The upcoming expiration of $750 million in Bitcoin options, which would occur on the last Friday of the month, coincides with other important dates.
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) has become the second-largest derivatives market for bitcoin futures in terms of open interest. The popular exchange has seen an influx of demand since the recent Paypal announcement and the Bitmex debacle as well. Data shows that the Bitcoin Mercantile Exchange (Bitmex) open interest for bitcoin futures has taken a […]
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A Friday note outlines institutional, corporate, and Millennial interest in the leading cryptocurrency.
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