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Twitter Responds to CBOE Crash at the Launch of Bitcoin Futures

The highly anticipated launch of Bitcoin Futures on CBOE was as fortuitous as it was to be expected in the world of cryptocurrency because the trading platform collapsed

After being laughed at the cryptocurrency exchanges that were struggling to cope with the massive influx of people trying to enter the market in the past two weeks, traditional financial institutions have glimpsed the giant that has become Bitcoin.

Nevertheless, the future Bitcoin were officially launched and their reality saw the market react positively.

Social media platforms were naturally busy – and people from all walks of life were giving away two hundred in response to the new futures contracts being launched.

Renowned stock breeder Ronnie Moas reflected on the launch of Amazon in 1997 and how he grew up and survived the notorious bubble. He also launched a $ 100,000 hope:

This user claimed to be the very first person to obtain a Bitcoin futures contract:

The US actor James Woods has been outspoken about Bitcoin lately, taking a speculative and cautious stance the best.

Financial commentator and commentator Brian Kelly captured the first three Bitcoin futures listed on CBOE:

Bitcoin podcaster Trace Meyer has been excavating CBOE and Coinbase as the fall of their sites – while noting that the Bitcoin network goes strong:

The financial editor Holger Zschaepitz pointed out the most important fact – the price of bitcoin was somewhat stable while the CBOE

Long Week to Come

While the initial launch of the Bitcoin futures is not sure. is not rolled as well as CBOE could have hoped that the reality and effect of the futures contracts will only really be felt when negotiations are in full swing later today.

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Nevertheless, CBOE tweeted that nearly 1,000 contract transactions had been placed after two hours of initial trading.

Bloomberg reported that two price breakers were triggered during the first hours of trading – an automated mechanism that is used to control volatility. CBOE will reduce trade by five minutes if the Bitcoin price increases by more than 30%.