Why Nasdaq’s interest in cryptocurrencies doesn’t mean anything — yet
Nasdaq is open to the idea of becoming a cryptocurrency exchange in the future. Adena Friedman, the CEO of the New York-based stock exchange, expressed the idea in an interview with CNBC on Wednesday, where she shared her views on the cryptocurrency market and speculated on its future. Friedman said that the space is currently highly unregulated and very immature, but if this were to change in the future, Nasdaq will consider participating in the space actively. There are several concerns with that statement that cryptocurrency enthusiasts should be aware of. The biggest benefit of mainstream giants jumping into the cryptocurrency industry… This story continues at The Next Web
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