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Ethereum (ETH) ETF Buzz Attracts Traditional Finance Interest: Report

“Tradfi” may be beginning to rotate into the ETH ETF trade after two months. As per a new report by Reflexivity Research, the annualized basis on CME has consistently increased, reaching over 18%. Bitcoin’s open interest in CME has also experienced continuous growth, surpassing $4.5 billion since the trend began two months ago. Notably, an interesting pattern has emerged when comparing CME activities between Bitcoin and Ethereum. Velo Data’s analysis reveals that the futures’...

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This Is How Much Bitcoin Institutions Are Trading On The CME

While Binance remains the largest venue in the world for Bitcoin futures trading, another more regulated market is now following closely behind. CME Bitcoin Futures now stands as the second-largest Bitcoin futures exchange in the world by open interest, signaling rising intrigue from institutions seeking Bitcoin exposure. The Return of the CME to Bitcoin According to data from Coinglass, there are now over 103,000 BTC in futures open interest (OI) live on the CME, worth $3.54...

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CME Group and CF Benchmarks Floats BTC and ETH Reference Rates in APAC

CoinspeakerCME Group and CF Benchmarks 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. CME Group and CF Benchmarks Floats BTC and ETH Reference Rates in APAC

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CME Group to Allow Bitcoin Contracts to Expire Every Day of the Week

Earn Your First Bitcoin Sign up and get $12 Bonus Referral bonus up to $3,000 Sign up CME Group in Chicago, one of the world’s biggest derivatives marketplaces, says it’s going to be expanding its Ethereum and bitcoin-based options across both standard and micro-sized contracts. CME Group to Establish All-Day Bitcoin Contract Trading The news comes right as several other Ethereum and...

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Hungry for Bitcoin and Ether Trading, CME Group Expands Derivatives Offerings

Prominent derivatives marketplace Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) Group has announced adding daily expirations for Bitcoin (BTC) and Ether (ETH) futures options contracts. Pending regulatory review, the two new additions will have expirations Mondays through Fridays. Bitcoin and Ether Daily Expiries According to the official press release, CME Group will offer new expiries for options on Bitcoin and Ether futures, with expirations available every day of the business week...

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CME Group Records Increased Demand for Crypto Products Despite Bear Market 

Terrence A. Duffy, chairman and CEO of leading derivatives marketplace Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), disclosed that his company has noticed some growth in demand for its crypto products since November. During a recent interview with CNBC’s Closing Bell, Duffy made the revelation when he was asked about the state of institutional demand for its Bitcoin futures product. CME Records Uptick in Crypto Products The CME chief executive believes market conditions in 2022 could...

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CME Group Is Releasing New Around-the-Clock Pricing Info for Crypto Assets

CME Group in Chicago, one of the world’s largest derivative marketplaces, is working with CF Benchmarks, a leading provider of crypto benchmark indices, to unveil roughly 11 new crypto reference rates by April 25. CME Group Seeks to Permits Full Price Transparency The reference rates in question are not for tradable futures products. Instead, they will apply to a wide array of separate crypto networks such as bitcoin cash, Litecoin, Cosmos, Polygon, Solana, Stellar...

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Google Invests $1B in Bitcoin Futures Provider CME Group

CME Futures, the futures-exchange giant that offers regulated bitcoin services, has secured a massive investment from Google worth $1 billion aiming to transfer its core trading systems to the cloud. The news was first reported by the Wall Street Journal, and informs that the tech giant will provide its cloud services to CME to “power markets that handle trillions of dollars in trades each day.” The two parties have agreed on a ten-year partnership. CME will strive to onboard...

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