Bakkt offered by the Intercontinental Exchange is now live and all eyes will be watching to see if it turns out to be the game-changer that is expected.
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.
The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission has approved an application by LedgerX to offer physically-backed futures contracts for Bitcoin Core.
Bakkt has finally confirmed that their crypto trading platform is about ready to be launched after meeting the regulatory deadlines set by the CFTC.
Eurex, in partnership with CME and Cboe Global Markets, is gearing up to launch a significant number of futures contracts tied to cryptos.
The NASDAQ Stock Exchange appears to be venturing into the cryptocurrency markets as it announced it will launch a Bitcoin Core and Ethereum Liquid Index effective from February 25.
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.
The fears of many in the U.S. crypto community that the country would take a back seat in cryptocurrency innovation seem to have been valid.
Stock exchange firm Nasdaq will reportedly continue with plans that will see them launch BTC futures in 2019 despite the ongoing price slide, according to sources close to the company.