Germany’s Large Stock Exchange Launches Bitcoin Spot Trading
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The second-largest in Germany and the ninth-largest in Europe stock exchange Börse Stuttgart has started bitcoin trading for its clients, Mondo Visione reports.

Trading has started on Börse Stuttgart's regulated trading department for cryptocurrencies called Börse Stuttgart Digital Exchange (BSDEX).

Initially, the exchange's clients can trade only the bitcoin-euro pair.

Investors can connect directly to BSDEX so that they can trade without a broker. Trading is almost 24 hours, seven days a week. To begin with, investors can use market and limit orders, with further options to be available soon.

Earlier iHodl reported that backed by Börse Stuttgart, Nordic Growth Market (NGM) announced the launch of the first XRP and LTC tracking, Exchange Traded Products (ETP) to EU investors.

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