The NASDAQ exchange confirmed that it hopes to launch its platform sometime early next year and that it will start with Bitcoin Core (BTC) futures.
Cryptocurrency exchange Gemini will be using Nasdaq's SMARTS Market Surveillance technology for monitoring the marketplace.
Investment banking giant Goldman Sachs is taking a step into the cryptocurrency space as it looks to launch its own Bitcoin (BTC) futures product soon.
So popular is cryptocurrency as an investment option that even the chief executive of the International Exchange Inc. (ICE), owner of NYSE, admits that crypto is trusted more than the Federal Reserve.
More Bitcoin exchange-traded funds are reportedly closer to being listed on NYSE Arca, the first all-electronic exchange in the United States.
CFTC general counsel Daniel Davis told staff that they can trade digital tokens like they would corn, oil, precious metals, and other commodities.
Corporate investors have reported that Bitfinex margin facilities appear to have been closed to their investments, despite reassurances from the exchange.
Merrill Lynch has barred its roughly 17,000 financial advisers from buying SegWit1x (BTC)-related investments on behalf of their clients.
Deutsche Boerse has announced plans that could see SegWit1x (BTC) futures traded on European exchanges for the first time.