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Bitcoin certifications; Least Volatilite Year Ever?; Interactive Brokers customers file complaint Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Putting on My Broker Hat About Bitcoin John J. Lothian – JLN Everyone is asking about bitcoin. A journalist called and asked to interview me. A magazine called and asked me to write something. A brokerage firm chief risk manager called to ask me my opinion about bitcoin and bitcoin futures. Two weeks ago, a former employer I have not seen in 10 years called me out in Coindesk.com for my bitcoin qualms. At the dinner table my son Robby opened up about owning not just bitcoin, but bitcoin cash, ether and monero. This is a full-fledged…

MIAX’s Brown on Number 15 and Complex Order Books Blog

In February, MIAX added MIAX PEARL to the options exchange landscape, bringing the total number of exchanges to 15. In this video from the Options Industry Conference in Scottsdale, Ariz., Shelly Brown, executive vice president, strategic planning and operations at MIAX, talks about figuring out PEARL’s fee structure and the group’s focus on continued development of complex order book functionality.   

Miami International Holdings and Ledger Holdings Announce Investment in LedgerX Holding Company; FX options a tempting solution – but problems persist; VIX ETFs Have Seen $8.7B In Bullish Bets This Year, Even With VIX Down 30% Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight EDITOR’S NOTE: JLN Options is happy to have Henry Schwartz, President of Trade Alert, as a guest editor this week. The year in options: A tribute to David Letterman Henry Schwartz – Trade Alert I’ve really enjoyed sharing some insights and data from the US options industry with the readers of JLN Options this week. Next year will mark my 30th in this business, which I’ve watched evolve from a surprisingly effective frenzy of hand signals and paper tickets on the floors to a highly efficient hybrid marketplace where some nearly $6B of premium changes hands daily….

Five Minutes with Randy Scharringhausen, COO of EESAT Options

Randy Scharringhausen is the chief operating officer of EESAT, a financial technology startup that launched in 2013. As a long-time derivatives trader who started his own institutional broker-dealer in 2006, he has seen the evolution of markets onto electronic platforms and some of the holes that transformation has created. One example is in the complex order book space. EESAT aims to improve transparency and consolidation in the complex order books (COBs) offered by seven out of the 13 equity options exchanges. Complex orders are multi-legged strategies such as a straddle, strangle, ratio spread and butterfly. Customers can access COBs in…