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In April 2018, the Winklevoss-owned regulated digital asset exchange Gemini announced in a press release that it will use Nasdaq’s SMARTS Market Surveillance technology to monitor trading activities on its platform and to surveil its auction process. The SMARTS Market Surveillance technology automates the detection, investigation, and analysis of potentially abusive or disorderly trading behavior on exchanges. In October last year, exchange giant Binance announced a partnership with blockchain analysis and compliance firm Chainalysis to ensure that its trading platform complies with regulations. Moreover, according to a report by Forbes, aside from Gemini six further digital asset exchanges are using Nasdaq’s SMARTS Market Surveillance solution – including Japanese exchange SBI. Read the entire article on Brave New Coin

Karen Holleran

Karen Holleran

Karen Holleran Editor @aikarensf Karen is a proud third generation San Franciscan, and has worked in various positions including developer relations, winemaking, freelance writing, and as a teaching assistant for autistic children. She is passionate about disruptive tech, artificial intelligence, cryptocurrencies, and blockchain technology. She is excited at how these technologies can improve the quality of life for people globally. When Karen isn’t busy discovering new things, you can find her enjoying the diversity of the Bay Area, keeping up to date on the latest tech news, or relaxing at home with her beloved rescued cat.

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