Gemini Trust Company, the digital asset exchange and custodian founded by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, announced that it had launched a new mobile app along with a new investment vehicle.
New York-based cryptocurrency exchange Gemini has officially announced it is adding Litecoin trading and custody support.
New York-based cryptocurrency exchange Gemini is set to add Litecoin (LTC) trading pairs. The announcement came during the Litecoin Summit in San Francisco, and according to the Litecoin Foundation, LTC will be listed for trading on Gemini on October 13.
Cryptocurrency exchange Gemini, which was founded by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, has announced the launch of the “Gemini Dollar” (GUSD), a dollar-backed stablecoin built on the Ethereum network according to the ERC20 standard for tokens.
Several of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges, including Bitstamp and Bittrex, has joined a Winlkevoss brothers’ initiative to create a self-regulatory organization in an effort to prevent fraud and manipulation in digital assets markets.
The road to shaking its history of shady transactions and fraud is proving long for cryptocurrencies, but Nasdaq Inc. thinks it can help get the industry on the path to legitimacy.
Gemini, the digital-asset exchange run by the Winklevoss twins, is introducing a service that will allow investors to make big trades outside of the firm’s order books.