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  • My favorite thing about Valentines Day? Knowing my favorite holiday, #TexasIndependenceDay , is right around the corner!! Love this quote from #GeorgeWBush done by #artsmyheart . Getting ready to dust off my cowboy boots and pulling out my #Texas shaped cookie cutter for our family’s yearly Texas sheet cake tradition. Anyone else have unusual traditions?
  • My favorite thing about Valentines Day? Knowing my favorite holiday, #TexasIndependenceDay, is right around the corner!! Love this quote from #GeorgeWBush done by #artsmyheart. Getting ready to dust off my cowboy boots and pulling out my #Texas shaped cookie cutter for our family’s yearly Texas sheet cake tradition. Anyone else have unusual traditions?
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  • South Korean-headquartered cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb has launched a global over-the-counter (OTC) trading desk for digital assets.

    Announcing the news on Thursday, the firm said that the new Hong Kong-based venture – Ortus – is a “block deal, matchmaking service” for institutional clients. In an OTC deal, two parties trade directly with each other, unlike on an exchange where orders are matched between buyers and sellers. “Ortus will operate to allow institutions to buy and sell digital assets through a network of global liquidity providers and benefit from a competitive and best price execution service,” said Rahul Khanna, Bithumb’s director.

    According to its website, Ortus has offices in the U.K., Hong Kong, Japan, Australia and Argentina.

    To get started, clients will have to go through “strict” onboarding processes, including know-your-customer (KYC) and anti-money laundering (AML) documentation, the firm said.

    Ortus offers features such as insured custody and transfers from a U.S.-based bank account. The firm did not set out which digital assets it will offer for OTC trades.

    Several crypto exchanges have launched OTC trading desks in recent months to capitalize on growing interest from institutions.

    Do you think OTC trading will be popular among institutional investors?

    Let us know in a few words! Shout-out to the European grind! Hard work pays off 💰
    #southamerica #goldcoast #newcastle #egypt #saudiarabia #orlando #houston #texas #toronto #florida #honolulu #kuwait #kenya #malaysia #europe #nigeria #southbeach #southafrica #india #south #brazil #iran #iraq #pakistan #egypt #kenya #boston
  • South Korean-headquartered cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb has launched a global over-the-counter (OTC) trading desk for digital assets.

Announcing the news on Thursday, the firm said that the new Hong Kong-based venture – Ortus – is a “block deal, matchmaking service” for institutional clients. In an OTC deal, two parties trade directly with each other, unlike on an exchange where orders are matched between buyers and sellers. “Ortus will operate to allow institutions to buy and sell digital assets through a network of global liquidity providers and benefit from a competitive and best price execution service,” said Rahul Khanna, Bithumb’s director.

According to its website, Ortus has offices in the U.K., Hong Kong, Japan, Australia and Argentina.

To get started, clients will have to go through “strict” onboarding processes, including know-your-customer (KYC) and anti-money laundering (AML) documentation, the firm said.

Ortus offers features such as insured custody and transfers from a U.S.-based bank account. The firm did not set out which digital assets it will offer for OTC trades.

Several crypto exchanges have launched OTC trading desks in recent months to capitalize on growing interest from institutions.

Do you think OTC trading will be popular among institutional investors?

Let us know in a few words! Shout-out to the European grind! Hard work pays off 💰
#southamerica #goldcoast #newcastle #egypt #saudiarabia #orlando #houston#texas#toronto#florida#honolulu#kuwait#kenya#malaysia#europe#nigeria#southbeach #southafrica #india#south#brazil #iran #iraq #pakistan#egypt #kenya#boston
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  • South Korean-headquartered cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb has launched a global over-the-counter (OTC) trading desk for digital assets.

    Announcing the news on Thursday, the firm said that the new Hong Kong-based venture – Ortus – is a “block deal, matchmaking service” for institutional clients. In an OTC deal, two parties trade directly with each other, unlike on an exchange where orders are matched between buyers and sellers. “Ortus will operate to allow institutions to buy and sell digital assets through a network of global liquidity providers and benefit from a competitive and best price execution service,” said Rahul Khanna, Bithumb’s director.

    According to its website, Ortus has offices in the U.K., Hong Kong, Japan, Australia and Argentina.

    To get started, clients will have to go through “strict” onboarding processes, including know-your-customer (KYC) and anti-money laundering (AML) documentation, the firm said.

    Ortus offers features such as insured custody and transfers from a U.S.-based bank account. The firm did not set out which digital assets it will offer for OTC trades.

    Several crypto exchanges have launched OTC trading desks in recent months to capitalize on growing interest from institutions.

    Do you think OTC trading will be popular among institutional investors?

    Let us know in a few words! Shout-out to the European grind! Hard work pays off 💰
    #southamerica #goldcoast #newcastle #egypt #saudiarabia #orlando #houston #texas #toronto #florida #honolulu #kuwait #kenya #malaysia #europe #nigeria #southbeach #southafrica #india #south #brazil #iran #iraq #pakistan #egypt #kenya #boston
  • South Korean-headquartered cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb has launched a global over-the-counter (OTC) trading desk for digital assets.

Announcing the news on Thursday, the firm said that the new Hong Kong-based venture – Ortus – is a “block deal, matchmaking service” for institutional clients. In an OTC deal, two parties trade directly with each other, unlike on an exchange where orders are matched between buyers and sellers. “Ortus will operate to allow institutions to buy and sell digital assets through a network of global liquidity providers and benefit from a competitive and best price execution service,” said Rahul Khanna, Bithumb’s director.

According to its website, Ortus has offices in the U.K., Hong Kong, Japan, Australia and Argentina.

To get started, clients will have to go through “strict” onboarding processes, including know-your-customer (KYC) and anti-money laundering (AML) documentation, the firm said.

Ortus offers features such as insured custody and transfers from a U.S.-based bank account. The firm did not set out which digital assets it will offer for OTC trades.

Several crypto exchanges have launched OTC trading desks in recent months to capitalize on growing interest from institutions.

Do you think OTC trading will be popular among institutional investors?

Let us know in a few words! Shout-out to the European grind! Hard work pays off 💰
#southamerica #goldcoast #newcastle #egypt #saudiarabia #orlando #houston#texas#toronto#florida#honolulu#kuwait#kenya#malaysia#europe#nigeria#southbeach #southafrica #india#south#brazil #iran #iraq #pakistan#egypt #kenya#boston
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  • Floridian French toast, eggs scrambled with cheese, and million dollar bacon (brown sugar, pepper, cayenne, and maple syrup).....
  • Floridian French toast, eggs scrambled with cheese, and million dollar bacon (brown sugar, pepper, cayenne, and maple syrup).....
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  • My friends have finally arrived.
  • My friends have finally arrived.
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  • There are hundreds of businesses out there. To me, people that support our first responders, military, and local community groups should come first. Here’s to our heroes who protect our freedoms!
  • There are hundreds of businesses out there. To me, people that support our first responders, military, and local community groups should come first. Here’s to our heroes who protect our freedoms!
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