Binance is planning to launch Bitcoin options after delisting FTX's leveraged tokens

















Binance exchange has suggested that they plan to launch Bitcoin options trading.


Two tweets from Binance and CEO Changpeng Zhao posted on April 3 revealed the test and a screenshot of a prototype of BTC / USDT options contracts:




A popular derivative tool that allows traders to resist fluctuations in asset prices in either direction, options give the option to buy (call) or sell (put option) the most assets. set at a specified strike price. This price is determined on or before the contract expiry date.


FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried said in a tweet, "Binance doesn't want to support leveraged tokens." Now, however, Bitcoin options contracts are being tested for Binance's derivative platform.



This news should be applauded because providing comprehensive derivatives on various exchanges will help increase the liquidity of cryptocurrencies.


But the timing of the test was somewhat suspicious and showed that Binance may not have removed the leveraged tokens because of user confusion, but instead due to problems with FTX.


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