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## "The Future of Crypto Trading: Why Futures Will Reign Supreme, Even with a Bitcoin Spot ETF

Futures Will Remain the Premier Crypto Game, Even with the Arrival of a Bitcoin Spot ETF Introduction The impending approval of a Bitcoin spot ETF has garnered significant attention in the cryptocurrency market. However, despite the excitement surrounding this development, it is important to recognize that futures trading will continue to dominate the crypto landscape. The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), a renowned platform for traditional finance investors, has been a pivotal player in the crypto futures market and is expected to maintain its supremacy even after the introduction of a Bitcoin spot ETF. This article explores the reasons behind the enduring dominance of futures trading and highlights the challenges faced by the spot ETF in gaining traction. The Decline of Bitcoin Liquidity One of the key factors contributing to the continued prominence of futures trading is the declining liquidity of Bitcoin. While a Bitcoin spot ETF may attract fresh money to the market, it cann

## Jaynti Kanani Steps Back: Implications for Polygon's Future

Polygon Co-Founder Jaynti Kanani Steps Back from Day-to-Day Operations

In a recent announcement on X (formerly Twitter), Jaynti Kanani, co-founder of Ethereum layer 2 solution Polygon, revealed his decision to step back from the day-to-day grind of the network. Kanani, who co-founded Polygon in 2017 alongside Sandeep Nailwal and Anurag Arjun, expressed his intention to focus on new adventures while continuing to support and contribute to Polygon from the sidelines.

Sandeep Nailwal, also a co-founder of Polygon, responded to Kanani's post, expressing his well wishes and acknowledging the journey they have embarked on together. Nailwal stated, "I wish we could've done more for longer together in this crazy journey that is Polygon. But hey, you got to do what you got to do."

This news comes on the heels of a leadership shakeup within Polygon Labs, the company behind the network. In July, Marc Boiron, the chief legal officer of Polygon Labs, was promoted to the role of CEO, while President Ryan Wyatt transitioned to an advisory position. These changes demonstrate the company's commitment to evolving and adapting to the needs of the network.

Despite Kanani's departure, Polygon's native token, MATIC, has remained steady. Currently priced in the range of $0.55 to $0.58, the token has maintained this level since the beginning of the month. As of the time of writing, MATIC is valued at $0.58, marking a 3.5% increase in the last 24 hours.

When approached for comment, Polygon declined to provide any additional information regarding Kanani's departure. As the network continues to grow and innovate, it will be interesting to see how the absence of Kanani's day-to-day involvement will impact Polygon's future developments.


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