The Chicago Commodity Exchange (CME) announced the launch of a new derivative product based on bitcoin fractional parts.
The first futures contracts for 0.1 BTC will be released on May 3, after the approval of the regulators.
Exchange adds Derivatives based on fractional parts of cryptocurrency to provide market participants more flexible tools for risks hedge. The cost of the current Bitcoin futures CME is 5 VTS.
With the help of more affordable contracts, CME Group hopes to attract new customers and increase the efficiency of trading derivatives. The company also notes a stable increase in interest in cryptophusers.
Earlier, the Chicago Commodity Exchange reported that in January the volume of trading derivatives on Bitcoin grew by 57%. Increased attention from investors prompted her main competitor CBoe to resume its
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