Cboe Global Markets Inc. wants to list more tokens on its crypto exchange as established firms from traditional finance seek to capitalize on demand for reliable counterparties following the collapse of FTX.
Chief Executive Officer Ed Tilly said the Chicago-based company plans to add to the five tokens — Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ether, Litecoin and USD Coin — that already trade on Cboe Digital.
Edward Tilly, chief executive officer of CBOE Global Markets Inc.
The crypto market has come under the spotlight after the collapse of FTX, in what’s alleged to be one of the biggest cases of financial frauds. The Commodity Futures Trading Commission and Securities & Exchange …
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