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Partnership allows traders using Mercury’s BEACON platform and API to trade bitcoin options and perpetual swaps on Bit.com’s crypto derivatives exchange

Mercury Digital Assets (“Mercury”), a technology provider for digital asset markets, announced today its partnership with Bit.com, a secure, high-performance crypto derivatives exchange launched by Matrixport. This partnership enhances trading capabilities for both parties’ customers at a time of growing interest in crypto derivatives.

With the integration of the firms’ systems, Mercury customers can now trade directly in Bit.com’s order book using Mercury’s BEACON platform’s set of professional-grade trading tools or connect via Mercury’s set of robust APIs to automate workflows and interconnect systems.

“Cryptocurrencies are not a ‘niche’ asset anymore. We field inquiries from all types of traditional derivatives market participants who want exposure to cryptocurrencies and appreciate our track record of building state-of-the-art trading technology,” said Tony Saliba, Founder of Mercury. “We’ve watched Bit.com build substantial market

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Traders piling back into megacap technology shares need to keep an eye on the options market, where still-elevated activity sets the stage for heightened stock volatility.

While the frenetic pace of speculation in derivatives has eased a bit recently, it hasn’t stopped, and a chorus of analysts warns the trading remains capable of exacerbating swings. Monday brought the biggest rally for the Nasdaq 100 Index since April, but measures of volatility rallied as well.

One proxy for the froth still latent in options, the percentage of overall volume represented by single-stock contracts, remains up 19% from a year ago, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co. Most of it is concentrated in megacap technology and momentum-driven shares.

Meanwhile, a large buyer of tech calls dubbed the Nasdaq whale recently resurfaced, purchasing around $200 million worth of call contracts on tech stocks in a single day. The Nasdaq 100 Index has gained

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Apple’s iPhone 12 lineup is expected to come in eight different colors, overhauling the iPhone color options to prospective customers. The colors come to accompany the iPhone 12’s new squared-off industrial design, with a flat stainless steel band around the outer edge, at least on the Pro models, and glass on the rear.

Current iPhone 11 Colors

New rumors from a reliable Chinese Weibo account called “Kang” state that the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 mini and 6.1-inch iPhone 12 will come in Black, White, Red, Green, and Blue.

iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini Colors

  • Black
  • White
  • Red
  • Green
  • Blue (New)

Colors that would be removed from the iPhone lineup include Yellow and Purple. Multiple rumors have previously suggested that the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max will also come in a new Blue finish, which will replace the Midnight Green color that was introduced as an

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Prosper’s Parks and Recreation department is offering a plethora of programming this fall for town residents.

“Parks and Recreation has always offered high-quality programs for all ages and we are pleased to announce we will continue numerous activities throughout this season,” Dudley Raymond, director of Parks and Recreation, said.

“If you’re looking for ways to get out in the fresh air, we’ve got that. Indoor options following our fun-and-fitness theme include nutrition workshops, art instruction, fitness classes and methods for learning to relax and improve creativity.”

Raymond said the schedule also includes expanded programs for active adults and seniors age 55-plus, including the recently launched Prosper Area Senior Bowling League.

The league, which is open to bowlers of all skill levels, meets at 1 p.m. Tuesdays at Strikz, 8769 Lebanon Road, Frisco. A $10 weekly fee is charged to cover shoe rental and games. Advance registration is requested and additional

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With e-learning on a stellar rise, more and more organizations are evaluating how best to introduce or improve on their learning management systems for online courses, virtual universities and learning portals. Online learning can allow companies to train staff more effectively – from addressing front end staff development to upskilling the training department itself. Businesses are also increasingly recognizing the value of social networking tools in the workplace and many are considering the best way to introduce online discussions and portals.

A wide variety of software packages is available to allow companies to manage their e-learning system – these include proprietary solutions, systems developed in-house, and open source software. The most appropriate option depends upon a variety of factors including: in-house skills for initial set-up and ongoing administration, desired sophistication of the learning management system, accessibility, and number of users (proprietary companies often charge per ‘seat’ or per user).

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