Here’s how Eth2, DeFi and Bitcoin price will impact Ethereum’s CME futures
Bitcoin’s (BTC) abysmal December 2017 futures launch quickly fell short of investors expectations and even though the market has surpassed $2.5 billion in open interest, the initial launch has reinforced the narrative that this week’s CME ETH futures launch will be equally bearish in the short term.
Prior to the CME BTC futures launch, had already gained 1,900% for the year, a rally which some analysts argue was propelled by the expectation of regulated futures.
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