BitMEX News

BitMEX is a cryptocurrency derivatives exchange. The BitMEX exchange offers a Bitcoin (BTC) perpetual swap trading product, which allows participants to leverage up to 100x the funds they hold on the exchange. Additionally, on BitMEX, BTC futures contracts that come with expirations can be traded, as well as futures and perpetual swap trading for crypto assets other than BTC. BitMEX fees and the BitMEX funding rate come with trading on the platform, depending on the contracts traded.

BitMEX also has a simulated trading platform, called BitMEX Testnet, on which participants use a worthless digital asset called Testnet Bitcoin. BitMEX does not allow customers from the United States and a number of other regions.

News
BitMEX’s parent company has joined Global Digital Finance, or GDF, a major industry association advocating for the adoption of digital assets.
BitMEX operator joins digital finance standards and advocacy organization
Helen Partz
2021-01-21T11:53:46+00:00
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News
BitMEX Research has identified what it believes to be a double-spent Bitcoin transaction... worth $21.
Suspected Bitcoin double-spend spotted in the wild
Samuel Haig
2021-01-21T05:48:25+00:00
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Follow up
The SEC's incoming chair predicted the crackdown on crypto exchanges over AML concerns back in 2018. See what other insight he had.
How to regulate exchanges: Learn crypto from Biden's SEC chair pick, part 2/3
Benjamin Pirus
2021-01-19T17:21:35+00:00
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News
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em? BitMex onboards more aggressive Chainalysis measures in advance of a response to the CFTC.
BitMEX turns to Chainalysis to solve legal woes, or at least soften the CFTC's blow
Kollen Post
2021-01-13T15:53:12+00:00
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News
Equos has introduced a Bitcoin perpetual futures contract.
Investors can now trade Bitcoin futures on Equos without an expiry date
Sam Bourgi
2021-01-07T19:00:00+00:00
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News
Controversial crypto derivatives trading platform BitMEX says its entire user base has completed the obligatory Know Your Customer process.
After Know Your Customer debacle, BitMEX reports 100% of users are verified
Osato Avan-Nomayo
2021-01-07T10:00:19+00:00
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Analysis
Pressured by U.S. authorities, more foreign exchanges are blocking American investors, but are vague U.S. regulations the real problem?
US authorities eager to deter citizens from unregistered crypto exchanges
Andrew Singer
2020-12-16T17:55:00+00:00
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Sponsored
A decentralized exchange says that users don’t need to complete Know Your Customer checks because of how it’s based on a smart contract.
DEX offers margin trading, anonymity, fast withdrawals and no KYC
Connor Blenkinsop
2020-12-03T13:29:00+00:00
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