Decentralized exchanges, or DEXs as popularly called, are one of the hottest topics in the crypto space in 2020, growing from niche obscurities as early as 2017 to boasting billions of dollars in daily volumes across 100s of crypto trade pairs this year.
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Cryptocurrency exchange FTX has announced the launch of quarterly futures on stocks, allowing users to trade with up to 100x leverage on Tesla, Google, Netflix, Amazon, Apple, Pfizer, and Alibaba stock futures.
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Traders in the crypto market are increasingly betting on the outcome of the contested United States election.
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Following the OKEx founder’s arrest that resulted in over 200,000 BTC being caught in limbo due to him being the sole holder of the multi-sig withdraw keys, Bitcoin investors have been wary of holding their coins on centralized exchanges.
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The popularity of decentralized exchanges (DEXs) has grown multifold in 2020, marked by the public interest in the broader DeFi sector and the demand for non-custodial crypto solutions.
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According to the data from Skew, Binance Futures now has the most liquid Bitcoin perpetual swap contract.
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Bybit, the top six Bitcoin futures exchange by open interest and daily volume, is integrating the price feeds of Chainlink (LINK).
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