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Chicago CTA launches bitcoin managed futures program

Monday, September 20, 2021
Opalesque Industry Update - After investing in the digital asset space for nearly four years, Synchronicity Futures, LLC is launching a managed futures product, the Synchronicity Bitcoin Managed Futures/Options Program for Qualified Eligible Participants (QEPs).

The Program is a discretionary and long-biased, intermediate-term trading strategy utilizing CME bitcoin futures and futures options exclusively. The program focuses on optimizing bitcoin exposure levels each month based on proprietary fundamental and technical indicators.

Founded in 2015, Synchronicity is a 4.7 exempt Commodity Trading Advisor and Commodity Pool Operator, and a Michigan Registered Investment Adviser that focuses on the disruptive potential of digital assets and how they relate to the traditional world. Synchronicity is focused on the risk-reward dynamics of blockchain related assets. Our scope and expertise extends across currencies, smart contracts, stable coins, chain interoperability, decentralized exchanges, decentralized finance, custody solutions, futures, and stocks. As early participants in the ecosystem, we maintain open lines of communication with professionals in the space to share and consume rapidly evolving intel on protocols, smart contracts, oracles, utility tokens, custody solutions, exchanges, trading insights, and macro themes.

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