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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-06-29/weekends-are-the-wild-west-for-bitcoin-but-nobody-knows-why

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Worth adding here that CME options will be an interesting addition to the 'institutional' access for XBT. Coming Q1 2020.

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Needs to be said that the introduction of options was what killed Tulipmania.


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Needs to be said that the introduction of options was what killed Tulipmania.

What killed the price was the lack of buyers showing up in auctions.

Maybe Options took the form of promissory notes back in the 1600s, but definitely not the form it takes today as a mathematical priced financial tool.

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I am using that point to troll the topic some. Of course there is little relation to the
options strategies we can do today.

Taleb:
"Bitcoin: my answer to the repeated questions.
No, there is NO way to properly short the bitcoin "bubble".
Any strategy that doesn't entail options is nonergodic (subjected to blowup)."


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