CEO Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie in the Media
Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie, CEO, BCB Group, talks to Joy Macknight about why cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin have captured the world’s interest and how the brokerage is delivering best execution for institutional [...]
BitcoinBro’s CEO Oliver von Landsberg Sadie talks with Nejra Cehic on Bloomberg Market TV's 'Rules and Returns'
Bloomberg’s Matt Miller talks with BitcoinBro’s CEO Oliver von Landsberg Sadie about Bitcoin’s growing pains, regulation and criminal activity on Bitcoin.
Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie discusses Bitcoin Futures Trading with David Eades on BBC News Business Briefing
While Bitcoin soars to new all time highs in international markets, its value attracts even greater premiums in struggling markets.
Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie talks to Fergus Nicholl on BBC World Service about the Bitcoin Cash fork and about Bitcoin's popularity in some countries.
Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie talks to Alex Ritson on BBC World Service about the Bitcoin hard fork to Bitcoin Cash, with some commentary on who’s buying cryptocurrencies.
BCB Group in the News
“I can tell you with great confidence that global adoption at established brands is growing steadily and purposefully” Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie, CEO of BCB Group November 2019
Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie, CEO of BCB Group, discusses Facebook being open to currency-pegged stablecoin for project Libra, Republican senator giving Libra its first voice of support in Congress, Circle spinning out Poloniex and more.
Dan Fruhman, one of our execs at BCB Group, discusses how the recent decline in the value of Bitcoin hasn’t deterred institutional investors and hedge funds from buying the digital asset.
Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie, BCB Group CEO, shares his thoughts alongside other industry experts about the meaning of mass adoption relating to crypto.
“The final guidance on crypto assets changed relatively little from the draft guidance issued earlier in the year.” – Oliver Tonkin, General Counsel, BCB Group
“What we have always been on the lookout for is something which is a credible institutional bridge and a kind of settlements layer for cash and for crypto.” – Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie, BCB Group CEO
“We value this partnership… because it enables UK clients to transact with Bitstamp onshore, rather than having to send funds offshore,” said Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie, BCB Group CEO
In a statement, BCB Group founder and CEO Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie said that the partnership aligns with the company’s broader aim of providing robust and frictionless services infrastructure “covering compliance, trade execution and settlement and custody for clients wishing to access cryptocurrencies.”
Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie, CEO of BCB – a financial services group with digital asset specialism, drew comparisons on the various bull runs experienced over bitcoin’s (BTC) lifecycle, with the exception given to this year’s fundamental growth.
Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie, whose cryptocurrency brokerage BCB Group is among the hundreds of companies based at Level 39 a tech start-up hub in London’s Canary Wharf, said that from last October business was “off the charts” with crypto start-ups springing up.
“There are several clues telling us the market may be bottoming here,” said Jon Cotton, chief strategist at BCB Group, a cryptocurrency prime brokerage in London. “The fact that many other digital currencies have recently suffered worse selloffs could allow bitcoin to regain its market dominance and pull away from the pack,” he added.
As Bitcoin continues its recent rally, Jon Cotton (pictured), Head Strategist at global cryptocurrency prime brokerage BCB Group, has commented on why this latest move may point to a sustained move upwards for the currency in the medium-term.
In essence, GlobalBlock acts like a stockbroker, enabling investors to purchase tokens easily using Fiat currencies. Through its joint venture with liquidity provider BCB Group, it can receive Fiat in GBP, USD or EUR.
Die Schweiz ist weiterhin ein Magnet für internationale Akteure im Kryptowährungsbereich. Ein britischer Broker will nun in der Schweiz eine Gesellschaft gründen.