Bakkt has announced that clients can start making deposits into the Bakkt Warehouse beginning September 6 as the platform moves toward a full-blown launch on September 23.
Bakkt states that it has been given a New York state trust charter by the NYDFS which allows the company to offer physically-traded futures contracts with BTC.
Bakkt has finally confirmed that their crypto trading platform is about ready to be launched after meeting the regulatory deadlines set by the CFTC.
Bakkt have acquired Digital Asset Custody Company (DACC), a startup that offers crypto custody solutions that mainly target institutional clients.
New reports have surfaced that Starbucks is ready to begin accepting cryptocurrencies, but those rumors have been squashed as quickly as they made their appearance. Fortunately, there is a solution, and it is available through the original Bitcoin, Bitcoin SV.
U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange LGO Markets targeting institutional investors is planning on making its entrance into the space this month and will begin spot trading in Bitcoin Core (BTC) as of March 11.
The crypto trading platform Bakkt has already been forced to delay its launch because the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) hasn’t found time to approve its application to act as a custodial solution.
Bakkt, the cryptocurrency trading platform expected to be introduced by Intercontinental Exchange, is potentially facing delays that might postpone, once again, the launch of its services.
Bakkt has announced it has completed its first round of capital fundraising, raising $182.5 million from 12 groups.