“Looking for Liquidity”

“OnTheBlock: Looking for Liquidity” takes place on Tuesday, December 4th, at the Princeton Club of New York, featuring an opening interview with Daniel Gorfine, Chief Innovation Officer, Lab CFTC. The afternoon event, which is open to buy side/institutional investors is sponsored by Genesis Global Trading.

OnTheBlock is an exclusive series of Cryptoasset and Blockchain-focused events for institutional investors hosted by Profit & Loss. This seriesof intimate, invitation-only events for buy side attendees (max of 50 attendees) is designed to discuss the opportunities in cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies for institutional investors and traders.

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

The Princeton Club of New York


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Sponsored by Genesis Global Trading


Agenda

4:30-4:45pm – Registration

4:45-5:15pm – Fireside Chat with Daniel Gorfine, LabCFTC

5:15-6:00pm – Panel Discussion: “Looking for Liquidity”

Martin Garcia, Managing Director, Genesis Trading
Peter Kambolin, CEO, Systematic Alpha Management
Gabriel Burstein, Head of Cryptoasset Strategy, KryptoIndex

6:00-6:30pm – Audience Q&A

6:30-7:30pm – Networking Reception

Since the start of 2017 cryptocurrency trading volumes have exploded, and yet despite the astronomical growth of crypto markets the overall market cap of these assets is still relatively small compared to the types of markets that institutional investors are typically used to trading. Will these investors really take the plunge into the crypto space when volumes remain comparatively small?

In addition, there are big questions about where and how institutional investors should access this liquidity. For example, with so many providers now claiming to offer an “institutional grade” service, how should firms differentiate between them? Will consolidation amongst trading venues occur and what will the future liquidity environment look like in the crypto space?

This panel will also discuss:

  • The impact of bitcoin derivatives and the evolving OTC/exchange traded relationship.
  • What are the continuing operational challenges for institutional market participants accessing crypto liquidity?
  • Is the OTC market too opaque for institutional investors?
  • How will regulatory concerns and developments drive the liquidity landscape going forward?
  • What happens to liquidity in stressed market conditions?

Seating is limited, please request an invitation by emailing gina@profit-loss.com

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