The cryptocurrency futures market took another two steps towards normalization Tuesday.
LedgerX beats NASDAQ and ICE to the retail cryptocurrency futures market
The CFTC has awarded the company the first futures trading license open to individuals rather than institutions
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) announced on June 25 that it has approved LedgerX’s application as a designated contract market (DCM). A DCM may “list for trading futures or option contracts based on all types of commodities and that may allow access to their facilities by all types of traders, including retail customers,” according to the CFTC.