CME to Launch Bitcoin Trading for Hedge Funds and Traders

The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), the world’s largest futures exchange, is planning to offer spot bitcoin trading on its platform, according to a Financial Times report. This move would provide major hedge funds and institutional traders with a regulated venue to trade Bitcoin. NEW: 🇺🇸 World’s largest futures exchange, CME Group is planning to launch…

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FMX Futures Vs. CME Group – Why Copycats Fail

ipopba Introduction In two earlier posts, here and here, I argue that the road to success in inter-stock-exchange competition is through new listings, not copycats. Here I move from stock exchanges to futures exchanges. I introduce a hypothetical mate for the securities exchange, ENEX, a prototype of the qualities that will successfully compete with the…

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CME Group Floats BTC and ETH Reference Rates in APAC

This strategic collaboration aims to provide market participants with accurate and timely pricing information, fostering greater transparency and confidence in the evolving digital asset space. The world’s leading derivatives platform, CME Group Inc (NASDAQ: CME) has partnered with CF Benchmarks to launch Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) reference rates, cementing crypto’ growing significance in the…

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