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First Global Credit now offers trades of shares on the London Stock Exchange and plans to allow trading in standard commodity futures contracts.
The United States SOCOM has outlined how it views Bitcoin, admitting to monitoring and tracking transactions. A proposal for a decentralized local dark market has been published aiming to use the blockchain itself to share offers and requests for purchases. T-Mobile Poland installs its own BTM and much more news for March 30.
First Global Credit is a trading platform designed to allow users with bitcoins the ability to trade international markets.
A global trading competition with a 20 BTC funded trading account as a prize begins 23 March
First Global Credit launches international market trading competition with prize fund worth 20BTC.
First Global Credit announces a 10BTC trading fund for the winner of a market trading competition. From March 16, users taking part will have a month to trade their way through global financial markets.
CoinTelegraph reached out to First Global Credit CEO, Gavin Smith, who recently contributed his own Op-Ed piece about Anonymity vs. Privacy, to get his thoughts on the advantages of trading with bitcoins, the future of the stock market in the age of the blockchain and the looming BTC regulations.
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