Coinfloor sells bitcoin futures arm, pivots to spot markets

As bitcoin investors reel from losses sustained last year, UK bitcoin exchange group Coinfloor has spun off its futures arm into a new exchange that will be owned by a number of firms and prominent individuals in the cryptocurrency market.

  • By Costas Mourselas
  • 08 Jan 2019
The new entity will be called CoinFLEX, which stands for Coin Futures and Lending Exchange. Coinfloor will hold an equity stake in the futures exchange, which will be based in Hong Kong. Some Coinfloor employees will move to the new company. Mark Lamb, a co-founder of Coinfloor, will ...

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