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EXGATE is a Software as a Service (SAAS) solution that provides exchange infrastructure and technology which enables trading across multiple asset classes such as Foreign Exchange, Crypto Currency and Commodity Markets. The Exgate solution allows end users to participate alongside of various Liquidity Sources which include exchanges, institutions, funds, brokerages and non-brokerages and paves the way for Bitcoin to be physically delivered & exchanged in the open markets. The EXGATE solution establishes an industry standard bar for Bitcoin integration into any existing financial market infrastructure with a high-performance, scalable, low‐latency global Electronic Communication Network (ECN),. Our flexible engine bridges the MetaTrader4 Platform as a final piece to a full turn-key Institutional trading solution for professional traders to add Bitcoin to their trading portfolios & models.

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As Bitcoin ECN’s Grow, the Financial Commission Extends Cryptocurrency Regulation to LPs

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As Bitcoin ECN’s Grow, the Financial Commission Extends Cryptocurrency Regulation to LPs The Financial Commission, a self-regulation oversight committee for the forex, CFD and binary options industries, has announced the launch of regulation for cryptocurrency liq

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February 20, 2015 No Comments
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Exgate Ltd and JSC Caufex welcome BitStamp as the newest Liquidity Provider

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New York, NY – February 17, 2015 – Today Exgate LTD ( www.exgate.com), a full turn key exchange based software as a service ( SaaS) solution provider and JSC Caufex (www.caufex.com), a fully licensed Electronic Commodities and Derivatives Exchange, announced the full in

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February 17, 2015 No Comments

So Why the Sell-Off? Industry Insiders Discuss What May Have Triggered Massive Bitcoin Price Drop

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By Leon Pick on January 14, 2015 in Investing Bitcoin prices have been reeling, hitting their lowest levels since October 2013. The scale of loss has been the sharpest since April of last year, when China fears set the market off on a selling frenzy. The question

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January 14, 2015 No Comments