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Bitcoin to $50K next year? One investor bets $1 mln that it will be.
Bitcoin blows past $7,000 following CME Group’s decision to trade Bitcoin futures.
LedgerX has explosive first week trading BTC derivatives following its soft launch. Company says things are just getting started.
Two new Bitcoin ETFs up for SEC approval.
Cryptocurrency owes its present success to its multidisciplinary nature. Here’s who we have to thank.
Why the ability to bet on Bitcoin going bust could help stabilize the market
Tommy Lee, the notorious founder of Fundstrat, one of the largest independent research and analysis firms, has repeated his projection of $6,000 for this year, ...
The SEC has disapproved two proposed Bitcoin ETFs, but the CFTC recently approved the creation of a regulated Bitcoin futures market. Ironically, the CFTC’s app...
The recent massive run up in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency prices has led to a bit of a debate regarding the very nature of Bitcoin, and the question of whet...
LedgerX could power cryptocurrency on a ‘virtuous cycle’ to broader adoption, Bloomberg thinks.
LedgerX has received full approval from the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission to be a DCO
The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) grants Bitcoin exchange LedgerX a status of a Swap Execution Facility (SEF).
LedgerX co-founder, Paul Chou, stated that most of the projects led by blockchain startups to implement distributed ledger technology in the traditional financi...
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have been officially deemed a commodity by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission on September 17.
BitPay Releases Bitcore Playground, LedgerX Endorsed for CFTC Approval and more.
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