Kalshi Stock

kalshi.comFinTech / FinTech softwareFounded: 2018

Kalshi is the first CFTC regulated exchange dedicated to trading on a new asset class: event contracts. These contracts are structured as questions about whether a future event will happen and can be answered by a simple Yes or No. The contracts cover a wide range of topics from weather to international affairs to media and more. Kalshi makes money by charging a transaction fee on the expected earnings on the contract. The company's mission is to allow people to capitalize on their opinions and hedge against everyday risks.

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Management Team

Tarek Mansour
Luana Lopes Lara

Board Members

Alfred Lin
Sequoia Capital

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News Highlights

Kalshi allows users to trade on things they can ‘relate’ to: Tarek Mansour

Kalshi, a company co-founded by Tarek Mansour, offers a platform for users to bet on future events in an online trading market. Mansour highlighted how the platform allows users to trade on things they can relate to during an appearance on 'Mornings with Maria'.

Federal regulators reject Kalshi's bid to offer betting on US elections

The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has rejected Kalshi's proposal to offer derivative contracts based on the results of future political events. The CFTC views such contracts as unlawful gaming. Despite the setback, Kalshi CEO Tarek Mansour remains optimistic that the vision of his startup will eventually be recognized and embraced.
Updated on: Jul 24, 2024


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