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#Bitcoin breaking a resist line since May 2021 it it confirm in the next 2 hours with volume the break could go up to nearly 42K

Are you talking about the pair trade long BTC / short ETH? If so Coinbase, Kraken and there are some things you can do through defi for it. 
options are not available for us investors unless they are on the futures themselves. 
futures are from cme I believe so they should be available through major brokerages ???

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Cryptocurrency trading volumes slump 40% in June, data shows

LONDON, July 12 (Reuters) - Trading volumes at major cryptocurrency exchanges fell by more than 40% in June, research showed on Monday, with a regulatory crackdown in China and lower volatility among the factors depressing activity.

Spot trading volumes fell 42.7% to $2.7 trillion, with derivative volumes down 40.7% to $3.2 trillion, London-based researcher CryptoCompare's data showed.

"Headwinds continued as China persisted with its crackdown on bitcoin mining," CryptoCompare said. "As a result of both lower prices and volatility, spot volumes decreased."

Bitcoin , the largest cryptocurrency, fell more than 6% last month, touching its lowest since January, as authorities in China tightened restrictions launched a month earlier on bitcoin trading and mining. read more

It had tumbled 35% in May, with its losses sparked by Beijing's moves to rein in the fast-growing sector. Crypto trading volumes tend to spike during periods of extreme price swings.

Major cryptocurrency exchange Binance, which has faced scrutiny from regulators across the world, retained its position as biggest platform by spot trading volume, CryptoCompare said. Still, volumes at Binance fell 56% in June to $668 billion. read more

Thai SEC files criminal complaint against Binance over unregistered operations

Thailand SEC files criminal complaint against Binance (

by Yogita Khatri

July 2, 2021, 5:55AM EDT · 2 min read

Quick Take

  • Thailand‚Äôs financial regulator has filed a criminal complaint against Binance over unregistered operations.
  • The action seems one of the most significant ones against Binance as this is not just a warning but a criminal complaint.

Thailand's Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced Friday that it has filed a criminal complaint against Binance over unregistered operations.

The SEC said Binance has operated a cryptocurrency exchange business in Thailand via its website without a license. Binance has also solicited the Thailand public to use its services via either its website or the Facebook page "Binance Thai Community," and thus is liable to criminal sanctions, according to the SEC.

The regulator said it sent Binance a warning letter on April 5 requiring the exchange to submit a written response, but it failed to reply within a specified time.

The SEC's announcement comes at a time when Binance and its affiliates are under scrutiny or have received warnings from global regulators, including the U.S., the U.K., Japan, the Cayman Islands, and Singapore. But Thailand's action appears to be one of the most significant actions to date against Binance since it is not just a warning but a criminal complaint directed at the exchange.

Thailand's SEC has filed a criminal complaint against Binance with the Economic Crime Suppression Division of the Royal Thai Police, it said. This means... (More)