CME Group to launch ETH/BTC ratio futures, VC Spectra emerges as a decentralized hedge fund

Many trading marketplaces and investment companies have applied to launch several crypto-based products. The latest is the CME (Chicago Mercantile Exchange) Group, which wants to offer Ether/Bitcoin ratio futures this summer. This would be in addition to an ever-growing list of crypto products the exchange started offering in late 2017. One of the goals of this futures instrument is to allow clients to hedge their trades. 

Meanwhile, VC Spectra (SPCT) emerges as a far superior alternative for hedging, investing in tomorrow’s blockchain and technology start-ups.

CME Group files to launch Ether/Bitcoin ratio futures product

The CME is the largest futures exchange in the world. A future is a financial product where one trades a market at a certain time in the future. The original purpose of a future is to hedge price risk where one expects to receive the traded product in the future.

Nowadays, it’s common for traders to invest in spot and future products of the same market. The CME already has Ethereum (ETH) and Bitcoin (BTC) futures. The Ether/Bitcoin futures would be a fusion of the instruments that investors can capture in one trade.

Ethereum (ETH) and Bitcoin generally move in the same direction. However, this new product would allow clients to hedge both markets, i.e., take opposite trades on the same or unrelated markets. 

The potential launch of this new CME product is positive for the crypto space. It will attract the largest financial players who prefer to invest in a regulated space.

VC Spectra emerges as the next best decentralized hedge fund

VC Spectra (SPCT) is an innovative trustless asset management and trading platform with access to promising ventures in the blockchain and technology sectors. It is Ethereum-based, using smart contracts to automate functions like the storage of funds and distribution of rewards.

As an advanced crypto-based hedge fund, VC Spectra understands the need for hedging to reduce risks. This is one of the strategies the platform employs to benefit investors. Moreover, VC Spectra uses machine learning algorithms to identify patterns and predict future movements.

The goal is to make informed investment decisions and adjust portfolios in changing market conditions. 


Let’s look at the difference between investing with the CME’s futures and VC Spectra. One is only limited to two markets with the CME. Meanwhile, VC Spectra (SPCT) is well-diversified in a broad range of projects and specialized funds, meaning more trading opportunities.

Also, futures generally need a lot of money to get started. But VC Spectra is easy on the pocket as anyone can invest without minimum deposit requirements. This makes it a financially accessible alternative.

VC Spectra (SPCT) is what investors need to invest, pay fees, and earn rewards. It offers other advantages like exclusive access to pre-ICOs, governance power, and quarterly dividends (extra income from existing profits).

For these benefits and value propositions, investors have bought 60% of the available SPCT tokens. As the second presale stage nears, VC Spectra value will rise from $0.008 to $0.011. When the platform officially launches, the projected price is $0.08. Thus, early adopters stand to gain a cool 10x return.

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Mark Peterson

Mark Peterson has been following the crypto market for the past seven years. As a crypto news journalist, he has recently joined our team. He regularly delivers the most recent happenings of the crypto space. He enjoys writing poems and exploring various crypto trading platforms in his spare time.

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