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May 03, 2018, 06:42:57 PM
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“We’re not going to tarnish our reputation” Dow Jones CEO

The popular S&P Dow Jones Indices has come forward and made it clear that they are not going to introduce cryptocurrency indexes, for now. S&P has been receiving a lot of requests from their customers to build a platform that allows them to track the cryptocurrencies, but the index provider has no plans to offer any such solution for the time being at least.

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May 05, 2018, 07:46:44 AM
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“We’re not going to tarnish our reputation” Dow Jones CEO

The popular S&P Dow Jones Indices has come forward and made it clear that they are not going to introduce cryptocurrency indexes, for now. S&P has been receiving a lot of requests from their customers to build a platform that allows them to track the cryptocurrencies, but the index provider has no plans to offer any such solution for the time being at least.

Continue reading: https://coingape.com/institutional-investors-entering-into-crypto-industry/
If seriously speaking I don’t know what to say about this issue that why such a big institution is denied to be the part of crypto currency, they must be having some issue but at least they should also consider the issue of bitcoin that is not yet centralised and therefore is is facing such a high fluctuations and some illegal activities associated with bitcoin and therefore they may be facing some lose also when bitcoin even has that potential that it can provide very good profit to any big institution.
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May 05, 2018, 07:49:46 AM
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Dow Jones CEO, though they say they won't launch an occult index recently, but the news shows that a large number of investors are starting to pay attention to encryption, and maybe they will not start buying bitcoin for a long time.
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“We’re not going to tarnish our reputation” Dow Jones CEO

The popular S&P Dow Jones Indices has come forward and made it clear that they are not going to introduce cryptocurrency indexes, for now. S&P has been receiving a lot of requests from their customers to build a platform that allows them to track the cryptocurrencies, but the index provider has no plans to offer any such solution for the time being at least.

Continue reading: https://coingape.com/institutional-investors-entering-into-crypto-industry/
If seriously speaking I don’t know what to say about this issue that why such a big institution is denied to be the part of crypto currency, they must be having some issue but at least they should also consider the issue of bitcoin that is not yet centralised and therefore is is facing such a high fluctuations and some illegal activities associated with bitcoin and therefore they may be facing some lose also when bitcoin even has that potential that it can provide very good profit to any big institution.

I believe that S&P Dow Jones Indices think it would be wise for them to wait and see what happens next. They have a reputation, they earned it for many years, and they are not going to tarnish it with wrong decisions, simply creating new products. However, they did not oppose the crypto currency, but, on the contrary, treat it with great interest. I am sure that they understand that there is demand for the crypto currency, which means it is worth observing.
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May 05, 2018, 10:13:10 AM
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Institutional investors may be about to board the cryptocurrency market with new added strength as governments and central banks produce more regulatory clarity regarding the asset class, which removes uncertainty. With institutional traders moving in, the current market share dominated by retail players is likely to be reduced.
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May 05, 2018, 10:46:52 AM
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I'd still like a little more clarity on what actually qualifies as "Entering into Crypto Industry".  Would any Dow crypto index be based on the buying and selling of actual crypto?  Or merely the trade of futures, options and other financial derivative products loosely based on an underlying crypto "asset"?  The latter doesn't qualify as adoption.  Just more speculation.

I couldn't help but chuckle at the quote:
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If it’s meant as a tool for gambling, well, go to Macao or Las Vegas. That’s not what investing is about.

The entire issue with the global economy is the "casino banking" and derivatives crap-fest.  It's hilarious these big institutions don't even see that they are the problem because they continue to support that reckless gambling.  What we're doing by challenging that system is actually far more sensible.

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May 05, 2018, 02:00:15 PM
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I'd still like a little more clarity on what actually qualifies as "Entering into Crypto Industry".  Would any Dow crypto index be based on the buying and selling of actual crypto?  Or merely the trade of futures, options and other financial derivative products loosely based on an underlying crypto "asset"?  The latter doesn't qualify as adoption.  Just more speculation.

I would like to say that they consider that the first step, then actually move towards trading Bitcoin itself. That seems to be the case with Goldman Sachs, at least:

In the next few weeks — the exact start date has not been set — Goldman will begin using its own money to trade Bitcoin futures contracts on behalf of clients. It will also create its own, more flexible version of a future, known as a non-deliverable forward, which it will offer to clients.

Mr. Schmidt is looking at trading actual Bitcoin — or physical Bitcoin, as it is somewhat ironically called — if the bank can secure regulatory approval from the Federal Reserve and New York authorities.

If that's how they're going to proceed, it should at least be a positive for adoption. But yeah, it seems like regulation (or lack thereof) is the common denominator. With the amount of interest crypto generates, it could be the only thing holding them back.

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May 07, 2018, 09:36:06 AM
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“We’re not going to tarnish our reputation” Dow Jones CEO

The popular S&P Dow Jones Indices has come forward and made it clear that they are not going to introduce cryptocurrency indexes, for now. S&P has been receiving a lot of requests from their customers to build a platform that allows them to track the cryptocurrencies, but the index provider has no plans to offer any such solution for the time being at least.

Continue reading: https://coingape.com/institutional-investors-entering-into-crypto-industry/
Initial coin offerings (ICOs) are exploding in popularity, but both offerers and investors need to understand the regulatory landscape to avoid getting burned.. what do you think about this ??
I think regulatory landscape must be the basic root for the bitcoin because it is the only thing that made people trust on bitcoin. Centralisation of bitcoin is the thing that can legalise bitcoin in every country and could bright the future of bitcoin. Bitcoin is that ki Nd of virtual currency that can gives profit to any investing institutions and moreover centralisation of bitcoin is necessary for sustainability of bitcoin so yes offers and investors need to understand the regulatory landscape to avoid getting burned.
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May 07, 2018, 10:10:16 AM
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We donot know the actual reason why such big institutions are not backing the crypto currencies .Instead i see they are also doing a lot of analysis before coming to such decisions.I also  feel in the future crypto indexes may be a part of the exchanges so that the digitization is also in place and also we may see deficit going down if such things happen in the future.

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May 07, 2018, 10:47:42 AM
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We donot know the actual reason why such big institutions are not backing the crypto currencies .Instead i see they are also doing a lot of analysis before coming to such decisions.I also  feel in the future crypto indexes may be a part of the exchanges so that the digitization is also in place and also we may see deficit going down if such things happen in the future.

i tell you with one easy sentence

-> these big institutions have privileged access to the money printing press of the national banking cartel,

cryptocurrencies put them into second line when it comes to accessing produce (labour, goods, services) in the respective country

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