The head of the client service of one of the largest exchanges Jeffrey Tessler spoke about the company’s plans for listing bitmic derivatives. In December last year, futures launched the Chicago trading platforms CME and CBOE

One of the largest exchange organizations in the world, Deutsche Börse, is seriously discussing the addition of bitcoin futures or other digital money to the site, Jeffrey Tessler, director of customer service for the exchange, said. He talked about the company’s plans at an event organized by the Association of Financial Markets of Europe, Bloomberg reported.

“Before we move forward with something like bitcoin, we want to make sure that we understand the underlying transaction, which is not the easiest thing. We are working closely with this … we want to understand the volatility and make sure that customers are interested in this, and also make sure that the regulators came to a consensus, “Tessler said.

He noted that in the US business is moving much faster – the Chicago-based CME and CBOE launched bitcoin futures in December last year, operators of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and Nasdaq are discussing the issue of adding cryptocurrency derivatives, and the NYSE, according to unconfirmed information, is planning start exchanger for digital money.

At the moment, no major stock exchange from Europe has submitted contracts for bitcoins or other crypto currency. Deutsche Börse reported that it is considering such an opportunity in December last year.


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