Bank of America Approves Bitcoin Futures Trading, According to Newspaper

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After years of criticism of Bitcoin, Bank of America (BofA) joins the growing group of banks that offer some product related to btc. One of the largest US banks has approved trading in bitcoin futures, according to Coindesk newspaper. Citing two sources familiar with the matter, Coindesk reported that the banking giant is allowing BTC futures trading for a small portion of its customers. One of the sources said that users are already interacting with the platform, which will use the futures of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME). Earlier this year, Bofa released a report stating that bitcoin had failed as a store of value, was too volatile and impractical. The bank even prohibited some clients from trading investments related to the cryptoactives market.

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