enters Bitcoin derivatives market to rival OKEx, Huobi – Decrypt is getting into the derivatives and margins game. 

The Hong Kong-registered crypto company’s announcement today complements the rollout of a slew of new features, among them a new matching engine and order management system for its exchange, which launched last fall. 

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The new technology on its exchange readies the company for its debut into the high-leverage margin and derivatives trading business, which it plans to enter by the end of the year. The exchange also plans to add additional lending features, as well as OTC services, by the end of the year. is a one-stop, crypto-shop that comprises a wallet, a credit card (with cashback offers), an interest-yielding savings account, an automated quant trading service and a loans product. It claims it has two million users. 

“We launched the Exchange last Fall with a goal of creating a trading platform so secure, liquid and user-friendly that it becomes a natural choice for both institutional and retail customers,” said Kris Marszalek, co-founder and CEO of, in a statement. 

The exchange, launched in beta about six months ago, does not push out a huge amount of volume. In the past 24 hours, the exchange traded $1.5 million for its Bitcoin/Tether pairing; by comparison, traders on one of the largest crypto exchanges in the world, Binance, shifted $375 million. will be met with stiff competition upon its