, and earn or lose XBT as the future’s price changes.”
BitMEX intends on adding “several more Coin