CBOE Stop Listing Bitcoin

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News Source: CNBC @cnbc
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One thing that affected the coins is Cboe to stop listing bitcoin futures as interest in crypto trading cools.

The major U.S. exchange company that paved the way for bitcoin futures has had a change of heart.

Cboe Global Markets, which rolled out the first bitcoin futures contracts in December 2017, has decided to stop adding new ones. In a statement last week, the Cboe Futures Exchange said it will not add new bitcoin futures in March. It did not rule out the possibility of other cryptocurrency derivatives, though, and “is assessing” its approach for how it plans to continue.


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