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16. 21/09/2019 10:05
CME Group Is Launching Bitcoin Options Early in 2020

Derivatives marketplace CME Group has announced that it will offer options on its bitcoin futures contracts starting in the first quarter of next year.

The Chicago-based company first launched its futures product back in December 2017, at the same time as its Windy City rival, the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE).

In its announcement on Friday, CME said the launch of bitcoin options is aimed to provide clients with “additional tools for precision hedging and trading.” The launch is pending regulatory review.

Tim McCourt, CME Group global head of equity index and alternative investment products, said:

“Based on increasing client demand and robust growth in our Bitcoin futures markets, we believe the launch of options will provide our clients with additional flexibility to trade and hedge their bitcoin price risk. These new products are designed to help institutions and professional traders to manage spot market bitcoin exposure, as well as hedge Bitcoin futures positions in a regulated exchange environment.”

The firm detailed that, since the 2017 launch, it has seen 20 “successful” futures expiration settlements, with over 3,300 individual accounts trading the contracts. Close to 7,000 CME bitcoin futures contracts are traded on average each day, the firm added.

In March 2019, CBOE abruptly changed tack and halted the futures product. That left CME as the sole provider of bitcoin futures in the U.S.

CME will have a new rival from on Monday, however, when the Intercontinental Exchange and its subsidiary Bakkt begin offering a new futures product. Unlike CME’s cash contracts, though, ICE will be offering a physically settled product, meaning customers will receive actual bitcoin instead of the cash equivalent.

17. 16/08/2019 21:38
Bitcoin Defends Price Support, But Bear Case Still Intact
CoinDesk Bitcoin News Blockchain 101 Technology Markets Business Data & Research Events Asia is leading the way in crypto adoption on a global scale. Join thousands of your peers to learn why. Bitcoin Defends Price Support, But Bear Case Still Intact Omkar Godbole Omkar Godbole Aug 16, 2019 at 11:10 UTC Updated Aug 16, 2019 at 11:19 UTC View Bitcoin’s repeated defense of the 100-day moving average signals seller exhaustion, but a break above $10,445 – the high of Thursday’s hammer candle – is needed to confirm a bull revival. A high-volume move above $10,445 would open the doors to re-test of $11,120. BTC may have a tough time scaling $10,445, as the daily chart indicators are biased bearish. The risk of a drop to $9,049 (July 17 low) remains as long as prices are held below that level.
18. 15/08/2019 21:05
$9,650: Bitcoin Price Dips Below Key Long-Term Support
Bitcoin has dipped beneath the 100-day moving average, potentially opening the doors to support near $8,500 if the bulls can’t keep prices above the MA. Total weekly volume for the bears is lower than expected, offering a small hope for a bullish rebound. Price would need a firm close above the 100-day MA in hopes of cementing a higher low relative to July 28’s dip low. Bitcoin (BTC) continues to tumble from temporary support levels at $10,000 after enduring its worst single-day loss in a month. At 06:15 UTC, BTC’s price pierced the 100-day moving average (MA) at $9,653, triggering a flurry of sell-orders as the mid-term trend switched from bullish-to-bearish. The world’s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization has since recovered slightly and at time of writing is changing hands at $9,800 on Bitstamp, representing a 2.4 percent loss on the day. Bearish market sentiment echoed throughout the world today as the international stock markets fell across the board with the S&P 500 down 2.9 percent, while the FTSE 100 in the UK dropped by 1.42 percent. That would seem to dispell the notion that BTC acts as a safe haven asset, offering certainty during darker economic time. Regardless, the onus is now heavily on the bulls to regain a foothold back above the 100-day MA on the daily chart or risk further downside.
19. 13/08/2019 18:42
Bitcoin’s Bulls Now Have a Target of $13.2K, Monthly Chart Suggests
Bitcoin charted an “inside bar” pattern last month, making $13,200 the level to beat for the bulls. A convincing move above $13,200 would imply a resumption of the rally from lows near $4,050 seen in April. A break below $9,049 (July’s low) would confirm a bearish inside bar reversal on the monthly chart. The hourly chart indicates prices could drop below $11,000 in the next 24 hours or so. The bearish case would weaken if lower-highs pattern on the hourly chart is invalidated with a move above $11,431.
20. 11/08/2019 21:05
Bitcoin in Tug of War Between Bulls and Bears as Trading Range Tightens
Bitcoin has charted a narrowing price range over the last three days, neutralizing the immediate bullish setup. A bull revival needs a UTC close above Wednesday’s high of $12,145, according to a double inside bar pattern seen on the daily chart. The outlook would turn bearish if prices print a UTC close below Wednesday’s low of $11,388. The odds of a bearish UTC close would rise if BTC breaks lower from the contracting triangle seen on the intraday charts. Bitcoin (BTC) is witnessing indecisive price action for the third day, with a break above Wednesday’s high of $12,145 needed to revive the bullish outlook. The leading cryptocurrency is currently trading at $11,690 on Bitstamp, representing a 0.85 percent drop on the day. Prices hit a high of $12,040 in the Asian trading hours before quickly falling back below the $12,000 mark. Today is the fourth straight day of bull failure above $12,000. The cryptocurrency hit an intraday high of $12,325, $12,145 and $12,061 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, respectively only to print a UTC close below $12,000 on all three days. Essentially, BTC has charted lower highs above $12,000 since Tuesday. At the same time, it has created higher lows in the last three days. That narrowing price range is a sign of indecision in the market place. The consolidation could also be considered a sign of bullish exhaustion since it comes following a 35 percent price rise over eight days



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