As Bitcoin rallies past the $20,000 mark, our co-founder Scott Freeman comments on the current crypto ecosystem dynamics. Click here to read more.
“DBS Digital Exchange shows crypto has gone mainstream in Asia: JST Capital” – Cofounder Todd Morakis and JST Capital featured in Cointelegraph
According to the now-deleted page by Singapore’s largest bank DBS, they seem to be planning to launch a digital exchange, a significant and positive move relating traditional finance and largely unregulated crypto ecosystem.
“PayPal Just Gave 346 Million People A New Way To Buy Bitcoin—But There’s A Nasty Catch” – Cofounder Scott Freeman featured in Forbes
Payments giant PayPal will enable more than 346 million of its users to buy Bitcoin and a few other major cryptocurrencies and use them as a payment. However, that comes with a catch.
"Bitcoin has risen over 100% over the last few months and we believe most of that rise was driven by continued retail demand," said Scott Freeman, co-founder at New York-based bitcoin and crypto-focused institutional trading firm JST Capital. "We expect continued...
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JST Capital’s Scott Freeman joins Asher Westropp-Evans on BlockTV to discuss institutional interest in crypto.
“The halving has been on everyone’s radar screen for a long time and as such, the effect on markets should already be factored into the price of BTC. The halving may affect the profitability of some miners, but we expect at this point that every miner has already made adjustments to their business models.”
“Speaking to our customers, who include miners and institutional investors, the consistent message we hear is that the halving will be a nonevent for the price of BTC,” says Scott Freeman, co-founder of JST Capital, a financial-services firm specializing in the digital assets market.
“…The Space Race was a zero-sum contest with one winner. In the case of CBDC, every central bank – and all commercial banks for that matter – are already or will be developing a strategy for implementing digital currencies. Digital currencies are an evolutionary technology that will be used by countries to further their central bank’s monetary policy. There won’t be one winner or loser in this race.”
“In the capital markets space, settlement remains slow, but digital assets are already helping out with some of that,” said Scott Freeman, co-founder of JST Capital, which specialises in crypto trading.