Cboe’s bitcoin futures market goes live Sunday — but some of Wall Street’s biggest banks are sitting it out
Bitcoin blew past $16,000 a coin Thursday, but Wall Street banks don’t appear too eager to get in on the crypto-mania.
The Wall Street Journal found Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Citigroup won’t provide their clients access to Cboe’s bitcoin futures market.
Cboe, the options and derivatives exchange based in Chicago, is launching its market for bitcoin futures market Sunday.
Cboe Global Markets’ bitcoin futures market will go live Sunday, but some Wall Street banks don’t plan to get involved, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.
The futures market, which Cboe has been planning …read more
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