Bitcoin Trading Volumes Across Crypto Exchanges See a Spike: Expert Opinion

Note: “This analysis is an adaptation from the work of Mati Greenspan, Senior Market Analyst at eToro
Key Highlights

Under pressure from SEC, Reality Shares withdraws its Bitcoin ETF
Technical and Fundamental Analysis stay disconnected in the crypto markets
Trading volumes across crypto exchanges see a spike

Crypto Trading Volumes spike across major exchanges
Well, the news of Reality Shares pulling out its ETF application got a mixed reaction on the street as many believed that more products built on bitcoin without backing are actually bad for the industry and they much prefer services like Bakkt or the proposed VanECK ETF that are actually backed up one for one with real bitcoin.
Even though the news of the pullout was sentimentally negative it did not impact the price much. This is how the price of the Bitcoin prices is behaving for quite a while as the fundamental analysis and technical analysis of Bitcoin stay disconnected. Fundamentally the crypto world is getting some great news about the growth but yet the patterns that are forming on the charts are decidedly bearish.
While the divergence continues, the trading volumes across crypto exchanges have recently seen a strong spike. The volumes during December 2018 was close to USD 10 billion per day, which was way below the current volume. Over last  24-hours, volumes across exchanges have reached $36 billion this morning, on a day with very little price movement. While this is a rare phenomenon one has to remember, this is an entirely new market that has only surpassed the $1 billion mark for the very first time in March 2017. This industry has basically grown from nothing into a global market place in just a few short years.
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In Industry First, Crypto Asset Manager Morgan Creek Raises Money from Pension Funds

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In Industry First, Crypto Asset Manager Morgan Creek Raises Money from Pension Funds

The $40 million investment fund of Morgan Creek will major focus on crypto investments along with other blockchain startups and token-based projects.

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US Public Pensions Diversifying into Morgan Creek’s New $40 Million Venture Fund

An institutional digital assets manager, a Morgan Creek Digital founded by the well-known face of the industry, Anthony Pompliano, has launched ‘Morgan Creek Blockchain Opportunities Fund’. Two prominent public pension funds have recently been contributed a small part of their assets to this largest investment pool – those are Fairfax County Police and Fairfax County Employees Pension Plans.
Public Pensions Fund into Crypto
Notably, the firm has successfully completed a total of $40 million blockchains based VC fund from Fairfax country police and employees. Although it was intended to raise $25 million, following the investor’s interest to the popularity of a round, the firm managed to double it up to $40 million. This fund is also a contribution from other participants including, private foundation, hospital system, university endowment, and an insurance company.

This morning our team at Morgan Creek Digital announced a new $40 million crypto venture fund anchored by two public pensions.
The institutions aren’t coming.
They’re already here. 🚀
— Pomp 🌪 (@APompliano) February 12, 2019

Interestingly, police officers and the employees of these bodies are likely looking for retirement in the urge to find a potential form of pension, the Bitcoin and Crypto. In fact the chief investment officer at Fairfax Country’s police officer’s retirement system, Katherine Molna stated in a statement;
“We feel it is important to be opportunistic and are excited to participate in this emerging opportunity.”
She embraced the trends of blockchain technology, saying that it is ‘being applied in unique and compelling ways across various industries’. Moreover, the investment terms are out of sight except that ‘the investment would serve as a special purpose vehicle’. Nevertheless, the co-founder of Morgan Creek Digital, Anthony Pompliano avoided further queries by saying that the ‘material amount of the fund is already invested’. In addition, he says;
“These are incredibly intelligent, long-term thinking, permanent capital allocators and so, they have a very different mindset than retail investors or some other capital allocators.”
Moreover, it is also revealed that the investors in this fund are more likely have exposure to major crypto giant including Bakkt, Coinbase and other various lesser-known firms such as Blockfi, RealBlocks, Open Finance Network, Namebase, Harbor, Digital Assets Data, CityBlock Capital and Good Money.
While appreciating the move, Etoro senior analyst Mati Greenspan also said that;
The timing just seems right for this type of action as well. With prices down 80% or more from the all-time high, now seems like a great time for managers of large investment funds to start dipping their toes in the water.
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Bakkt’s launch pushed to late 2019, informs CEO of Intercontinental Exchange [ICE]

Jeff Sprecher, the Chief Executive Officer of Intercontinental Exchange [ICE] announced that the firm’s digital asset platform, Bakkt will be expecting a launch later in 2019. Sprecher made this announcement during an earnings call on Thursday, reported the Toshi Times.
While discussing ICE’s financial results for Q4 and the year of 2018, Sprecher disclosed that the company spent over $1 billion on strategic initiatives, which also included its launch of the digital asset platform.
ICE is the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange and operates in 23 leading global exchanges. The Chief Financial Officer [CFO] of the company, Scott Hill, further shared his expectations on the investments Bakkt will be bringing in, as per its current financial review.
Hill said:
“And finally, our investment in Bakkt will generate $20 million to $25 million of expense based upon the run rate in the first quarter. We will update you on progress at Bakkt and the level of investment as we move through the year.”
When Sprecher was asked about the returns or revenue growth expected from the recent investments, including Bakkt, he described the crypto platform as a “moonshot bet” for ICE. He claimed:
“So it’s a bit of a moonshot bet and it’s been organized in a manner that is very different than the way ICE typically does businesses […] They’re well along in building out an infrastructure that I think you’ll see launch later this year.”
Sprecher clarified that Bakkt is independent of ICE as it has its own team and infrastructure. The CEO further informed that the project has independently garnered the attention of high-profile investors and partners, including Starbucks and Microsoft, reported CoinTelegraph.
The publication reported Hill concluding that Bakkt is more of a long-term project instead of a 2019-focused agenda. Hill said:
“I think Bakkt is really an investment […] That’s more about the future and revenue and market opportunities that we see in the future and less about 2019 topline”.
Bakkt was announced in August 2018 by ICE and was set to launch in early 2019. However, the date was postponed due to ongoing deliberations with the United States Commodity Futures and Trading Commission.
ICE had on 9 February announced the finalization of its acquisition of assets in futures commission merchant Rosenthal Collins Group.
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Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) Chief Confident About Future for Bakkt and Crypto 

The ongoing regulatory delays and hurdles imposed by the US government have not dampened the enthusiasm for crypto related products such as the highly anticipated Bakkt launch.
Bakkt Will be a ‘Moonshot Bet’
The Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) has recently announced its fourth quarter earnings which have beat some Wall Street predictions. Chief executive Jeffrey Sprecher took the opportunity to speak on the sterling performance and shed some light on the Bakkt crypto project. Seeking Alpha ran a full transcript of the conference call in which Sprecher referred to Bakkt as a “moonshot bet”.
Over a billion dollars has been spent on strategic investments in 2018, including the Bakkt crypto futures project, according to CFO Scott Hill. Sprecher added that Bakkt had raised over $180 million from ICE and twelve other investors and partners including Fortress Investment Group and Susquehanna International Group. He said that “as we look to 2019 and beyond we’re excited about the opportunities that lie ahead, not only for our core business but also for newer initiatives,” which includes Bakkt.
The launch delays have been largely the fault of the US government shutdown imposed by president Trump. The highly anticipated product has been seen as a major on-ramp for crypto as it includes some major players. The firm aims to create a crypto ecosystem to bring huge companies such as Starbucks and Microsoft into the crypto industry. Sprecher stated;
“That infrastructure has attracted a lot of very, very interesting companies that have come — some that have invested in Bakkt, some are just working with Bakkt to try to tap into that infrastructure for some new use cases that will involve blockchain and digital assets and other things that we can provide these people. Obviously, we’ve announced the Starbucks — our work with Starbucks and Microsoft. We have very, very large retail franchises global connectivity to end users that we hope will be brought into that ecosystem and could create a very, very valuable company out of that initiative if our business plan plays out.”
Regarding the Bakkt launch date there were no specifics mentioned, only that it is expected ‘later this year’. Last month the company revealed more details about its Bitcoin futures products. The Bakkt BTC (USD) Daily Future will be a 1 BTC contract that will be physically delivered.
Bakkt also announced the acquisition of assets from Rosenthal Collins Group (RCG) last month. The ‘back office’ infrastructure will be needed to develop the crypto ecosystem and ensure full security and a trusted fintech solution for its clients.
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Mike Novogratz: All the Big Macro Funds Should Hold at Least Small Percentage in Bitcoin

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Mike Novogratz: All the Big Macro Funds Should Hold at Least Small Percentage in Bitcoin

Mike Novogratz, the chief executive of the TSX-listed Galaxy Digital, made a surprising remark that came straight out of left field saying that he doesn’t understand why large macro funds don’t have a 1% position in Bitcoin (BTC).

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Bitcoin [BTC]: Is Bakkt Really Coming in 2019? New Launch Date is Now “Later This Year”

The launch of Bakkt that was to first go live in August 2018 and then rescheduled for late January will be now coming “later this year,” according to the CEO of International Exchange (ICE), Jeff Sprecher.
Bakkt is a Moonshot Bet for ICE
During the earnings call dedicated to the financial results of ICE for quarter 4 and the entire year of 2018. Jeff Sprecher, ICE’s CEO shared that over $1 billion has been spent by the company on strategic initiatives along with the launch of its highly anticipated digital asset platform, Bakkt.  
The parent company of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) operates a number of leading global exchanges and is now set to enter the crypto space. Scott Hill, the CFO of the company, further talked about the expenses that will be incurred by Bakkt.
“And finally, our investment in Bakkt will generate $20 million to $25 million of expense based upon the run rate in the first quarter. We will update you on progress at Bakkt and the level of investment as we move through the year.”
Bakkt that according to Sprecher is independent of ICE due to the fact that it has its own office, infrastructure and management team. ICE is also putting big faith in the platform as they characterize the crypto platform as a “moonshot bet” when asked about the expected revenue growth from its recent investments along with Bakkt. Sprecher had this to say,
“So it’s a bit of a moonshot bet and it’s been organized in a manner that is very different than the way ICE typically does businesses […] They’re well along in building out an infrastructure that I think you’ll see launch later this year.”
Bakkt at Work: Acquisition and Hiring
Sprecher further emphasized that the infrastructure of the project had already attracted various high-profile investors. Moreover, Bakkt has acquired Rosenthal Collins Group as the official announcement reads,
“With today’s closing of our transaction with Rosenthal Collins Group, we welcome great new team members to Bakkt RCG’s remarkable heritage, culture and expertise will help us build out a trusted institutional infrastructure for digital assets.”
In addition to the acquisition, Bakkt has also hired two top executives viz. Erik Haas, the Director of Compliance who will move in from ICE and Rachel Ford as the Strategic Operations Manager from Techstars.
Bakkt has 10 positions opened in Sales, Finance, and Engineering for different locations viz. San Francisco, New York, Atlanta, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, London, and Tel Aviv.
Hill further shared that, Bakkt is a long term project and not just a 2019 focused program,
“I think Bakkt is really an investment […] That’s more about the future and revenue and market opportunities that we see in the future and less about 2019 topline.”
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Bakkt Is Our ‘Moonshot Bet’ Says ICE CEO, Plans to Launch the Platform Later This Year

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Bakkt Is Our ‘Moonshot Bet’ Says ICE CEO, Plans to Launch the Platform Later This Year

ICE CEO Jeff Sprecher talked about how his team is working diligently for the launch of Bakkt and why he continues to hold utmost faith in Bitcoin.

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Bakkt furthers acquisitions, pushes for increased manpower in anticipation of imminent launch

Bakkt, the highly anticipated digital asset exchange backed by the New York Stock Exchange [NYSE] and the Intercontinental Exchange [ICE] has announced that it has acquired the Rosenthal Collins Group [RCG] in order to increase their staff ahead of their launch.
Announced via a tweet, the digital assets platform acknowledged the rich heritage and experience that the RCG will bring. The Rosenthal Collins Group is a futures brokerage business, headquartered in Chicago with several institutional grade services like trade execution, risk management, market commentary and others provided by the company founded in 1923.
The tweet in full read:
“With today’s closing of our transaction with Rosenthal Collins Group, we welcome great new team members to Bakkt RCG’s remarkable heritage, culture and expertise will help us build out a trusted institutional infrastructure for digital assets.”
The RCG group had affirmed in December 2018 that they were planning on selling their customer accounts to Marex Spectron, but then the digital assets platform steeped in to increase its foothold in the market and set its sight on acquiring RCG.
Kelly Loeffler, the CEO of Bakkt informed their investors and the larger community that are waiting anxiously for the launch, regarding the acquisition of RCG back in mid-January when the decision was taken.
In addition to the news of the acquisition, Bakkt also announced the introduction of two-top executives. Erik Haas, the new Director of Compliance will move in from the Intercontinental Exchange [ICE], a primary backer of ICE, and will bring with him nine years of experience dealing with regulators. The platform also welcomed Rachel Ford from Techstars as the Strategic Operations Manager.
Additionally, Bakkt has a further 10 positions opened in the fields of Engineering, Finance, and Sales. The positions are available for the following locations, Atlanta, New York, San Francisco, London, Tel Aviv, Singapore, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Tokyo.
Bakkt was set to launch in January 2019 based on last year’s developments with the concerned authorities but due to the government shutdown in the United States, the platform’s launch will be delayed. The 35-day government shutdown which is now on pause prevented Bakkt from seeking the necessary approval from the Commodities Future Trading Commission [CFTC] to launch their platform and is now looking to launch the product in the first quarter of 2019 i.e. between January to March.
Some Twitter users didn’t take too kindly to Bakkts’ constant delay in their launch, with a user @TheyLive22 tweeting:
“Scam. We know BAKKT is being used as a tool to bring down the price of Bitcoin, by pushing back the release date. People behind BAKKT figure if BTC starts to rally, they can say BAKKT has been denied/it’s release date is being pushed back to cause a drop in the Bitcoin price.”
A twitter user @xrp_australia, once again, warned Bakkt not to delay the launch, adding that if they do, other competitors will take the institutional investors:
“An old saying goes if you snooze you loose. If they don’t pull their finger out soon Fidelity and SBI will be taking all the cream.”
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Fake Bakkt platform announces launch and ‘promises’ 27.5% return on investments; gets red-flagged

In what would be another addition in the list of unusual news this year, someone or some parties have been caught red-handed impersonating the exchange platform Bakkt. The act was uncovered after someone claiming to represent Bakkt sent emails to news agencies and appealed for funds.
In what seems to have been a coordinated attempt at outreach, the party, claiming to represent Bakkt, sent emails to several people and organizations in the cryptocurrency world last night. The email, sent by a Gmail address (a red flag already), stated:
Source: Cryptonlinenews.com
The email also includes a link that redirects the user to a webpage, bakktplatform.io, supposedly the homepage for the endeavor. The page in question invites and solicits all investors to join the platform if they “believe in the future of the cryptocurrency market”. The platform seeks $50 million in what it claims to be the second round of Bakkt fundraising and asked investors to make contributions to the platform’s Bitcoin wallet through a minimum transaction value of $100 and a maximum of $25,000.
The platform in question also promises its investors a guaranteed 27.5% return on their investments. The homepage also goes on to announce a launch date of March 12, despite the fact that no such date for Bakkt has been announced on any other media anywhere.
Source: bakktplatform.io
Like the email, the page itself has a lot of red flags. The home page, which is now archived, is littered with spelling and grammatical mistakes. The language apart, it displays no information or links to any of the exchanges the platform claims to be partners with. Further, some investigations have suggested that the website was launched on the back of a domain-owner obscuring service, further implicating the party behind the website as an impostor.
Source: bakktplatform.io
Intercontinental Exchange, the parent company behind Bakkt, has already confirmed the fact that the platform is a fraud and that there has been no communication between them and the party behind bakktplatform.io.
As of now, no coin has been verified to have been sent to the Bitcoin wallet address in question. In fact, considering how bad the scammers in question have been at trying to impersonate Bakkt,  it doesn’t seem like anyone is going to fall for this fraud.
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Bitcoin Will Gain More Than 80% Throughout 2019, New Study Explains Why

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Bitcoin Will Gain More Than 80% Throughout 2019, New Study Explains Why

Despite the persistent crypto winter, a panel of financial markets analysts in Australia predicted that Bitcoin will rise by over 80% throughout 2018 fueled by several short-term catalysts.

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Expert Opinion: Bitcoin ETF Clock Resets Itself as VanECK resubmits Application to SEC

“This analysis is an adaptation from the work of Mati Greenspan, Senior Market Analyst at eToro”
Key Highlights:

VanECK resubmits bitcoin ETF application
With this resubmission VanECK buys time
The decision’s new date stands somewhere in August and September

VanECK resets the countdown for Bitcoin ETF approval via a proven masterstroke
Well, the much-anticipated Bitcoin ETF, whose application was pulled out by VanECK last week, has been resubmitted bringing in fresh due dates for the application. The master move from VanECK is clearly a great way buy time and make things work in one’s favor. The first application had a hard deadline for the SEC to approve or reject it by February 27th. By starting the application process over, they’re basically buying themselves a lot more time.
If the previous process was any indication, the world could be looking at a final answer from the SEC by August or September. In the meantime, that should give plenty of time for the market to mature in the way that the SEC is looking for. By then we will likely have a running service by Bakkt, bitcoin futures on the Nasdaq, and a trading and storage platform from Fidelity.
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Will Fidelity’s New Institutional Crypto Products Boost Markets?

A major financial institution getting involved in cryptocurrencies is usually big news. With the prolonged US government shutdown hampering a number of long awaited crypto funds, large investment companies are seeking alternative ways to enter crypto markets.
Fidelity Crypto Custody Coming
According to Bloomberg Fidelity Investments is planning to launch its Bitcoin custody services in March. The mutual fund giant is hoping to ease the fears that institutional investors may have about the highly volatile and somewhat technical world of crypto trading. The delayed Bakkt and VanEk crypto funds have put the brakes on any hopes investors may have had about entering the space as early as February.
The firm initially announced an array of crypto based products for institutional investors back in October. Citing ‘three people familiar with the matter’ the report added that Bitcoin storage is likely to be the first offering shortly followed by a custody service. An official company statement yesterday added;
“We are currently serving a select set of eligible clients as we continue to build our initial solutions. Over the next several months, we will thoughtfully engage with and prioritize prospective clients based on needs, jurisdiction and other factors.”
The need for crypto custody arises from the risks involved of leaving investments with crypto exchanges. There were a number of high profile hacks during 2018, with Coincheck being the largest at over $500 million. These security breaches do not instill confidence in institutional investors who need to be safe in the knowledge that their crypto investments are securely stashed with a reputable finance firm. Fidelity, one of the world’s largest providers of retirement savings and mutual funds, aims to fill that niche by offering such a service.
It is not the first foray into crypto for Fidelity as CEO Abigail Johnson has been a Bitcoin proponent for several years. The firm’s Fidelity Digital Asset division aims to attract Wall Street whales to crypto markets by offering a safe haven for their assets via cryptographic key management. The company already has a huge reach working with over 13,000 financial institutions.
Fidelity could provide the first serious on-ramp for high rollers with the launch of its services in March. With markets on the floor, now would be a much more lucrative time to get in than in December 2017 when the first two Bitcoin hedge funds were launched by CME and CBOE. Those looking to invest now will be longing for such a product and Fidelity could be the catalyst to start markets moving upwards again.
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Bakkt Announces Details of Bitcoin Futures Contracts

The much anticipated Bakkt platform by the Intercontinental Exchange has today announced further details about its Bitcoin Futures product that was due to launch today. The forthcoming exchange platform will be offering physically delivered daily futures contracts with an aim to bring greater regulatory oversight to Bitcoin price discovery.
The contracts will be traded in BTC/USD and will use the ICE’s electronic trading platform. However, Bakkt itself is still pending full regulatory approval.
Bakkt Gives Investors First Glimpses of Opening Product
The Intercontinental Exchange has posted a list of details about the highly anticipated Bakkt platform’s first product. The venture, which is expected by many to become a one-stop-crypto-shop of sorts and aiding in regulated price discovery, is starting out by offering one day, physically delivered Bitcoin futures.
Although there is nothing too dramatic in the details published earlier, for anyone hoping to trade using the Bakkt platform, they should provide further insight into the nature of the product offered.
According to the Market Specifications released today, the trading screen product name for the Bitcoin contracts offered by the platform will be the “Bakkt BTC (USD) Daily Future”. Each contract will be a 1 BTC in size. Prices will be quoted in US dollars up to two decimal places. The minimum price fluctuation will be $2.50 per contract, reducing to 1c per Bitcoin on block trades of 10 BTC or more. There will also be no upper limit on daily prices and fees will be charged at 50c (incorporating both exchange and clearing) per side of a trade.  There will, however, be a position limit of 100,000 lots in any one contract date.
The trading times for the Bakkt platform will be between 20:00 and 18:00, with a pre-open at 19:55. Meanwhile, daily settlement will occur between 16:58 and 17:00 each day. All times are in Eastern Prevailing Time. To oversee the delivery of these futures contracts, a regulated custody solution, known as the Bakkt Warehouse, will be used.
Additionally, the Bakkt platform is looking for experienced members of staff to help bring its vision of a fully regulated Bitcoin trading venue to light. Details can be found at the platform’s Twitter account:

We're hiring: https://t.co/CZ86BflOe4
— Bakkt (@Bakkt) January 22, 2019

Bakkt Forging Ahead Whilst Still Pending Approval
The Bakkt platform was first announced last summer to great excitement. The fact that the Intercontinental Exchange (the owner of the New York Stock Exchange) is behind it has stamped an air of legitimacy over the Bitcoin space for many. At the time of the announcement, the mention of the likes of Microsoft and Starbucks being involved in the platform in some capacity also generated anticipation.
Since then, those behind the project have been working hard to flesh out the final details for launch. This has included raising a massive $182.5 million from its first round of funding.
The platform itself was due to launch in mid-December but owing to an underestimation of the processes requiring finalising prior to the platform’s first day trading, the opening date was put back to today back in November of last year.
However, since then yet another major stumbling block has hindered the opening of Bakkt. The platform is yet to gain regulatory approval from the Commodities Futures Trading Commission. This has meant that the launch has had to be postponed until such approval is secured. With today’s publishing of final product details, however, it seems that the Bakkt platform is now only waiting for a green light from the CFTC for it to finally open for business.
 
Related Reading: BitPay CEO: Fidelity and Bakkt Will Drive Next Major Bitcoin Rally
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Top 5 Crypto and Blockchain Events We’re All Waiting for in 2019

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Top 5 Crypto and Blockchain Events We’re All Waiting for in 2019

While that the cryptocurrency industry is going through a very rough phase, here are the five events expected to set the growth trajectory of the crypto market in 2019.

Top 5 Crypto and Blockchain Events We’re All Waiting for in 2019

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