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Bitcoin Futures on E-Trade

Bitcoin Futures on E-Trade

  • January 3, 2018

Bitcoin Futures on E-Trade – Yet More Proof that Bitcoin Is Still the King of Crypto Currency.

CME Bitcoin futures on E-Trade unveiled last night was just the next chapter in Bitcoin’s bright future. With a Bitcoin price slide last month yet still closing out the year on a high note of 1300%+ gains, there was talk of Ripple XRP dethroning Bitcoin as THE digital currency. Not only is Bitcoin holding steady at higher prices today and yesterday, the news of Bitcoin Futures on E-Trade just cemented Bitcoin squarely as king of the hill of cryptocoin.

E-Trade customers can now trade Bitcoin futures via the CME by placing orders through E-Trade. Expanded trading of Bitcoin futures on E-Trade is just more proof that Bitcoin is far and away the only digital currency to really make it mainstream. Truly Bitcoin is Badasseum in terms of being the very best digital currency investment anyone can make. These tangential relationships stemming from the trading of Bitcoin futures is just the next step in Bitcoin’s rise.

Bitcoin Futures on E-TradeWith nearly 4 million brokerage accounts and over 3,000 employees Bitcoin futures on E-Trade is serious business. Trading began last night and while it’s too early for any numbers, we don’t doubt they will be very pleasing to the eye. As 2018 unfolds we’re reminded all over again of Bitcoin price predictions of $40,000, $60,000 and even $100,000 before the year is out.

E-Trade is the latest online brokerage house to expand trading in this somewhat new line of Bitcoin products. Futures exchanges CBOE and CME began offering Bitcoin futures in mid-December after a wild bull run on Bitcoin pricing. With things moving so fast in the cryptocoin world, some may have forgotten that online brokers rolled out Bitcoin futures trading last month when TD Ameritrade and E-Trade began offering customers access to CBOE Bitcoin futures.

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