U.S. SEC Gives Consent to Bitcoin Futures Fund

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U.S. SEC Gives Consent to Bitcoin Futures Fund

The U.S. SEC has provided approval for NYDIG Bitcoin Strategy Fund, an investment fund aimed at investing in Bitcoin futures contracts.

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A Bitcoiner in the Senate? Is Bakkt CEO in US Govt. Good or Bad for Crypto?

The CEO of the much-hyped Bitcoin futures platform Bakkt has been appointed to serve in the US Senate. Loeffler will replace Georgia Senator Johnny Isakson, who is due to retire at the end of this month.
At first glance, Kelly Loeffler’s appointment, like the launch of Bakkt itself, looks like an unmitigated success for the crypto industry. However, not everyone is so convinced that Bakkt and Loeffler have the best intentions for Bitcoin.
Bakkt CEO to Replace Georgia Senator, Will Bitcoin Benefit?
As widely reported this afternoon, Georgia State Governor Brian Kemp announced Kelly Loeffler as the outgoing Senator Johnny Isakson’s replacement. Loeffler is expected to take office on the first day of the new year, the day following Isakson’s retirement.
According to a report in NationalPublicRadio, many people had expected Loeffler to take Isakson’s place in the Senate, despite being a political newcomer herself. However, the Bakkt CEO is still a controversial choice. President Trump’s closest allies in the Republican Party had reportedly wanted Kemp to decide in favour of Rep. Doug Collins, an ardent supporter of US head of state.
At first glance, the appointment of a US senator so clearly identified with Bitcoin seems wildly bullish for the industry’s future. Loeffler has written optimistically about digital currency in many Medium posts previously. Meanwhile Bakkt itself purports to be an effort to bring regulation to Bitcoin market and to offer institutional investors a way to take exposure to take receipt of physical Bitcoin in a way more familiar to them.
Increasing trading volumes since Bakkt’s September launch have excited the crypto asset industry. However, as NewsBTC reported last week, this volume has been almost exclusively comprised of Bakkt’s monthly, cash-settled Bitcoin futures, rather than its daily physically-settled contracts that had so many people believing a wave of institutional investors would suddenly use the new platform to buy Bitcoin.

Bakkt has two futures contracts, monthly and daily.
The daily settles every day rather than once a month, with physical delivery in the Bakkt warehouse. It's the one you buy if you want to buy bitcoin and store it in a regulated warehouse.
Its volume is … zero … everyday. pic.twitter.com/a1VPS1Ild7
— Alex Krüger (@krugermacro) November 27, 2019

By never requiring traders to take receipt of actual Bitcoin, many analysts argue that futures contracts can be used to exert downwards pressure on the price of an asset. In fact, the CME Group’s Leo Melamed told Reuters at the December 2018 launch of his own trading venue’s Bitcoin futures contracts that the then new product was an effort to “tame” Bitcoin.
Other commentators on the industry have even gone so far as to say that Bakkt, like the CME Group’s futures contracts, represents an attack on Bitcoin. In the video below, YouTuber Chico Crypto (@ChicoCrypto) argues that since there is scant information about withdrawing from the Bakkt Warehouse custody solution, it’s unclear if traders could ever even take receipt of the actual Bitcoin themselves. The YouTuber contends that the lack of clear information about receiving the asset traded makes Bakkt’s futures different from any they’ve ever encountered before since such information is usually publicly available. For them Bakkt represents:
“… just another product to attack [Bitcoin’s] growth and keep the dollar dominant.”

Youtube's Not Gonna Like Me For This…
F*CK IT
Exposing @Bakkt & It's Evil Agenda
A Place Where #BTC Goes, Never to Be Returned
Connections to @realDonaldTrump
Bought DACC, Their Custodian-For A Suspiciously Low $$
Why?
Tune In Here To Find Out>>https://t.co/YDFqWrLDC3 pic.twitter.com/ATaaAfcwgB
— Chico Crypto (Giving Away Eth-Jeez Greedy F***s) (@ChicoCrypto) November 13, 2019

In closing, Chico Crypto also raises a point about Loeffler’s own prior dealings with the US government. The YouTuber points out that the Bakkt CEO attended the final match of the FIFA Women’s World Cup as part of Trump’s Presidential Delegation. Such a selection seems curious given that Trump tweeted his strong disapproval of all things crypto the very same month he announced the names of those that would be accompanying him to the match.
 
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Governor Kemp Thinks Bakkt CEO Kelly Loeffler is a Promising Senate Member

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Governor Kemp Thinks Bakkt CEO Kelly Loeffler is a Promising Senate Member
Bakkt beats trading records from day to day. Now it is reported that its CEO, Kelly Loeffler, will replace U.S. Senator Isakson and will serve in the Senate until the elections in November 2020.
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Bakkt Hits New All-Time High Volume but Analyst Pours Cold Water on Bitcoin Bulls

The much-hyped Bitcoin futures platform Bakkt has just hit a new all-time high in terms of its daily trading volume. After a meagre start back in September, interest in trading the financial product is finally starting to pick up.
However, the growth in interest isn’t quite the bullish news that many have welcomed it as. A crypto market analyst has reminded those optimistic about the platform’s recent performance that the number of Bitcoin actually changing hands at Bakkt remains close to zero.
Just 17 Bitcoin Were “Physically Delivered” in November at Bakkt
As per a tweet by Twitter-based Bakkt analysis service Bakkt Volume Bot (@BakktBot), yesterday saw a record number of Bitcoin futures contracts trade at the regulated venue. A total of 5,671 contracts traded, around $42.52 million at the time of writing.

ICYMI: Wednesday's Bakkt Bitcoin Monthly Futures:
Traded contracts: 5671 ($42.52 million, +148%) (New ATH ) All time high: 5671 (11/27/2019) Open interest: $4.16 million (+6%)@Bottlepay this bot: https://t.co/MJaZ58oPiu pic.twitter.com/3qpbBPgmt3
— Bakkt Volume Bot (@BakktBot) November 28, 2019

The volume represents a significant increase on the prior all-time high of $20.3 million, recorded on November 25. Although not spectacular when compared to either the CME Group’s own futures volume or trade volumes seen at leading crypto exchanges, the contrast between the recent performances and the sub-million-dollar days reported immediately following the Bakkt launch is notable.
The initial poor performance of Bakkt disappointed many Bitcoin proponents at its debut. However, with the rising volume, optimism about the platform’s impact on the market is once again growing.
Pouring cold water on the bullishness is trader and analyst Alex Krüger (@krugermacro). He reminds those getting excited about new all-time highs in Bakkt volume to consider the products on offer at the platform more closely. Bakkt offers two distinct products, and the all-time high in volume is not in the physically-settled daily Bitcoin futures contracts that had most people excited prior to the launch. Instead it’s in the monthly cash-settled futures also offered at the venue.

Bakkt has two futures contracts, monthly and daily.
The daily settles every day rather than once a month, with physical delivery in the Bakkt warehouse. It's the one you buy if you want to buy bitcoin and store it in a regulated warehouse.
Its volume is … zero … everyday. pic.twitter.com/a1VPS1Ild7
— Alex Krüger (@krugermacro) November 27, 2019

For Krüger, the rising interest in trading the products is positive for Bitcoin in general but he points out that it does not mean that institutions are suddenly keen to take receipt of Bitcoin themselves via the Bakkt Warehouse custody solution.
Unfortunately, the actually physically-settled Bitcoin futures (the daily ones) are not seeing anywhere near the same interest as the monthly ones. In fact, as Krüger points out their volume is “zero… everyday.” The low trade volume has meant that so far in November and October combined, just 32 Bitcoin have actually changed hands via physically-settled contracts.
Given that almost none of the trading at Bakkt currently involves Bitcoin being delivered, the platform will mostly only impact the price in the way that the CME Group’s futures do, rather than physical receipt driving the price up as people had hoped. Many commentators have previously argued that such futures products can exert downwards pressure on the price and are nowhere near as bullish as people believed them to be. Indeed, the CME Group’s Leo Melamed told Reuters at the December 2018 launch of his own trading venue’s Bitcoin futures contracts:
“That’s a very important step for Bitcoin’s history… We will regulate, make Bitcoin not wild, nor wilder. We’ll tame it into a regular type instrument of trade with rules.”
 
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BNY Mellon Joins Trade Finance Blockchain Marco Polo Aiming to Go Live Quickly

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BNY Mellon Joins Trade Finance Blockchain Marco Polo Aiming to Go Live Quickly
The BNY Mellon has officially joined the Marco Polo trade finance consortium intending to onboard clients if the network’s capabilities fit the client’s interests to enhance its trade finance business.
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Bakkt Establishes New ATH as Bitcoin Futures Trade Reaches $20 Million Record

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Bakkt Establishes New ATH as Bitcoin Futures Trade Reaches $20 Million Record
Bitcoin futures trading platform Bakkt has reached a new all-time high, however, it hasn’t had a positive impact on Bitcoin price.
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Bakkt Establishes New ATH, Trades Contracts Worth $20.3 MM in 24- Hours

Bakkt platform has yet again hit a new ATH. A recent tweet by Bakkt Volume Bot, leading derivatives market data provider has revealed that more than $20.3 million or 2738 monthly futures contracts were traded in Bitcoin on the 22nd of November.
Bakkt Trades 2738 Contracts
Source- Bakkt Volume Bot
The new volume is 30% higher than the previous all-time high achieved on Nov. 8 . On that day 1741 contracts were traded. Also, the new volume recorded is 66% more than the volume recorded on the 21st of November. 
Source- Bakkt Bot
As a matter of fact, the open interest is also up by 29% in a span of 24 hours and is currently $1.75 million. While Bakkt had started at a turtle’s pace, there has been a gradual increase in the volume of Bakkt’s Bitcoin[BTC]  Futures. Interestingly, the new record volume is accompanied by a drop in Bitcoin price. The Bitcoin[BTC] price fell below $7000 on Friday. 
A Look At Bakkt’s Recent Developments
As reported by Coingape, Bakkt recently extended Bitcoin[BTC] custody to all institutions.  With this development, clients all over the world can now safeguard their assets using Bakkt’s enterprise-grade offering. Furthermore, it also received authorization from the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) to offer Bitcoin [BTC] custody to all institutions. 
Earlier, this week the platform also confirmed that it will be offering cash-settled Bitcoin futures contracts on ICE Futures Singapore as of Dec. 9. The new Bakkt Bitcoin[BTC] cash-settled monthly futures will enable investors to “gain or hedge exposure in bitcoin markets.
Interestingly, the first regulated options contract for Bitcoin will also be launched on the same day. The options contract will be based on the Bakkt Monthly Bitcoin Futures contract. Interestingly, options will be available on the Bakkt platform a month before the launch of options on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. 
The fees has been set at  $1.25 per options contract where 1 contract is 1 Bitcoin. Also, the contracts will be margined contracts and the platform will allow for cross-margining with underlying futures contract.
When will the platform establish a new ATH again? Let us know, what you think in the comments below!
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Bakkt and ICE Will Offer Cash-Settled Bitcoin Futures in Singapore This December

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Bakkt and ICE Will Offer Cash-Settled Bitcoin Futures in Singapore This December
Bakkt has officially announced the launch of cash-settled Bitcoin futures that will be listed by ICE Futures Singapore on December 9.
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Singapore Regulator To Allow Crypto Derivatives Trading on Approved Exchanges

Monetary Authority of Singapore, in a recent statement, has proposed green-lighting crypto-token derivatives to list and trade on approved domestic exchanges. The proposal suggests that derivatives trading be regulated under the Securities and Futures Act. 
MAS to Regulate Derivatives Trading
The global race for crypto derivatives is accelerating as institutional investors are earnestly finding new ways to hedge their funds and make profits. Furthermore, Giant U.S. bourse operators CME Group Inc. and Intercontinental Exchange Inc. which are already in the business of offering cryptocurrency derivatives are all set to introduce other products in a few months. As a matter of fact, the CME platform will allow options trading from early 2020. 
“MAS’s proposal will allow approved exchanges in Singapore to meet the need of investors to manage their exposure to payment tokens while bringing the activity under regulatory oversight,”
the regulator said in the statement.
Interestingly, Singapore Exchange Derivatives Trading Ltd., a local unit of Atlanta-based ICE, and Asia Pacific Exchange are among the MAS-approved venues. However, none of them currently list any crypto derivatives.  While MAS has put forth its proposal to list derivatives, it is also following a cautious approach. 
“Retail investors are strongly advised not to trade in payment token derivatives, and even if they choose to do so, should exercise utmost caution,” the regulator said in a consultation paper on the subject.
Derivatives Space Experiences Exponential Growth
Furthermore, ICE Futures Singapore aims to launch a cash-settled futures contract on Dec. 9. A few days back, Bitfinex announced that it is considering launching options trading in the first quarter of 2020. Another development in line for the exchange are Tether-based swaps. One of the primary reasons to launch Tether-based swaps is to build trust and a wider reach for Tether.
Also, Bakkt is all set to launch first regulated options contracts for Bitcoin futures on the 9th of December. The options contract will be based on the Bakkt Monthly Bitcoin Futures contract. The new contract has been designed as per customer feedback and has been designed to hedge or gain bitcoin exposure, generate income, and offer cost and capital efficiencies. 
Will this new initiative lead to an increase in a number of derivatives traders? Let us know, what you think in the comments below!
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Galaxy Digital Partners With Bakkt and Fidelity in Creating “Elderly” Bitcoin Funds

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Galaxy Digital Partners With Bakkt and Fidelity in Creating “Elderly” Bitcoin Funds
Michael Novogratz’s crypto merchant bank Galaxy Digital is launching two Bitcoin (BTC) funds, targeting people between the ages of 50 and 80. The new funds aim to bring “the wealth of America.”
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Bakkt Plans to Widen Its Services with Consumer App

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Bakkt Plans to Widen Its Services with Consumer App
Bakkt is working on developing an app, allegedly dubbed Bakkt Pay, to let consumers use digital assets when purchasing goods from merchants. They also might add support more than just Bitcoin.
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Bakkt Bitcoin Custody Warehouse Gets Ultra Secured and Available Worldwide

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Bakkt Bitcoin Custody Warehouse Gets Ultra Secured and Available Worldwide
Bakkt announced that now they have all the needed papers from New York regulators to operate with institutional Bitcoin custody contracts.
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Breaking: Bakkt Expands Its Enterprise-Grade Crypto Custody Solution to All Institutions

Per a recent announcement by Bakkt’s official handle, Bakkt is now all set to offer Bitcoin custody to all institutions. Clients all over the world can now safeguard their assets using Bakkt’s enterprise-grade offering. Furthermore, the latter has also received authorization from the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) to offer bitcoin custody to all institutions. 
Galaxy Digital Among Initial Customers
Source- Twitter
The list of firms that have signed up as initial customers include Pantera Capital, Galaxy Digital and Tagomi. Other firms are expected to join in a span of few weeks. 
Previously, Bakkt only provided custody services to clients trading Bitcoin’s futures contracts. The recent announcement comes with approval from the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS), which previously granted the company a trust charter.
From the COO’s Desk 
In the blog post, Bakkt COO Adam said, 
“When investors have ready access to regulated custodians whose security and processes they trust, the full potential of this emerging asset class and technology can flourish,”
said Bakkt COO Adam.
He further said, 
While technology provides the foundation by which we securely store customer funds, the Bakkt Warehouse employs extensive physical, operational and cybersecurity safeguards too. Our relationship with Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE: ICE), a Fortune 500 company that owns and operates the market infrastructure upon which the world’s largest financial institutions already rely, enables us to uniquely address client needs in the digital asset custody space.
Security is Prime For Bakkt
Although, new to the crypto space, Bakkt employes a large number of safeguards. The security features include dedicated network connectivity between operational sites, redundant secondary facilities, geographically-distributed signing operations, independent reporting structures and a number of other features Also, Bakkt has secured insurance for up to $100 million in assets prior to the launch of its futures in September. In a recent update, Bakkt is now insured with a $125 million policy underwritten by a leading global syndicate of insurers.
What will be the next development on the Bakkt platform? Let us know, what you think in the comments below!
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Crypto Weekly: Bakkt Hits New ATH, China Lifts Crypto Mining Ban and More

Key Highlights

Bakkt Hits New ATH, Trades Bitcoin Worth $15.5 MM
Bitcoin [BTC] Slumps to $8700; $57 Million Longs Liquidated on BitMEX
Crypto Exchange Tokenising NASDAQ Stocks Closing Down
Bitcoin Whale Single-Handedly Caused The 2017 Crypto Bull Run
China Removes Bitcoin Mining From Its BanList
Stellar Lumens Burns Billions Worth of Crypto

Bakkt Trades Worth $15.5 Million In A Single Day 
While Bitcoin price struggles to reach the $9,000 mark, Bakkt Bitcoin Futures have hit  a new all-time high (ATH). Owing to institutions taking long positions on Bitcoin via other regulated contracts. Speculations are rife that Bitcoin will further drop to the $8000 range. Interestingly, the price drop has brought in some positive developments for the Bakkt platform. As per a recent tweet by Bakkt Volume Bot, leading derivatives market data provider reported that Bakkt saw 1,741 BTC worth contracts being traded on Friday. This converts to $15.5 million and has been Bakkt’s largest trading day in a span of 2.5 months.
Bitcoin Dips Below $9,000, $57 Million Longs Liquidated on BitMEX
Stocks took a hit last Friday as trade tensions owing to the US-China trade deal continue to prevail. While the Dow Jones Industrial Average(DJIA) fell by 1% reaching 26,666 points, S&P Futures fell down to 3,085 points. Interestingly, stock prices have always indirectly affected the Bitcoin price. However, this time the case looks a bit different. First, BTC price came down to $9,200 mark and then went on to slide past the $9000 level and is presently trading at $8,802.Subsequently, 1.7 MM shorts and 57 Million longs have been liquidated on BitMEX platform, as per data provided by datamish.com
Crypto Exchange NASDAQ Stocks Shuts Down Business
DX Exchange recently announced that it is temporarily closing down. The exchange has delineated an elaborate KYC process for users to withdraw their funds from the exchange. The reason they cited for closing the exchange was economic infeasibility. Furthermore, the exchange may not resume its operations at all and “take appropriate action” in case the merger or acquisition is not achieved in time.
Single Whale Responsible for 2017 Bitcoin Bull Run
Bitcoin’s astronomical surge in 2017 was possibly triggered by market whales as suggested by a Texas academic. Interestingly, a new theory is now surfacing that it was a single market whale who was responsible for causing the huge upsurge in price. Per claims by the University of Texas Professor, John Griffin and Ohio State University’s Amin Shams said that Bitfinex and Tether were actively involved in the 2017 bull run.  Furthermore, Tether minted 2.8 billion USDT from 2017 to 2018 and used the token to “flood the Bitfinex exchange and purchase other cryptocurrencies”. Subsequently, the demand for cryptocurrencies got artificially inflated which then caused a massive surge in cryptocurrency prices. Purportedly, the largest bubble in human history was created only to burst in a month’s time drowning $450 Billion of value. 
China Uplifts Bitcoin Mining Ban 
China has decided to allow Bitcoin mining again as they decided to lift the mining ban. The April ban stopped the mining process in China. Furthermore, there were rumors about the launch of China’s cryptocurrency launching soon, which would be made available to the public by 2020.
Stellar Lumens Burns 55 Billion Lumens
Per a recent blogpost by Stellar Lumens, the chief executive of Stellar just “burned 55 billion Lumens (XLM). As a matter of fact, XLM’s current circulating market capitalization is $1.5 billion. But, the Lumens burned amount to a jaw-dropping $3.5 billion at current prices. The reason for the same is that the Stellar Development Foundation believes that its previous holdings of around 85 billion XLM were not exactly aligned with the needs of the network.:
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Bitcoin Dumps as Bakkt Volume Pumps, Coincidence?

The Bakkt platform is having another good day of trading. The much-hyped Bitcoin futures contracts that disappointed many on first launch has hit another all-time high in daily trading volume, well before its close.
Bakkt trading volume is surging whilst Bitcoin has made a considerable move down in price. The price of the number one digital asset has lost almost 4.3 percent over the last 24 hours.
Institutional Interest in Bitcoin Booming, or do Traders Just Love Volatility?
After a dismal start, trading volumes of Bakkt’s physically-settled daily Bitcoin futures have been picking up of late. Already today, with a lot more trading remaining in the session, the platform has set another all-time high in volume.
With around only half of the daily session completed, 1,282 Bitcoin futures contracts, representing $11,220,705, have been traded so far. The previous all-time high saw $10.3 million traded on October 25. November 5 saw another bumper trading day at the ICE backed platform, with around $10 million volume reported.

∙ Today's volume so far: 1282 BTC ($11,220,705)∙ Last traded price: $8,753∙ Trading day progress: 50%∙ Current daily Bakktarget: 1849 BTC ($16,184,721)
— Bakkt Volume Bot (@BakktBot) November 8, 2019

Of course, given the expectations of many and the daily trading volumes of established cryptocurrency exchanges, these figures are still relatively low. However, when the platform launched, there wasn’t a single daily session on which more than $2 million worth of contracts were traded. The figures reported recently have been consistently higher.
Many people had expected Bakkt’s launch to be more dramatic than it was. Tales of growing institutional demand, fuelled by successive delays to its actual launch, created such hype that anything short of multi-billion-dollar opening day and an immediate doubling of the Bitcoin price would still likely have disappointed the most optimistic. When it finally went live, neither of these things happened, of course.
Interestingly, what is already Bakkt’s most successful trading session occurred on a day that saw Bitcoin’s price move dramatically downwards. Another large trading day for back, October 25, occurred after a large move to the upside. The spikes in interest on these days seem unlikely to be coincidental.
Given that Bakkt is still so new and many of the accredited investors it allows to trade its futures contracts are still averse to trading Bitcoin for one reason or another, it figures that those that do trade there will be, for lack of a better phrase, action junkies.
The kinds of traders Bakkt welcomes have no shortage of options when it comes to splashing their cash around in traditional markets. Yet, they decided to enter the most volatile market on the planet. Why? Because the kind of volatility that sees an asset lose 4.3 percent as Bitcoin has today, or 20 percent, as it has on previous days, excites them. It, therefore, seems likely that Bakkt volume will continue to surge during the more volatile days for the Bitcoin market.
 
Related Reading: Bakkt Launching New Bitcoin Options for its Futures Contracts in “Industry First”
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