GSR is excited to join the Defi Alliance, which originally launched in April 2020.
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Defi has had explosive growth in August in what has been a volatile month for the emerging yield farming niche within the crypto ecosystem.
GSR has partnered with SUKU as a market maker and to assist with the formation of the SUKU OTC market.
After a prolonged range bound state, Bitcoin finally steamed ahead briefly crossing the $11,400 mark on July 27th. Bitcoin started off the month at $9,100 after months of low volatility and minimal price action only to move aggressively through the $10,000 resistance in the last week of July. At the
Bitcoin (BTC) started June with a push over $10,000 and finished the month at $9,190 down 10.5%.
The aftermath of the halving and the search for yield in a limited accessible loan/low interest rate world, put tremendous selling pressure on BTC volatility.
GSR expands its global trading leadership team with former Citadel and UOB executives, as well as hires across trading, engineering, business development, and HR.
For the last number of weeks Bitcoin has shown strong support at both $9,200 and $8,800, acting as a foundation for continued attempts at breaching $10,000.
After the quickest bear market drop in Wall Street’s history in March, Bitcoin has fully recovered. US stocks notched their biggest monthly rally in April since 1987, cutting the coronavirus-driven losses on the S&P 500 to about 10% year to date. This is due to the unprecedented speed and
The world economy has now entered a substantial recession due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The S&P 500 recorded a 20% drop in just 13 days, twice as fast as The Crash of 1929. This is the quickest bear market drop in financial history. With no liquidity in sight, every asset class saw substantial
Like futures, the launch of bitcoin options on major exchanges has been met with anticipation. Hopeful observers believe the CME’s and Bakkt’s entry into the burgeoning options market will further encourage institutional participation. It will — but not necessarily in the way they expect.