The clarification comes just a day after Bakkt announced its Bitcoin Futures platform would be delayed from its initial date of Dec 13, 2018, until Jan19, 2019, due to needing more time to prepare the platform for a smooth trading experience upon launch. What are your thoughts on Bakkt’s physically-backed Bitcoin futures contracts? Will they help the market recover from what is widely considered one of the worst crashes in Bitcoin’s history, or will they make matters worse? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
We've been asked why we're starting with bitcoin. Here's why:— Bakkt (@Bakkt) November 21, 2018
Bitcoin today accounts for over half of total crypto market capitalization and has been deemed to be a commodity, and its derivatives are regulated in the US by the CFTC… (1/2)
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