Bullish has postponed its backdoor listing on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) through a planned special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) deal with Far Peak Acquisition Corp., as the merger still waits for approval from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
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- Bullish, operator of digital assets service provider Bullish exchange, announced last July that it had entered a business combination agreement with Far Peak to become publicly traded on the NYSE.
- Far Peak chairman Thomas Farley, former president of the NYSE, is expected to lead the company after the US$9 billion merger.
- A growing number of major crypto firms have delayed SPAC listings recently, including USDC stablecoin issuer Circle and Israeli crypto and multi-asset trading platform eToro.
- Since launching the exchange for institutional traders in licensed jurisdictions last November, historic trading volume on Bullish has crossed US$14 billion while its annualized monthly trading revenue tallied US$97 million in February.
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