Crypto derivatives exchange Deribit is selling 10% of its equity at 9-figure valuation
January 13, 2020, 1:48PM EST · 3 min read
- Crypto derivatives exchange Deribit is selling 10% of its common equity to QCP Capital and Three Arrows Capital, which in turn are seeking additional investors to split the 10% equity
- The exchange is pitched to investors as of “great value,” especially in comparison to the $8 billion estimated valuation of BitMEX and the $700 million to $1 billion valuations of FTX
- Although Deribit currently dominates the options market, the competition is heating up with Bakkt, CME, FTX and OKEx all entering the ecosystem.
Deribit is selling 10% of its equity to market maker QCP Capital and crypto fund Three Arrows Capital at a "three-digit million" valuation.
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