Institutional crypto interest awaits infrastructure

Start-ups and entrenched players aim to bring over custody, execution and post-trade capabilities

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New and old school work to deploy and develop a conventional ecosystem around crypto

Institutional interest in crypto assets has prompted a handful of new start-ups and legacy financial companies to begin importing traditional guardrails from other asset classes into the trading and safekeeping of the emerging store of value – but their efforts are only the start.

Year-to-date, CME bitcoin futures traded on average approximately 7,000 contracts per day during 2019. One CME bitcoin futures contracts is equivalent to five bitcoins. Since its launch in 2017, nearly 2.2 million

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