Former Tradehill Founder Starts Another Bitcoin Dark Pool

Former Tradehill Founder Starts Another Bitcoin Dark Pool

The U.S. stock trading exchange TradeZero (www.tradezero.co) has just announced that it will be offering a “Dark Pool” for Bitcoin whales. Through a partnership with Bitcoin serial entrepreneur Jered Kenna, the firm will enable clients to participate in commission-free dark pool cryptocurrency trading. TradeZero Enables Dark Pool Trading for Investors with Help From a Bitcoin Pioneer. TradeZero is an online brokerage service that offers commission-free stock and ETF trading for U.S. markets. Now, the company is adding bitcoin to its featured services due to the growing demand for....


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