U.K.-based cryptocurrency futures exchange Crypto Facilities is adding a bitcoin cash product to its offerings.
A month after listing ethereum-based futures for trading, U.K exchange Crypto Facilities is now launching a derivative product for litecoin.
The doors may be open for Cboe to launch an ether futures product, following a recent comment from the SEC that the cryptocurrency is not a security.
Indonesia's futures watchdog has reportedly ruled that cryptos are commodities that can be traded on the country's futures exchange.
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission has released new guidance for companies issuing cryptocurrency derivatives products.
Derivatives exchange operator CME Group and U.K. firm Crypto Facilities are partnering to create an ether reference rate and real time index.
Crypto trading platform Crypto Facilities, which helps the CME Group provide bitcoin futures contracts, will be launching ethereum futures today.
Two members of the U.S. commodities regulator spoke at a conference. One stressed enforcement, the other working with the industry.
Goldman Sachs is launching a new operation that will use the firm's own money to trade bitcoin-related contracts on behalf of its clients.
Intercontinental Exchange CEO Jeffrey Sprecher said cryptocurrency futures contracts may be offered in the future.