The operator of exchanges and clearing houses International Exchange reported that it plans to create an exchange platform Bakkt together with a number of participants, such as Microsoft, Starbucks and BCG. To create an open and regulated global ecosystem for digital assets, cloud technologies of Microsoft will be used. The message says that the integrated platform “will allow consumers and organizations to buy, sell, store and spend digital assets in a thoughtful global network”. The platform will start with trading and converting Bitcoins to other currencies. In November of this year, the exchange plans to launch a one-day contract for bitcoins with “physical supply”.
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