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Legitimate volume on spot crypto exchanges fell to $125.8 billion in October

Legitimate volume on spot crypto exchanges fell to $125.8 billion in October

Cryptocurrency trading volumes decreased by 25.8% in October, according to The Block’s volume index for spot exchanges. October’s legitimate volume figure came in at $125.8 billion compared to $169.5 billion for the month of September. As previously reported, volume on decentralized exchanges fell during October as well. Those volumes declined to $18.46 billion from September’s $24 …

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[SPONSORED] The Block Presents: The State of Institutional Spot Liquidity – Brought to you by Altonomy

[SPONSORED] The Block Presents: The State of Institutional Spot Liquidity – Brought to you by Altonomy

About the Panelists: Ricky Li, Co-Founder of Altonomy Ricky Li, Co-founder of Altonomy. Now based in New York, he is a veteran trader in the cryptocurrency market and traditional commodities markets. Li holds a CFA Charter and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Meltem Demirors, Chief Strategy Officer, CoinShare Meltem Demirors is Chief …

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A comprehensive look at fees across spot exchanges

A comprehensive look at fees across spot exchanges

Quick Take Binance US, FTX, OKCoin, and Poloniex are the cheapest spot exchanges overall FTX is the cheapest exchange for retail traders while Binance US and OKCoin are the cheapest exchanges for the institutional traders Coinbase, bitFlyer EU, Bitstamp, and Gemini are by far the most expensive exchanges, especially for retail traders This research piece …

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