By: Isha Das
Interest in Bitcoin futures listed on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) has been outpacing Binance futures since November 2023. However, with the prevalence of Bitcoin ETFs growing, institutional traders appear to be swapping their futures positions for this alternative investment vehicle. Analysts suggest that this could lead to a reduction in CME open interest, potentially allowing Binance to regain its top position in the Bitcoin futures market. Both platforms have distinct features that could influence their market dominance, making the shift in traders' preferences crucial to monitor.
In another development, Ethereum interoperability hub, Polymer, has successfully raised $23M in a Series A funding round. Co-led by Blockchain Capital, Maven 11 and Distributed Global, the impressive funding round also saw participation from high profile investors like Coinbase Ventures, Placeholder and Digital Currency Group. The funding strengthens Polymer's standing as a promising project in the Ethereum interoperability space.
These developments reflect the dynamic and evolving nature of the cryptocurrency investment landscape, as traders' preferences and investment strategies quickly adapt to new offerings and opportunities.
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