The price of Bitcoin is showing a negative trend, and with the upcoming Fed meeting, there is little time left. However, some good news has arrived. As June 1 approaches, crypto investors believed that the period of growth would begin with Hong Kong embracing crypto. However, what followed was unexpected. The market, which had started to decline due to the SEC lawsuits against two major exchanges, turned back up with BlackRock.
The excitement of the BlackRock news has diminished, and this is clearly reflected in the price of Bitcoin. On the other hand, it was revealed last month that there was a rush for Hong Kong. Today, however, an important development has occurred that can boost investor morale. Moreover, the good news comes from the Hong Kong region.
Today, Quam Securities announced that it is the first securities firm in Hong Kong to launch crypto trading services. Users can conduct their first virtual asset transactions on HashKey PRO through the Hong Kong Quam Securities APP.
This is the first all-in-one virtual asset trading solution offered to brokerage firms in Hong Kong. The solution, initiated by Longbridge Whale for securities companies, includes market data, community information, trading, settlement, and reconciliation solutions that can meet the business development needs of customers in the virtual asset market.
With the recent steps taken, a significant milestone has been achieved for investors in the Hong Kong region. The coming months will have important consequences as more companies start providing services in the region by meeting the requirements. There is a potential for billions of dollars in investment in the region. Even a small portion of this could lead to significant value increases in the global crypto market.
Many exchanges such as Huobi and OKX are now striving to obtain licenses. However, it may take an estimated 8-12 months for them to succeed. This means that we may not see a massive crypto demand in the region until the middle of next year. On the other hand, the second half of next year seems to be more exciting due to factors such as the completed halving, ETF decisions, the inflow of investors in the Hong Kong region, and the Fed starting to lower interest rates.