In April, bitcoin unexpectedly rose by almost 30% after several months of zero dynamics. This gave impetus to the futures market. Trade volumes on Bitcoin contracts on April 4 reached a record 22,542 contracts. This number of contracts is equivalent to 112 thousand 710 bitcoins with a nominal value of 546 million dollars. Most transactions were concluded during the Asian session. Investor interest in bitcoin futures resumed a month after the American company Cboe Global Markets, which owns the Chicago options exchange, allowed buying and selling bitcoin futures on its platforms.
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