Bitcoin (BTC) futures platform Bakkt now sees most of its contracts settled in BTC, not cash, the latest data reveals.
Derivatives giant BitMEX and cryptocurrency exchange Binance are the Bitcoin (BTC) industry’s biggest — when ranked by open interest (OI).
Bitcoin (BTC) is starting the second week of its fourth halving cycle clinging to $9,500, but what factors are weighing on the largest cryptocurrency
Bitcoin (BTC) holders now have a new tool to leverage the largest cryptocurrency’sgrowing ecosystem as two new futures markets go live.
Bitcoin (BTC) price briefly returned to $10,000 on May 14 as a fresh spectacular bullish surge entirely canceled out its weekend crash.
Bitcoin (BTC) institutional investors are banking on a bull run as the latest data shows new records for the top cryptocurrency’s futures markets.
BitMEX, one of the world’s biggest crypto derivatives exchanges, is still struggling to recover from a major market sell-off that followed
Following major accusations of insider stock trading during the coronavirus-induced market crash, Senator Kelly Loeffler (R-GA), the former CEO of Bakkt,
Bitcoin (BTC) swiftly retook $6,000 after losing support on March 30, as analysts eyed a potential for the price to fill a new gap in futures markets.
Bitcoin (BTC) has fallen 4% in the past 24 hours, but its losses may be down to an old culprit which has already sparked market volatility and selling pressure.
Bitcoin (BTC) fell below $10,000 once more on Feb. 24 after a gap in CME’s futures trading implied downward pressure should characterize the start of the new week.