By: Steve Smith
It was in November 2017 when the CME Group Inc. – (CME – Get Rating) Group (CME) launched futures contracts on Bitcoin for trading. Now, two years later the exchange announced list options on Bitcoin to begin trading in January 2020. For some this was a long time coming, for others, it’s a sign that Bitcoin still a bubble waiting to burst.
At the time of the futures launched it was supposed to create a new level of legitimacy for the cryptocurrency but instead seemed to be a classic case of “ringing the bell” at the top.
Indeed, on the… Continue reading at StockNews.com