Germany’s Second Biggest Stock Exchange Launches Crypto Trading of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and Ripple

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Börse Stuttgart, one of Europe’s biggest stock exchange and Germany’s second biggest, handling some $100 billion in trading volumes, has launched crypto trading through a subsidiary. It is the world’s first crypto app, behind which stands a traditional stock exchange. The Stuttgart Stock Exchange says “Bison simplifies trading in digital currencies. So making Börse Stuttgart the world’s first established traditional stock exchange to become directly involved with crypto trading. The stock exchange says a recent survey has shown investors want easy access to the crypto market.

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Börse Stuttgart, one of Europe’s biggest stock exchange and Germany’s second biggest, handling some $100 billion in trading volumes, has launched crypto trading through a subsidiary.

The Stuttgart Stock Exchange says “Bison simplifies trading in digital currencies. It is the world’s first crypto app, behind which stands a traditional stock exchange. The prototype of the app already exists, the finished product will be available for free from autumn.”

The Bison website itself says they are to go live by September and are holding a competition in the meantime with entrants standing for a chance to win as much as three bitcoins.

They promise completely free trading without stating how they plan to make any money. They further say the app will have a news feed as well as:

“Bison analyzes more than 250,000...

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