Bakkt is scheduled to begin testing its bitcoin futures contracts Monday, more than six months after its originally planned launch date.
The owner of the New York Stock Exchange, ICE, is reportedly eyeing a New York license for its long-delayed crypto exchange Bakkt.
NYSE parent firm Intercontinental Exchange is likely to spend over $20 million building its bitcoin futures trading platform Bakkt in 2019.
It's unlikely the CFTC will act in time for ICE to launch Bakkt as planned on Jan. 24, CoinDesk has learned.
Intercontinental Exchange, owner of the New York Stock Exchange, says it plans to launch a digital assets platform and bitcoin futures product.
Intercontinental Exchange, the firm that owns the New York Stock Exchange, is developing a bitcoin trading platform, according to a report.
Intercontinental Exchange CEO Jeffrey Sprecher said cryptocurrency futures contracts may be offered in the future.
Intercontinental Exchange announced today that it was partnering with Blockstream to launch a cryptocurrency price data feed.