BitMEX is launching a new service exclusively for its corporate clients.

Hong Kong-based crypto derivatives giant BitMEX announced it is planning to launch corporate services for customers at the exchange.

Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency derivatives exchange giant BitMEX is launching a new service on its platform with benefits for its corporate clients. The new program includes enhanced security service and accounting. According to the announcement by BitMEX, the exchange is launching a new feature for its corporate customers, BitMEX Corporate. Accounts on BitMEX that are not owned and operated by an individual can now ensure their BitMEX holdings are the corporation’s legal property. 


The new feature is for those who need a different ownership structure of their accounts. 

The crypto derivatives exchange BitMEX noted that the new features were created for clients who need “different ownership structures for their accounts,” which includes the means for their employees to access and manage accounts, and security requirements. However, the exchange also stated that options like multi-user login and instant transfers between accounts would be available later this year. The exchange revealed that the new feature would include dedicated client coverage relationship manager and access to global corporate events for its corporate clients. Hong Kong-based BitMEX is among the leading crypto derivatives exchange in the world. 


BitMEX CEO is expecting more institutional investors to turn to bitcoin. 

The CEO of crypto derivatives exchange BitMEX, Arthur Hayes had earlier said that he is expecting more institutional investors to invest in bitcoin in the coming time. Arthur Hayes made this prediction after the billionaire hedge fund investor Paul Tudor Jones revealed that his portfolio also includes the leading cryptocurrency bitcoin. Paul Tudor is a well-known legendary hedge fund investor, and that sent a wave of excitement in the crypto community. Arthur Hayes is expecting that this move will bring more institutional investors to the crypto market by investing in bitcoin. The CEO tweeted that he expects a lot of beta fund managers to begin cooking some copypasta, referring to other big institutional investors that would copy Paul’s move to invest in bitcoin.  

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