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Gemini, a Crypto Currency Exchange, has appointed Jeanine Hightower-Sellitto, a former executive of Nasdaq Inc (NASDAQ:NDAQ) Subsidiary to attract more institutional investors.  Jeanine will work as Managing Director (operations) and leads the clients’ services team. She is assigned the responsibility to expand client services team and supervises the institutional onboarding of Gemini.

In her earlier stint at an options trading platform – International Securities Exchange, she held responsible positions like relationship management, product management, and business development. NASDAQ has acquired the  International Securities Exchange (ISE) in the year 2016 in a deal valued at $1.1 billion.

Before joining Gemini, Jeanine held the position of Chief Operating Officer to ensure the transition of ISE to NASDAQ. According to a blog of Gemini,  Jeanine with her capability to lead the operational teams for better productivity and deep experience in marketplace will help Gemini to scale high. Gemini has poached a top executive of NYSE, Robert Cornish,
in July and appointed as CTO (Chief Technology Officer).

Gemini Enters Into a Partnership Accord with Omniex

Gemini has inked a partnership accord with an institutional investment and crypto assets trading platform Omniex. Both Gemini and Omniex are working together for a cross connect in Equinix NY5 data center. The alliance allows to offering high performance trading experience to the institutional investors.

Tyler Winklevoss, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Gemini, said Omniex shares its idea of developing a technology for institutional investors so as to address the market challenges and regulatory issues when dealing with crypto assets. In order to safeguard the digital assets in its custody, Gemini has secured an insurance cover. It is committed to offering a secure and safe trading platform to the investors.

Brief Information about Gemini

Winklevoss brothers have established the Crypto Exchange in the year 2015 in the US. It is controlled by the NYSE State Department of Financial Services. The secure Gemini trading platform is available to only six nations worldwide. The company facilitates the trading of Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH). It does not charge any fee for withdrawals or deposits. According to the sources, the company is planning to expand its business to the UK.

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