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Alert: CBOE Bitcoin Futures Put on Hold

CBOE has made an announcement that it is not going to list Bitcoin Futures in March this year. The previous contracts listed will still remain listed.
CBOE has made an announcement that it is not going to list Bitcoin Futures in March this year. The previous contracts listed will still remain listed.

CBOE or the Chicago Board Options Exchange famous in the cryptocurrency space for the listing of bitcoin futures has now made an announcement that it is not going to list Bitcoin Futures in March this year. According to the exchange they still need to review their proposition to the cryptocurrency space.

The previous bitcoin futures contracts listed on CBOE exchange will still remain listed as the last one shall be expired in June this year. CBOE is also observing the crypto derivatives trading.

People have also been comparing the bitcoin futures trading on CME and CBOE. According to the charts displayed by TradeBlock, the CME bitcoin futures are experiencing much better trading volumes than the CBOE.

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Bakkt: Bitcoin Futures

Bakkt, a platform that all cryptocurrency enthusiasts have been deliberately waiting for, will also be listed bitcoin futures contracts on their trading platform. These are different from the current listed bitcoin futures, as they will be physically delivered to the clients.

Bakkt has been experiencing many delays since the announcement of its launch. The platform was earlier scheduled to be launched last year but since then, it has been continuously facing issues that are leading to the delays.

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