The US-based Bitcoin Derivatives Provider (BTC), LedgerX, has officially launched Bitcoin Futures Trading, making it the largest supplier in the domestic market.
In a sharing via social media channels ad LedgerX announced on July 31 that Bitcoin futures now deposited on its Omni trading platform could now be traded.
"It's official: we're live with the Omni retailer!" – writes the company.
The physical futures with Bitcoin are different from those of some of the first operators in 2017. Instead of betting on Bitcoin, investors are actually buying Bitcoin. So, you should also understand how to deal with Bitcoin and not just bet on the price.
LedgerX debuts after receiving the license required by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) at the end of last month. Omni trading is only available for residents of the United States and Singapore who must make a minimum deposit of $ 10,000 or 1 BTC.
The US market has so far missed such an offer. LedgerX is the only established supplier. However, several competitors want to launch their own physical offer forward this year.
Among them, Bakkt, perhaps the most wanted supplier who started testing his product last week.
Regulatory uncertainty has resulted in many delays at Bakkt, a problem that has led other cryptographic service providers to discourage US customers from using their services. have excluded.
Cointelegraph reported that the derivative BitMEX giant had been studied earlier this month. There is a charge that American users are going around the barriers to be able to act anyway.