Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

Crypto Plumbing, with Philippe Bekhazi of XBTO and Stablehouse

Episode Summary

In this episode, I talk to Philippe Bekhazi, the CEO and Co-founder of XBTO, and CEO of Stablehouse. XBTO was one of the earliest trading parties on CME and Bakkt, and Phil is involved in a lot of different crypto activities.

Episode Notes

Welcome to Ledger Cast, hosted by me, Brian Krogsgard (@ledgerstatus on twitter), and Josh Olszewicz (@carpenoctom). Ledger Cast is a cryptocurrency trading and blockchain ecosystem podcast. Ledger Cast is brought to you in partnership with Brave New Coin.

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In this episode, I talk to Philippe Bekhazi, the CEO and Co-founder of XBTO, and CEO of Stablehouse. His businesses work on many different things. XBTO is a firm that trades, makes markets, and more, using all their own money. They are one of the top market makers in crypto and have been one of the earliest trading participants on both the CME and Bakkt platforms.

We talk about making markets, token economics, directional bias, and much more. It's really fun, and I think you'll enjoy hearing from someone deeply involved in crypto.

Other links

As mentioned at the beginning of the show, Brave New Coin is doing an IEO. While I can't and am not endorsing a token sale itself (whereas I do promote BNC broadly and BNC Pro specifically), I want to share the link where the CEO of BNC discusses it.

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Music: "Oh, the chains" by Joel Madison Blount