Interactive Brokers to Offer Crypto Trading by End of Summer
Interactive Brokers Chairman and CEO Thomas Peterffy announced the company will begin trading cryptocurrencies “by the end of the summer."
It’s the first major expansion of S&P’s crypto benchmarking tools since entering the market in May.
Analysts described the muted activity in spot, derivative and on-chain metrics as "calm before the storm."
For the first time ever, a publicly traded company is navigating crypto's doldrums. Wall Street analysts may not react kindly.
Bitcoin has quadrupled in price since the last time Goldman's consumer division declared bitcoin not "suitable" for clients.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) sent out a second note to investors urging to reevaluate bitcoin futures-focused funds.