CME Data Indicates Institutional Interest In Bitcoin Is Falling

CME Data Indicates Institutional Interest In Bitcoin Is Falling

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A relatively obscure indicator on the world’s largest regulated crypto derivatives exchange suggests that institutional interest in bitcoin has started to taper. With bitcoin stuck in the mid-$50,000’s, it will be difficult for the dominant cryptocurrency to push $60,000 again without a trend reversal.

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I write about digital assets trends and ideate the Forbes Digital Assets tools and functionality being rolled out. 

My previous roles over the past two decades have been primarily conducting capital markets research for institutional audiences. I now apply this analytical expertise to help individual investors decipher how digital assets are adapting to the business of financial services. 

I wrote my first digital assets report in 2016 dealing with the top 10 blockchain platforms with promising use cases in capital markets. Prior to my analyst days, I was head of sales for Interbank FX, a fast-growing brokerage firm that was ranked #46 in 2008 by INC magazine. I also worked for Credit Suisse and BankBoston in research roles and was a treasury analyst for a multi-billion non-profit organization.

I’m a grateful alumn of Brigham Young University’s MBA program. I’ve been fortunate to live in areas where I picked up Spanish, French, and Portuguese. Thankful for being a McGraw-Hill published author (“The Forex Trading Manual,” 2012).

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