The regulated Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) is steadily climbing the ranks as one of the largest Bitcoin futures and perpetual futures exchanges in a development reminiscent of the early stages of the 2020-2021 bull run. With a notional open interest (OI) of $3.54 billion, CME has surged from the fourth position to become the second-largest The post CME Emerges as Second-Largest Bitcoin Futures Exchange, Approaches Top Spot appeared first on Cryptonews.
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The governor of Banco de Portugal, Mário Centeno has called for international cooperation towards a global framework for crypto regulation. According to him, national efforts alone cannot protect investors due to the nature of digital assets as it can lead to regulatory arbitrage creating loopholes for bad actors to capitalize…. Read More: Bank of Portugal’s […]