decentralized market

Definition

Marketplace that does not contain a centralized location, but is created via a network of technical devices that allow investors access to bids and asking prices and makes it possible for them to make trades direction with other investors and dealers. An example of a decentralized market is the foreign exchange market - as there is no single, physical place where investors can go to trade currencies.

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