“The thing I want most from the ecosystem is transparency…I think we should have a level playing field across exchanges and good practices so that exchanges are not used for money laundering because that’s certainly a cost for the system as a whole,” says Pierre Noizat, CEO of Paymium. Paymium was created in 2011 as one of the first exchanges in the cryptocurrency space, and the current platform has been running continuously since 2013. But there are a couple of things that set the Paymium exchange apart from the rest: security and regulatory compliance. In fact, Paymium is the first exchange to maintain a long-term, successful banking relationship. But at what price, and do the pros outweigh the cons? Noizat is eager to discuss it all, so tune in to learn more.
Noizat also discusses:
- How the addition of too many cryptocurrencies (and too quickly) can be dangerous and compromise security.
- Future plans to add more cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies to the platform while maintaining the same level of security and compliance.
- The dangers and risks of margin trading, especially with BTC.
- How cold wallets work, and how they confer a significant security benefit.