Coinbase applies to offer trading in crypto derivatives and futures on the exchange
Coinbaseplans to offer crypto futuresand derivativeson its exchange.
- The company said it had filed an application with the National Futures Association.
- Earlier this week, Coinbase said it was planning to raise $2 billion via a bond sale.
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Coinbase, the largest publicly listed
The company said in a tweet it had submitted an application with the National Futures Association (
Coinbase is joining CME Group, as well as
"This is the next step to broaden our offerings and offer futures and derivatives trading on our platforms. Goal: Further grow the crypto economy," Coinbase said in a tweet.
The company, which listed on the US stock exchange in February, has been making strides in growing its business.
Earlier this week, Coinbase said it planned to raise up to $2 billion through a bond sale and would use the proceeds to fund future takeovers, develop new technologies and products.
The NFA website showed Coinbase Financial
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