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eToro managing director on what's next for its freshly launched crypto exchange, the inevitability of hacks, and high hopes for stablecoins

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  • eToro’s U.K. managing director, Iqbal Gandham, discusses the company’s plans for its month-old crypto exchange aimed at professional traders
  • He says the aim is to list “many” tokens, having already launched the first Chinese Yuan-backed stablecoin, with listing guidelines expected in Q2
  • Gandham praised Binance for its handling of a cyber-attack last week, noting “if you’re online, you’re going to get hacked”
It’s not easy being the new guy – even if your parent company is eToro, a global multi-asset securities broker which boasts 10 million registered users.  But it seems eToroX, eToro’s Gibraltar-regulated crypto exchange launched last month, is not in a rush to mark its territory, opting for a staggered approach since going live, according […]

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