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Digitex Futures Exchange
Digitex Futures Exchange (DGTX)
$0.03334 7.45 %
Market Cap
$27,961,155
24 Hour Trading Volume
$2,456,731
24h Low / 24h High
$0.03009 / $0.03368
Available Supply
838750000

Digitex Futures Exchange (DGTX) price, performance and general information

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7.45 %
28.76 %
23.06 %
-60.12 %
-57.03 %

Digitex Futures Exchange (DGTX) News

Crypto Derivatives Platform Vows to Tackle Socialized Losses Seen on Other Exchanges

A crypto futures exchange says its features mean it is well-positioned to solve current problems that exist among rivals. The team behind FTX claims they were driven to act after “hours of feedback” to established exchanges about the problems with their products went ignored. As a result, the company claims that its platform “reduces the […]

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OKEx Offers Futures Trading Upgrade for Three Digital Assets; XRP, BCH and LTC

Interest in virtual currencies continues to increase, which is pressing companies and firms to offer better services to customers. This is why there are some startups that are integrating features and services that are similar to those available in traditional finance. The crypto exchange OKEx is now offering futures trading for three digital assets: Litecoin […]

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BTSE Launches a New Bitcoin Futures Platform During Crypto Conference Held In New York

The new BTSE Futures exchange received a massive optimistic reception from bitcoin fans and crypto enthusiasts who were present at the meet-up upon its launch. The BTSE futures will be rolled out in June 2019. The team shared ideas with other gurus from Litecoin Foundation, Lightning Labs and other partners that attended the conference. Multicurrency […]

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Crypto Facilities bitcoin futures liquidity increases 10x since February

CryptoNinjas Crypto Facilities, a cryptocurrency derivatives exchange (recently acquired by Kraken), a couple of months ago introduced a Revenue Share Program (RSP) to incentivize clients to provide liquidity and trade actively on the exchange. The team reported today that the program has proved a... Crypto Facilities bitcoin futures liquidity increases 10x since February

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7,000 BTC Lost in Hangzhou Scam

This article was originally published by 8btc and written by Vincent He.Nearly 100 victims from various parts of China have reported to the Hangzhou police bureau, claiming that they were deceived by two young men, named Zhou Yi and Li Xiang, who allegedly stole nearly 7,000 bitcoin through exchanging or borrowing.According to the victims, Zhou and Xiang had claimed on the internet that they could exchange bitcoin as futures and provide interest. The victims trusted them, as some preliminary orders in small amounts were delivered on time. As the pair could offer bitcoin at prices lower than the market rate and delivery seemed stable, they soon collected several thousand orders.“I began OTC [over-the-counter] Bitcoin trading since 2017, unexpectedly I was cheated by more than 2 million yuan this year,” Mr. Wang, one of the alleged victims, said. “As a senior bitcoin speculator, I always buy low and sell high, I trust my peers.”But Mr. Wang was not alone, as there appear to be more than 100 victims in this case. It has been reported that more than 7,000 BTC, equating 300 million yuan (≅$43.4 million), was involved.This apparent bitcoin trade scam was conducted in two WeChat groups. If someone wanted to buy bitcoin, they could negotiate privately in the groups and transfer the money to a designated bank account after confirmation. One or two days later, Zhou Yi would send bitcoin to the buyer’s designated wallet.”I had been trading with them for more than a year,” Mr. Zhang, another one of the victims, said. “I first traded with them last summer and then bought bitcoins from them three times a week until they lost touch in April. The amount of each transaction [was] about two or three million yuan. In nearly a year, the volume of transactions has reached billions of yuan. Their price [was] very low. I earned nearly one million yuan before.”Aside from trading bitcoin as futures, the pair was also borrowing bitcoin and promising interest. They gave 100 to 120 yuan worth of BTC to victims as interest, so 90 percent of the victims would deposit bitcoin into their account. When victims pushed them for the release of these bitcoin, they would always transfer some money as compensation before disappearing.Now Zhou and Xiang have been arrested for “illegal public deposit absorption” and the case is pending further investigation. The biggest concern for victims is how to determine the nature of the case. Some of the victims are not satisfied with the initial charges.“We just want to give the police more information to prove that they knew at the beginning of March that they couldn’t issue coins, and that the subsequent transactions were not only illegal public deposit absorptions, but also a fraud,” a victim said.So, where is the legal boundary for OTC Bitcoin trading?“It is legal to own bitcoins in China,” said Sa Xiao, a council member at the Bank of China Law Research Association, as cited by The Beijing News. Additionally, Xiao considers the occasional exchange of bitcoin between individuals as legal. This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

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General

Name Digitex Futures Exchange
Symbol DGTX
Rank #146
Digitex Futures Exchange price $0.03334
Market Cap $27,961,155
Trading Volume $2,456,731
24h Low / 24h High $0.03009 / $0.03368

All time high

All time high $0.16269
All time high date 2018-10-14 (7 months ago)
Since all time high -79.53 %

Performance

24 hours 7.45 %
7 days 28.76 %
14 days 23.06 %
30 days -60.12 %
60 days -57.03 %

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