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24 September 2021
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What are the Best Exchanges for Crypto Margin Trading?

Wallstreet Survivor

08/02/2021 - 20:14

Bitcoin (BTC) and other digital currencies can actually be leveraged multiple times on certain trading platforms. Let’s explore the best exchanges for crypto margin trading online. Leveraged trading is commonly employed in the stock market. Simply put, a leveraged position allows a trader to deposit a small amount of capital to trade a much larger Read More... The post What are the Best Exchanges for Crypto Margin Trading? appeared first on Wall Street Survivor.


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  2. Crypto: Crypto traders blame bitcoin’s Tuesday tumble partly on glitches at exchanges and a $44 million sale order (07/09/2021 - Market Watch)
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  3. Bitcoin Alert! Govt says crypto gains taxable as income, GST applicable on services by crypto exchanges (28/03/2021 - Financial Express)
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  4. Coinbase on Nasdaq: What the landmark listing means for Indian crypto startups, investors, ecosystem (14/04/2021 - Financial Express)
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  5. : ‘A lot of people are going to get hurt,’ on unregistered crypto exchanges, SEC’s Gensler says (21/09/2021 - Market Watch)
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  6. Startups, exchanges haunted again by fear of likely crypto ban; suggest steps to protect investors (16/03/2021 - Financial Express)
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  7. Is stock market cap getting pooled into crypto? (14/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    "As of December 31, 2019, the total market capitalization of all stocks worldwide was approximately US$70.75 trillion." - wiki My concern is that money is being pooled out of the stock market and into the crypto market. I'm not sure if I'm in an echo chamber from AI figuring out I need more content related to crypto, but thats all my electronic info feeds give me making me believe crypto is hot af right now. Then I see the trading volumes for these coins and its high af, along with the market cap of some of these coins. At the same time, my stocks are getting shat on; I'm getting margin called ffs. I'm at the point where I'm considering selling all my stocks. so question is: to what degree can we attribute the recent stock market headwind to the recent crypto tailwind?   submitted by   /u/hamidabuddy [link]   [comments]
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  8. Breaking down banks vs crypto exchanges: What latest salvo by lenders mean for red-hot sector, its users (24/05/2021 - Financial Express)
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  12. South Korea May Shut Down All Crypto Exchanges (26/04/2021 - Investing.com)

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  15. A UK-Based Digital Bank Suspends All Payments To Crypto Exchanges (30/05/2021 - Investing.com)

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  16. 60+ South Korean crypto exchanges set to suspend operations next week: Reuters (17/09/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  17. Binance-owned Indian crypto exchange WazirX crosses $200m in daily trading volume; eyes $1b in 2021 (04/04/2021 - Financial Express)
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  18. Elizabeth Warren calls out Crypto Exchanges for shutting off at the same... (15/09/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  19. What trading/research tool are you missing? (24/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  23. Crypto: A 29-year old crypto billionaire has Goldman, CME Group in his crosshairs as his exchanges aims to surpass Coinbase (14/07/2021 - Market Watch)
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  24. Pay off Margin (18/08/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  25. Question about margin and day trading equity requirements (23/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Can you use margin to meet your 25k day trading equity requirement? For example you have 15k and then you borrow 15k from your brokerage on margin, so then have you met the minimum requirement for equity at 30k?   submitted by   /u/majonee15 [link]   [comments]
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  26. Applying for Margin Account (15/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I currently have a cash account with fidelity and I plan to apply for a margin account not to use it for trading with margin, but to be able to day trade without worrying about settlement dates and good faith violations. I just wanted to confirm if this is possible. For instance, buying a stock and selling same day and doing the same next day in a margin account without taking any loan and having any interest charge. I was told a margin account would let you do that.   submitted by   /u/haybah [link]   [comments]
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  27. Crypto’s ! (16/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  28. Question about transferring brokerages with margin (29/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  29. Does offering more shares mean the stock is gonna dip? (10/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  30. Cryptos: Overstock CEO says Coinbase, Robinhood are in its crosshairs as it builds out rival crypto trading venue (20/04/2021 - Market Watch)
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  31. Eli5: Margin call? (05/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So i had $6169.98 of cash in my trading account that I used to buy shares of a certain stock. However, I made a mistake and bought them on margin instead for $6188.46. Today, the price dropped significantly and I subsequently received an email for a margin call that is due in 4 days. My question is how can i get rid of this margin debt? If I add $300 cash in my account, would that resolve the margin call? It says in the email that i have a house call due for $6188.46 despite using $6169.98 in cash? Ps: I wanted to learn option so i requested for that to be activated in my account. However, I guess that included activating margin as well. I never intend to trade on margin. Any advice would be appreciated.   submitted by   /u/Athrun360 [link]   [comments]
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  32. How does crypto tracking work? (16/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I'm new to crypto and have been reading as much as possible about it, but this doesn't make sense to me. From what I understand, one of the benefits of crypto is that it's transparent and tracable. Yes, I can look up any transaction I want, but how do I know who it belongs to? The transactions are completely anonymous, so I'm not understanding how this is beneficial. For example, if someone was using crypto for nefarious means, how would anyone track that back to the source? How would we know if a politician was the one doing shady stuff with crypto? How would we know if it was a billionaire using crypto to manipulate the market? Thanks in advance for replying to this. And I'm a huge nerd, so if you have any books or resources that dive into this, I'd appreciate it.   submitted by   /u/mstzbootman [link]   [comments]
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  33. Question: Stocks on 2 different exchanges how are the prices related? (08/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    So I tried asking on r/stocks but I don’t think I worded my question correctly so I’m trying again. If there is a stock listed on 2 different exchanges, in this case I’m looking at RNSFF and ROE (they are both the same company), there is often a significant gap between the two of them (one was at +4% and the other was at +0%). My question is how are the values priced between the two? A lot of people mentioned arbitrage and arbitrageurs but I want to know, NOT taking arbitrage into account, is there some mechanism that keeps the stocks values equivalent to each other? I’m NOT talking about arbitrage. I’m wondering if the way the stocks are actually priced (how the system comes up with the $ amount value for the stocks) is synchronized in any way? So does the value shown for the stock on the TSX have any correlation with the stock on the NASDAQ? So like if the stock on the TSX goes up +5% and the stock stays the same price on the NASDAQ at +0% do the two exchanges end up averaging out the value somehow or are they completely separate systems which aren’t linked at all? Common sense would dictate that if a share on one exchange was going for $5 and it was going for $2 on the other and both exchanges had the same number of shares then it would average out at $3.50. Maybe a bit lower if one of them is Canadian. And then at some point it would be updated to that amount on both exchanges. Is that the case though? So do different exchanges that have listings for the same company somehow balance numbers between the two of them and talk to each other? Right now people are telling me that without arbitrageurs there is no system in place to keep the shares equally priced. Is that true? And they could theoretically drift apart infinitely? Or is that false? And the two exchanges will average out the price per share based on the share price on both exchanges and the share count between the two of them?   submitted by   /u/TheSqueezeHasSquozen [link]   [comments]
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  34. LRC can make everyone Rich! (02/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  35. Coinbase IPO. A stock tied to the 3 year long bear markets and volatility of Crypto without, at least, providing an occasional x10. (26/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  36. Crypto: Bitcoin heads toward lowest level in 2021 as crypto’s slide continues with stock-market rout (20/07/2021 - Market Watch)
    Bitcoin trades under pressure Monday, with the world's No. 1 crypto trading near its lowest level since Jan. 1, according to data compiled by Dow Jones Market Data.
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  37. Robinhood’s revenue more than doubles to $565 million last quarter on huge surge in crypto trading (18/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  38. I don't understand the hate towards crypto (31/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  39. Crypto: Shiba Inu soars over 25% Friday as dogecoin copycat makes Coinbase debut (17/09/2021 - Market Watch)
    Meme coin Shiba Inu was seeing its price surge on Friday, with the crypto trending high in social-media circles, less than a day after Coinbase Global launched trading of the dogecoin copycat on its trading platform.
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  40. Help with new investor? (11/09/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  41. Crypto: What new crypto tax rules would mean for average investors and miners (02/08/2021 - Market Watch)
    Experts tell MarketWatch that the average crypto investor who uses a centralized exchange like Coinbase COIN or Kraken to buy and sell crypto assets should expect the IRS to know exactly how much money they made on those transactions, if the bill becomes law.
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  42. Interested in buying my first crypto ever, advice and help needed. Have no idea what to do. (26/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  43. Bullish (coinbase competitor) and FPAC. Key supporters include Peter Thiel and former NYSE president. (11/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Introduction (note: Due to r/stock rules of not allowing images they are not attached but I have included these images in other posts I've made on Bullish. These images include a timeline to market, institutional holdings, Bullish welcome kit, current chart, and news articles.) (edit: Bullish is currently in closed pilot until the first week of Sept.) Start with Coinbase and add margin, leverage, options and futures. Then take the DeFi exchanges and make the interface accessible for beginner DeFi users in addition to adding know your customer and anti-money laundering regulations (KYC/AML) which will allow large institutions to invest in DeFi. The result is Bullish, which combines crypto exchanges like Coinbase and Binance with DeFi exchanges like Uniswap and Sushiswap. Current progress: (timeline photo not allowed) Recent changes: Four weeks ago (July 9), Bullish announced merging with FPAC to go public. Bullish then began a closed pilot on July 27 which will end the first week of Sept. Bullish Features Provides options, futures, leverage and margin on cryptocurrency. While some limited crypto option trading is available outside the US, Bullish will offer these features on an SEC-compliant exchange. Allows automated portfolio management for liquidity pool providers (maintaining certain percentages of each asset) as well as passive income from margin lending and through transaction fees. Maintains vertical integration (i.e. works as its own clearinghouse). In other words, no risk of trouble like Robinhood had in Jan 2021 in regard to GME/AMC stock pauses, purportedly due to clearinghouse regulations. Brings DeFi transaction costs closer to the lower costs of crypto fees. Additionally, of interest to retail crypto traders, no taker fees regardless of trade volume (compared to Coinbase’s 0.5% fee for trades under 10k, and 0.25% fee for trades 50-100k). Additional Information: Cryptocurrency exchange revenue from all exchanges in 2021 is estimated at 70B. Bullish maintains their own treasury (164000 BTC and 2M EOS) in additional to $400M from investors (currently worth about 7B in total). Seeing as Bullish is co-founded by former NYSE chair Tom Farley, the exchange will likely know what is needed to court large investors towards DeFi, particularly in regard to meeting the requirements needed for counterparty risk management as well as liquidity pool optimization. The other co-founder, Bredan Blumer, created EOS, a proof-of-stake blockchain used in a Citibank pilot project with Inter-American Development Bank (https://www.coindesk.com/citi-completes-cross-border-payments-pilot-using-eosio-based-lacchain) and Grant Thornton, an accounting firm. Current institutional holdings: (photo not allowed) Additional Updates: Bullish job postings have recently come online (“today” here means Aug 5): (photo not allowed) Welcome kits are also arriving for new users. (photo not allowed) Investing in Bullish: (chart photo not allowed) Currently, only 3 days of trading in the past month had volumes greater than 1M (July 9th reached 19M, which occurred when the merger was written about in Reuters and Bloomberg, among others). (Average 3mo volume is 750K/day.) By comparison, Coinbase, priced around $250, has daily volumes around 4M, while other well-know mergers such as Lucid still have daily volumes around 8M. (Recall 6 months ago Lucid went from $10 to 60 over 6 weeks with daily volumes of 20-120M). In other words, when interest picks up, especially if BTC continues rebounding, there is great growth possible. - No analyst reports are written yet. Aside from the few articles on July 9 when the merger was announced, and one later follow up article about SoftBank investment, Bullish has generally not been covered. - Option chain goes up to $20 and all the way out to March 2022. - Private pilot ends in 5 weeks. - With BTC seeming to start rebounding entering autumn 2021, Bullish hopefully will have fortuitous timing for going public. - Of course, I have invested in Bullish but, in addition to reading this report, do your own research. News: Jul 28: SEC 425 filing announcing the start of Bullish 7 week private pilot program. https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1829426/000119312521227407/d204558d425.htm July 16: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-07-16/softbank-unit-to-invest-in-thiel-backed-crypto-exchange-bullish July 9: https://www.investors.com/news/bitcoin-stocks-pile-up-as-cryptocurrency-firms-bullish-circle-to-go-public/?src=A00220 July 9: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/bullish-announces-intent-public-york-123000645.html July 9: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/thiel-backed-crypto-firm-public-123000598.html Links 20min presentation from founders: https://investor.bullish.com/ https://twitter.com/bullish https://bullish.com/ https://twitter.com/ThomasFarley https://twitter.com/BrendanBlumer   submitted by   /u/MP_newuser [link]   [comments]
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  44. Cryptos: Tom Brady, Gisele Bundchen take equity stakes in crypto company FTX (30/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    In a statement Tuesday, FTX Trading Ltd. -- which operates FTX.com, FTX.us and Blockfolio -- said the couple will enter a long-term partnership as company ambassadors and receive an unspecified amount of crypto assets.
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  45. Laxmi Organic shares list on stock exchanges at premium; begin trading 20% over IPO price (25/03/2021 - Financial Express)
    Laxmi Organic Industries stocks began trading at Rs 156.20 per share, up Rs 26.20 from the IPO price of Rs 130 apiece.
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  46. DHFL shares stop trading on NSE, BSE; existing stock worth zero now (14/06/2021 - Financial Express)
    Shares of Dewan Housing Finance Corporation Ltd (DHFL) stopped trading on the stock exchanges from today, as BSE and NSE informed investors over the weekend.
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  47. Why were darkpools created? (06/08/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I'm trying to wrap my head around this with all of the chatter on reddit and looking for someone who knows the history. Why were darkpools started? Is it just a holdover from the idea of physical stock certificates being handed around? A lot of times it seems like stuff like this had a legitimate purpose but then because problematic from unforeseen consequences, but maybe that's just my rational world bias showing. It seems like all transactions should be tracked and audited for the integrity of the market in case of some sort of disaster, so the idea of a dark pool doesn't really make sense to me. I don't really understand the stock market very well, but I do understand a bit about crypto. Is this like how some crypto exchanges handle internal transfers off the general blockchain to avoid fees? I'm not talking about any of the shenanigans that have been getting attention, just the idea of an untracked exchange itself.   submitted by   /u/JovialJuggernaut [link]   [comments]
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  48. Nuvoco Vistas shares list at loss; begin trading at 17% discount to IPO price (23/08/2021 - Financial Express)
    Nuvoco Vistas shares made a weak listing on the stock exchanges, even though benchmark indices and broader markets were trading with gains.
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  49. These are my plays at the moment. This is what l like. What about you? (16/09/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Plays Currently loading up on ROOT SDC SONN and holding CEI to $3. Also FERN & CYBL as OTCs. As far as Crytpo I think SHIBA INU is due for a massive technical breakout like DOGE had. It just got listed on three major exchanges, WEBULL, Coinbase Pro(limits removed, hello whales), Binance, and Robinhood is about to list it. That’s 4 major exchanges for a very cheap token at the moment. SHIB floor is around 000005, I think it finally breaks trend and has a huge breakout. That’s my plays, that’s where I am at. A simple search can find the DD to support CEI and especially SONN. What plays you have, friends? Happy trading, and fortunes in your future!   submitted by   /u/Justice_1111 [link]   [comments]
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