BitMEX News

BitMex is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency exchange offering contracts with credit support. The BitMex exchange was founded in 2014 by Arthur Hayes. On BitMex, deals are available only in Bitcoin. BitMex has a list of the most popular altcoins, their prices, however, are set in Bitcoin as well. The official website is available in five languages: English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Russian. The BitMex platform doesn’t work with fiat currencies. Some crypto products are available on BitMex, such as futures and indefinite contracts. The main trading interface is divided into three zones, including setting orders zone, tools zone and analytics zone. A list of BitMex fees for futures and contracts is available on the official website.

News
Cryptocurrency exchange BitMEX added support for native SegWit addresses for Bitcoin withdrawals, which lets users pay lower transaction fees.
Cryptocurrency Exchange BitMEX Enables Native SegWit Support
Adrian Zmudzinski
2019-12-12T11:49:00+00:00
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A seed investor in BitMEX claims he is owed at least $50 million as per the terms of his cash injection, but also seeks damages worth $250 million.
Bitcoin Exchange BitMEX Faces $300M Investor Lawsuit Over Lost Equity
William Suberg
2019-12-12T08:44:00+00:00
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Analysis
Bitcoin mining has become a multibillion-dollar industry — but with 85% of Bitcoin extracted, is it still profitable?
BTC Miners: No More Basement Rigs, Greater Profits to Come
Will Heasman
2019-11-07T14:21:00+00:00
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Follow up
Even though BitMEX is trying to brush aside its recent email leak, many industry personnel seem to think the matter is serious.
BitMEX Email Data Leak Fallout Is Serious, Many Users Already Affected
Shiraz Jagati
2019-11-06T13:50:00+00:00
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BitMEX has not sent mass emails to its customers since 2017, the exchange said in an official statement on the recent email leak.
BitMEX on User Info Leak: No Data Was Disclosed Beyond Emails
Helen Partz
2019-11-04T12:14:00+00:00
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Hodler’s Digest
BitMEX’s Twitter account is hacked after user emails leaked, and the CEO of a crypto exchange loses the password to a Bitcoin cold wallet.
BitMEX Chaos, Cold Wallet Calamity, Germany Hates Crypto: Hodler’s Digest, Oct. 28–Nov. 3
Thomas Simms
2019-11-03T17:52:00+00:00
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News
Lawyer Jake Chervinsky raised the question of whether exposing the public to risks with KYC requirements is worth enduring the risks.
Lawyer Asks Whether KYC Is Worth Exposing Users to Hacking and ID Theft
Adrian Zmudzinski
2019-11-02T18:17:00+00:00
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News
Hackers took over BitMEX Twitter, and claimed responsibility for the earlier leak of 30,000 email addresses. BitMEX says all customer funds are safe.
Hackers Take Over BitMEX Twitter, but Customer Funds Reportedly Safe
Jack Martin
2019-11-01T15:00:00+00:00
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