Cboe plans comeback in crypto markets

Exchange aims to reverse previous failures, but no launch date set

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Cboe Global Markets intends to make a comeback in the crypto space after shelving its bitcoin futures contracts in March last year.

The exchange had experienced several failed attempts to gain approval from the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to allow digital exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to be listed and traded on its platform.

Speaking at a Cboe briefing on January 14, chief executive Ed Tilly said of the exchange’s plans: “We are not done with the broader crypto space,” adding:

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