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Escrow Services

Establishing escrow is an important milestone during the home or property sales process. For over 30 years, Maven Options Escrow has worked with clients across the Inland Empire. We are committed to making every bulk cryptocurrency (bitcoins) and real estate transaction a success. This is a financial arrangement in which an escrow agent (a neutral third party who is neither the buyer or seller) holds funds, paperwork, or legal documents before a transaction is finalized. Escrow is designed to make your transactions safer by protecting both the buyer and seller’s assets until the conditions of the sales are met.

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Fund Management

Maven Options is a boutique fund management company authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and registered with the Uk Company House (www.gov.uk). Our team has considerable experience managing Fund launches and onboarding counterparties across jurisdictions and strategies. The Team has led Corporate Restructurings and Hedge Fund mergers and acquisitions. It is 100% independent, owned by Senior Management. Maven Options provides emerging asset managers and traders a unique hedge fund platform and the opportunity to launch their independent fund. Maven Options delivers all non-investment services including Regulatory Authorisation, Regulatory Compliance, Fund Operations, Systems, Risk management, Business Administration and Legal and Finance support. We allow investment professionals to focus solely on investing. We understand the challenges involved in fund management . We partner with our clients helping to grow a sustainable, profitable investments as opposed to adopting a typical service provider approach. Maven Options offers an Institutional Infrastructure to Emerging Managers. We can assist in reducing the risk of loosing your funds whilst maintaining institutional standards.

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Crypto Arbitrage Trading

What Is Cryptocurrency Arbitrage? Cryptocurrency arbitrage is a strategy in which investors buy a cryptocurrency on one exchange, and then quickly sell it on another exchange for a higher price. Cryptocurrencies trade on hundreds of different exchanges, and often the price of a coin or token may differ on one exchange versus another. That’s where the strategy of arbitrage comes in: Similar to using arbitrage in capital markets, crypto arbitrage is a legal way to earn a potential profit when an asset is selling cheaper in one market and at a higher price in another. That said, crypto arbitrage comes with some potential risk factors. Here’s a closer look at how crypto arbitrage works, and trading strategies that use the tactic. Why Are Crypto Prices Difference Across Exchanges? Crypto markets are not regulated, and cryptocurrencies are decentralized and therefore — with the exception of stablecoins — are not pegged to government or fiat currencies like the dollar. This is one of the primary reasons why the prices of different crypto can vary widely: there is no standard price for any particular coin or token. Related to this, some crypto exchanges are bigger than others, with higher trading volume. Thus the supply and demand on one exchange could be quite different from another, affecting the price. Finally, crypto trading fees also vary, and can add to the cost of your trades. What Types of Arbitrage Exist? There are some different ways investors can conduct crypto arbitrage with different types of cryptocurrencies. Spatial Arbitrage Spatial arbitrage involves trading virtual currencies across two different exchange platforms. Spatial arbitrage is a straightforward way of conducting crypto arbitrage. While this is a simple tactic that can take advantage of price discrepancies, spatial arbitrage exposes the traders to risks like transfer times and costs. Spatial Arbitrage Without Transferring Some traders try to avoid the risks of transfer costs and times that spatial arbitrage poses. For example, in a hypothetical case, they may go long Bitcoin on one exchange and short on another, and wait until the prices on the two exchanges converge. That allows them to avoid transferring coins and tokens from one platform to another. However, trading fees may still apply. Triangular Arbitrage Triangular arbitrage takes advantage of pricing inefficiencies among different pairs of cryptocurrencies on the same exchange. With this strategy, an investor starts with one cryptocurrency and then trades it for another cryptocurrency on that same exchange — one which is undervalued relative to the first crypto. The investor would then trade that second cryptocurrency for a third cryptocurrency which is relatively overvalued when compared with the first. Finally, the investor would trade that third cryptocurrency for the first crypto, completing the circuit potentially a little richer. How to Take Advantage of Crypto Arbitrage Algorithmically At first glance, cryptocurrency arbitrage seems like a simple matter of looking for gaps between the prices on one exchange and another, and then executing a buy and a sell. Famously, in 2017 there was a moment when the price of Bitcoin on Kraken was $17,212, but only $16,979 on Bitstamp — presenting an arbitrage opportunity. In that instance, an investor could potentially make $233 per Bitcoin by buying them on Bitstamp, and then quickly selling them on Kraken. While spreads aren’t always as wide as in the above example, there are times when other, less well-known forms of crypto could offer even wider gaps. Since cryptocurrency prices can vary from exchange to exchange, arbitrage opportunities can pop up at any time, with thousands of cryptocurrencies trading on hundreds of exchanges for people investing in cryptocurrency. There are a number of apps investors can download that will track the prices of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for arbitrage opportunities. This way, investors can take advantage of algorithms that automatically scan for arbitrage across different crypto exchanges. This automated approach can allow crypto-arbitrage traders to take advantage of multiple different price discrepancies. This is a type of trading strategy where we capitalize on slight price discrepancies of a digital asset across multiple markets or exchanges. In its simplest form, it is the process of buying a digital asset on one exchange and selling it (just about) simultaneously on another where the price is higher.

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Cannabis/Pot Investment

Global marijuana markets are growing like a weed. The value of the worldwide legal cannabis market is projected to increase by a compound annual growth rate of 26.3% and to reach $91.5 billion by 2028, according to Grand View Market Research. With this impressive expected growth, it's no wonder that many investors are interested in owning cannabis stocks. Here are three steps to investing in the high-flying cannabis industry. 1. Understand the various types of marijuana products. There are two broad categories of cannabis products: Medical marijuana: Medical marijuana, which is cannabis used for medicinal purposes, is legal in 36 U.S. states, plus the District of Columbia, and in more than 40 countries. A prescription from an authorized healthcare provider is typically required for patients to obtain medical marijuana. Medical cannabis is frequently prescribed to adults for anxiety, depression, pain, and stress. Recreational marijuana: Eighteen U.S. states, plus Washington, D.C., have legalized recreational marijuana for adult use. Recreational marijuana is also legal in Canada, Georgia, Malta, Mexico, South Africa, and Uruguay. 2. Invest in your favorite cannabis companies. Investing in marijuana companies is not suitable for everyone. For some, particularly conservative investors, the best approach is to avoid these types of stocks entirely. Only investors who understand and can tolerate high levels of risk should add cannabis companies to their portfolios. 3. Monitor changing marijuana industry dynamics. While investors are generally advised to take a long-term view when buying stocks, the dynamics of the marijuana industry are rapidly changing. The criteria you should use today to make a stock-buying decision could be dramatically different in just a few months. Marijuana industry investors should closely monitor any marijuana stocks or ETFs in their portfolios, along with the overall industry itself. Some changes -- such as if the U.S. federal government relaxed its marijuana laws -- would be beneficial, while other changes could be devastating. Tremendous growth is likely for the global marijuana industry, but it may not occur evenly or predictably. Following these steps for investing in marijuana stocks can help you to navigate investing in this exciting and challenging industry. Where to invest $1,000 right now When our award-winning analyst team has a stock tip, it can pay to listen. After all, the newsletter they have run for over a decade, Motley Fool Stock Advisor, has nearly tripled the market. The spread of marijuana legalization has created a blossoming industry. This is an industry that has a lot of expectations as we speak and When this industry is fully ramped up -- mind you, this will take a few years -- it's expected to generate upwards of $5 billion in added annual sales.

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NFT stands for non-fungible token. It's generally built using the same kind of programming as cryptocurrency, like Bitcoin or Ethereum, but that's where the similarity ends. Physical money and cryptocurrencies are “fungible,” meaning they can be traded or exchanged for one another. The NFT market had a breakout year in 2021, and there's still heightened interest in this digital asset class. According to data from Chainalysis, collectors in 2022 have sent over $37 billion worth of assets to NFT marketplaces as of May 1, putting them on pace to easily beat the total of $40 billion sent in 2021.You've probably been introduced to the concept of NFTs through pieces of art that fetched big dollars at auctions, but because of the "smart contract" technology they are based on, NFTs' utility stretches beyond collectible art.The NFT marketplace is still relatively new and transaction activity has declined in recent weeks, but investors, institutions, companies and celebrities continue to explore this world of digital tokens and smart contracts. For investors who want a piece of the token pie, here's what else you need to know about NFTs and how to manage them: Since NFTs are non-fungible, each token is unique and cannot be replicated. Because of this distinct characteristic, NFTs are represented as unique information on a blockchain, ensuring integrity of digital ownership. This record of original ownership cannot be changed, since its existence is time-stamped on the blockchain. Each NFT represents either a physical or digital asset. Aside from art, this can be anything from intellectual rights to a title of ownership to an asset. BUYING AND SELLING NFTs AS AN INVESTMENT The traditional principle of investing, buy low and sell high, also applies for NFTs. Market participants can buy NFTs early and turn around and sell them for a profit if the interest in the token grows.There are NFTs that you can buy where you can flip right away and others you can hold. NFTs are not like a stock or a bond where you have a quantifiable idea of the intrinsic value of the investment aside from its market value. They have a market value that's driven purely by what the crypto community is willing to pay for them.NFTs are unique due to their verified ownership that cannot be replicated or manipulated. When an item is limited, it becomes more valuable. The NFT market is speculative, with people buying up NFTs because there is the belief that they will later be more valuable to someone else. So people are collecting art NFTs because they think they will be valuable in the future.According to Footprint Analytics, the cumulative trading volume of NFTs was $21.5 billion by the end of 2021, compared to $120 million before 2021 — a 200x jump in cumulative trading volume. We trade and mint NFTs profitably and bring investors great returns on their investments. * Get up to 13% weekly * Diversify your assets * Utility-driven assets * Invest and own NFTs Explore Collections All the hottest NFT collections are on Upper Echelon FAQ ABOUT NFTs Are NFTs profitable? Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, are becoming some of the most profitable blockchain-based experiments in history. High-profile influencers, like Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, have recently made the news auctioning off NFTs. NFTs exist on a blockchain, which is a distributed public ledger that records transactions. An NFT can be a legitimate investment if investors understand what the NFT is being used for.

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Cryptocurrency Trading

Cryptocurrency trading involves speculating on price movements via a CFD trading account, or buying and selling the underlying coins via an exchange. Maven Options trades on the biggest exchanges in the world using APIs for Enterprise spot trading and crypton futures.

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