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Blockchain startup EverMarkets wants to take away Wall Street's edge in the crypto futures trading market.
The company announced today that it is building a blockchain-based trading platform that will aim to support the peer-to-peer trading of futures contracts on both "real-world" and crypto assets. It will also allow users to utilize cryptocurrency to post collateral, pay fees and settle contracts.
"It's akin to what bitcoin has done, peer-to-peer transfer of funds," EverMarkets CEO and Co-founder Jim Bai told CoinDesk in an interview, adding:
"We're trying to create a market where we can disintermediate some of these centralized players and allow for a peer-to-peer trading of futures."
Major financial markets companies CME Group and Cboe Global Markets initiated bitcoin futures trading in December of 2017.
But unlike these traditional platforms, which according to Bai reward speedy trading, the EverMarkets Exchange (EMX) will operate an auction system that will collect all buy and sell offers, then match them according to price and size within several minutes.
In this way, the system is intended to level the playing field between regular traders and high-frequency traders employed by hedge funds.