CBOE

Chicago Board Options Exchange

      CBOE is the acronym for Chicago Board Options Exchange. 

      Founded in 1973, the Chicago Board Options Exchange, is the world’s largest options market with contracts focusing on indexes, interest rates, and individual equities. In 2010, the company converted to a publicly traded corporation and rebranded as Cboe Global Markets, Inc.

       The CBOE offers some of the most exotic financial instruments available on the on the open markets. From an index of human uncertainty (also known as the Volatility Index [VIX]) to futures contracts on the price of Bitcoin.

     It is important to mention, CBOE was the first Regulated Financial Institution to offer digital assets as a product to its customers. Not long after the product was listed (late winter 2018) the infamous market collapse of Bitcoin happened; dropping from $20,000 to $3,000.

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