Wintermute to make provision for liquidity to OSL and HashKey

Wintermute, a crypto market maker, will provide liquidity to OSL and HashKey for spot Bitcoin and ether exchange-traded funds in Hong Kong. This will help the company to establish itself in the crypto space in Asia. 

As per Wintermute, the company intends to involve sub-custodians, OSL and HashKey, regarding Hong Kong’s spot crypto ETFs. 

According to Wintermute CEO Evgeny Gaevoy, ETFs will be responsible for roping in additional investors within the crypto arena. This is in the case of institutional and retail businesses. This would not be feasible if businesses such as Wintermute were not offering liquidity. Hong Kong has taken the position of being a top encourager of crypto within the APAC space. They hope they will be setting an example for more businesses to follow.  

China Asset Management, Harvest Global Bosera, and HashKey entered Hong Kong on April 30 and controlled six spot Bitcoin and Ether ETFs. The three spot Bitcoin ETFs recently witnessed their initial collective daily Bitcoin outflow, which was from China Asset Management’s ETF. The spot Bitcoin ETF of ChinaAMC witnessed 75.36 BTC, separate from the product.

The trade volume of the three spot Bitcoin ETFs reached $8.6 million, whereas the figure stood at $9.74 million for their initial trade. Collectively, the three ETFs brought in $1.8 million in trade volume, a downslide compared to $2.99 million on the 30th of April.

The three spot Bitcoin ETFs contained roughly 4,150 Bitcoins, with net assets of $266.8 million, compared to $247.7 on the initial day.

Trevor Holman

Trevor Holman follows crypto industry since 2011. He joined CryptoNewsZ as a news writer and he provides technical analysis pieces and current market data. He is also an avid trader. In his free time, he loves to explore unexplored places.

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