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The CME Group Bitcoin futures and options are showing growth and more market participants.
Bitcoin (BTC) Is Steadily Rallying While Alt Coins Remain Volatile - We Believe It Will Take Far Higher Prices In BTC To Generate 2017-Like Attention
Yesterday, Roger Ver's Bitcoin.com Announced They Had Pulled Their Mining Pool's Support Of The Upcoming Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Block Reward Development Fund Proposal.
The World Economic Forum Took Place Last Week And One Of The Main Talking Points Of The Entire Event Was Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) - Most Of The World's Major Central Banks Are Investigating Or Undergoing Plans To Launch Their Own CBDC.
Crypto is lower this morning, with most in the Top 10 down at least -3%. Spot volumes have remained in line with what we've seen over the last 3-days.
Binance Has Changed The Metrics That Informs Their Decision On Their Quarterly Binance Coin (BNB) Burn - The Announcement Was Made In A Questionably Covert Manner And Reduces Transparency
Crypto markets are lower this morning as the sector sees a pullback from its aggressive run-up earlier in the week. Spot volumes, while still above the 30-day average, are only about a third of what they were Tuesday and Wednesday.
Some of the more aggressive moves saw DASH up in the range of 100% over 24-hours, Zcash (ZEC) +70%, ETH Classic (ETC) +50% and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) +40%. Bitcoin SV (BSV) was far and away the best performer (+200% at its highs).
We've Been Hearing A Lot About BTC Technicals In The Most Recent Rally - We Wanted To Share Some Broad Thoughts About How, In Our Opinion, These Indicators Differ In Crypto Versus Traditional Public Markets
In response to growing interest in cryptocurrencies and customer demand for tools to manage bitcoin exposure, CME Group will launch options on Bitcoin futures (BTC) on January 13, 2020.