Investors waiting for Bakkt, the first bitcoin futures contracts to launch from the Intercontinental Exchange, will probably have to wait longer. ICE, which owns the New York Stock Exchange, has been anxious to launch bitcoin futures for months. However, it remains in must-wait-for-the-government mode. The government agency that needs to give its blessing, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, still hasn’t decided to approve or decline it. The issue could be as simple as how to regulate the name ICE has given it, which is Bakkt. "Behind the delay is disagreement between ICE and the regulator over how @Bakkt—ICE’s name for

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