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Intercontinental Exchange’s Digital Asset Platform Bakkt Set to Begin Trading in December 2018

Bakkt, a U.S.-based digital asset platform created by Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE:ICE) the operator of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), is set to begin trading this upcoming December. Bakkt is designed to enable consumers and institutions to seamlessly buy, sell, store and spend digital assets. The… Read More

China Fintech Samoyed Files for NYSE IPO

Samoyed Holding Limited, a China based Fintech, has filed to trade shares on the New York Stock Exchange. Samoyed is one of a growing number of Chinese Fintechs seeking a listing on a US exchange. The Form F-1 has been filed with the Securities and… Read More

X Financial on IPO: We Have Built One of the Strongest Fintech Businesses in China

Earlier today, China based X Financial (NYSE:FXE) traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in its initial public offering raising approximately $104.5 million as 11 million shares were floated at $9.50/share. The shares quickly jumped higher in early trading and eventually closed about 25%… Read More

China: Fintech / Peer to Peer Lender X Financial Trades on NYSE

Chinese peer to peer lending platform X Financial (NYSE: XYF) completed its initial public offering (IPO) today trading shares on the New York Stock Exchange. Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. and Morgan Stanley & Co. were joint book runners on the IPO. The IPO saw the Class… Read More

Surprise! SEC Stays Rejection of Bitcoin ETFs Pending Review

An SEC decision to disapprove the listing of several Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) on the New York Stock Exchange(NYSE) has been stayed pending review. Commissioner Hester Pierce announced the stay yesterday on Twitter. The SEC had ruled the day before to deny a rule change… Read More

SEC Delays Another Decision on a Bitcoin ETF Until Late September

The SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) announced yesterday that it will take a full 90 days to decide on a rule change that may permit VanEck SolidX to take a Bitcoin ETF to market. The latest request for a rule change came from the Chicago Board… Read More

Bakkt: Owner of New York Stock Exchange ICE Announces Major Digital Assets Venture, Starbucks as Partner

A major announcement today from the owner of the New York stock exchange conveyed by Fortune magazine is being viewed as something of a blockbuster in crypto circles. Jeffry Sprecher, founder and CEO of Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE:ICE), is seeking approval for a venture ICE is… Read More

Reg A+ 2.0: Tripoint Global – Banq will Offer Security Tokens

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Tripoint Global, a boutique investment bank based in Manhattan, and its online capital formation platform Banq – have been leaders in the Reg A+ crowdfunding space since the beginning. When the  rules were quite new, Mark Elenowitz, CEO of Tripoint, was quick to recognize the potential… Read More

Gemini Crypto Exchange Scoops New York Stock Exchange Chief

Cameron Winklevoss, co-owner of New York-based Gemini Digital Asset Exchange, has announced the organization’s placement of its first Chief Technology Officer (CTO). The new position will be filled by Robert Cornish, who, at the time of writing, is still Chief Information Officer at the New… Read More

The SEC is Reviewing Whether to List Bitcoin ETFs on CBOE

The Securities and Exchange Commission filed an “Order Instituting Proceedings” to determine if they should approve the listing of shares of the GraniteShares Bitcoin ETF and the GraniteShares Short Bitcoin ETF on the CBOE BZX Exchange. This is similar to a process that was initiated last… Read More

Darren Marble, CEO of CrowdfundX: Reg A+ is Transformational, Predicts Big Things in 2018 for Blockchain Based Companies, Cautions on Crowdfunding Platforms

Darren Marble is CEO and founder of CrowdfundX – a firm that provides a modern spin on financial marketing for the new world of Fintech and online capital formation. Early on, Marble recognized the potential of Reg A+ crowdfunding in the US, as created by Title… Read More

NYSE Files with the SEC to List Two Bitcoin ETFs

Multiple reports are indicating the NYSE (NYSE:ICE) has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to list to Proshares Bitcoin ETFs. CNBC said the funds would track the Bitcoin Futures contracts trading on the CBOE and CME. Both contracts only recently launched. Brown Brothers Harriman… Read More

China: WeiyangX Fintech Review

A Unified Credit Rating System is On the Way People’s Bank of China, China’s central bank, has made plans to launch a united platform by the end of 2017 for collecting personal credit information and assessing people’s credit ratings. Setting up this platform means the… Read More

PPDAI IPOs at $13 Share

Chinese online lender PPDAI traded on the NYSE under ticker PPDF today after pricing shares at $13 each for their initial public offering. The IPO raised $221 million for the peer to peer lending platform with Credit Suisse and Citi acting as lead managers.  PPDAI… Read More

SEC & NYU Partner on Event Tackling Moribund IPO Market

The Securities and Exchange Commission is partnering with New York University on an event tackling the topic of the declining initial public offering market (IPO). Organized under the auspices of the SEC’s Division of Economic Risk Analysis (DERA), the half day dialogue is being held… Read More

Where to List Your Shares? OTC Markets Says it Offers All the Benefits of NYSE MKT at Half the Cost

The advent of new securities exemptions has created opportunity for various sectors of finance. Beyond the fact that issuing companies now have new alternatives for raising capital, and a broader group of investors may gain access to early stage companies, there is a question of… Read More

Mark Elenowitz of TriPoint Global: Reg A+ is the Future of IPOs

There has been a lot of buzz within the investment community regarding the updated exemption created under Title IV of the JOBS Act.  Regulation A+, or just Reg A+, was crafted by the SEC and Congress to allow issuers to raise up to $50 million… Read More

Myomo Files for Reg A+ Offer. Expects to List on NYSE Following Funding Round

Myomo, a medical robotics company whose products enable users to overcome upper extremity paralysis, has filed a Form 1-A with the SEC indicating its intent to raise money under Reg A+, a crowdfunding exemption that allows issuers to seek up to $50 million in capital…. Read More

OnDeck CEO Noah Breslow Shares His Innovative Vision for Marketplace Lending: Transforming How Money Flows

“We are extremely excited by the possibilities of the next decade in the alternative finance market… OnDeck’s vision is to transform how money flows to small businesses by leveraging our platform to provide capital on demand for small business owners. The data flowing through a small… Read More

Venture Exchanges Discussed in Senate Banking Sub-Committee

In a broad ranging discussion on Capitol Hill today, the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs subcommittee addressed the issue of Venture Exchanges. Recently there has been a growing amount of discourse on the Hill, and within the offices of the SEC, regarding the propriety and… Read More

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