Posted September 24, 2018 09:31:48In the coming months, the cryptocurrency trading platform Axios will launch its first bitcoin trading platform, according to a report from Axios.
Axios CEO Jeff Greenfeather said the platform will be a way for traders to buy and sell bitcoin without being subject to the high transaction fees that are plaguing the cryptocurrency market.
“It’s a platform that lets you buy and invest in bitcoin and hold it in your account,” Greenfeild said.
“It’s not like buying and selling physical money.
This is a platform where you can buy and hold bitcoin, and hold that bitcoin as a reserve.”
Greenfeild also announced the launch of a bitcoin trading site in conjunction with the bitcoin futures market in the U.K. Axio plans to operate the site in London’s Financial District.
The cryptocurrency market has become one of the hottest commodities on the planet as the price of bitcoin has skyrocketed, reaching more than $8,000 on Tuesday.
The bitcoin trading service will allow traders to invest in cryptocurrency through an online trading platform that will allow them to trade the cryptocurrency at the moment that it is listed on a leading exchange.
It will also allow users to hold and invest their bitcoin in an account, and to trade bitcoin in exchange for cash.
“The market is huge,” Greenfield said.
Axionys trading platform is aimed at trading bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, including Ethereum, Litecoin, and Dash, and has attracted a number of cryptocurrency investors to the space.
The Axionx platform will offer its customers the ability to buy, sell, and store bitcoin on its platform, with the ability for traders and other investors to purchase and sell them at any time, the report said.
The company will also offer bitcoin trading, and will allow its customers to sell, buy, and trade bitcoin for fiat currencies.
The new platform is the latest in a series of bitcoin-related ventures to take shape in the financial industry.
Last week, a group of investors including JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, and UBS announced they had invested $500 million in a new Bitcoin investment firm, called the CryptoWall, to invest $100 million in bitcoin-based startups.
Last month, JPMorgan announced plans to launch a Bitcoin futures trading platform in New York.