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CME will launch Euro-priced Bitcoin and Ethereum futures on August 29.



Time:8/4/2022 12:02:29 PM

[CME will launch Euro-priced Bitcoin and Ethereum futures on August 29] Jinse Finance reported that CME Group (CME) plans to further expand its cryptocurrency derivatives products and will launch Euro-priced Bitcoin futures on August 29. Bitcoin and Ethereum futures pending regulatory review.

To match their USD-denominated counterparts, the bitcoin euro and ethereum euro futures contracts will be sized at 5 bitcoin and 50 ether per contract. These new contracts will be cash-settled against the CME CF Bitcoin-Euro Reference Rate and the CME CF Ethereum-Euro Reference Rate, which serve as once-daily reference rates for Bitcoin and Ethereum denominated in euros. These new futures contracts will be traded at CME Group is listed and bound by its rules.

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The CME Bitcoin futures October contract closed at $11,595: Jinse Finance reported that the CME Bitcoin futures October 2020 contract with the highest trading volume closed up $185 today to $11,595, an increase of 1.62%. The November, December, and January 2021 contracts closed at $11,680, $11,770, and $11,835, respectively. [2020/10/16]

News | CME Bitcoin futures contracts may hit record highs this month: Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) Bitcoin (BTC) derivatives trading looks set to reach record levels this month, with volumes soaring and open interest already at record highs Hovering around the high point. According to CME Group data, as of January 16, the open interest of CME futures products alone totaled 5,328 contracts, or 26,640 bitcoins (about 237 million U.S. dollars). The figure is higher than any monthly close on CME since its launch in December 2017, and as of now, July 2019 stands at an all-time high of 5,252 contracts. According to the latest data released by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) on January 7, the number of open interest did exceed the current level in early January, reaching about 5400 contracts. (Cointelegraph)[2020/1/17]

Dynamics | CME Bitcoin futures trading volume has soared by 950% since the beginning of the month: According to bitconist, the rebound in Bitcoin prices has led to a surge in trading volume in CME Bitcoin futures contracts, with the trading volume increasing to $683 million, marking the highest since the beginning of this month An increase of about 950% since then. On April 4, the total number of Bitcoin futures contracts traded on the platform was 22,542, worth about $563 million. Only 2,162 contracts were traded on the platform on April 1. [2019/4/6]

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