The Chicago-based firm was set up in mid-2015 by MIT grad Edward Woodford
The chief executive of the
world’s first planned hemp derivatives market said
he is confident of securing US approval in the coming weeks
before moving ahead to launch before the end of the year.
Chicago-based Seed CX filed its
application with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission to
become a swap execution facility in February and is hopeful of
securing the approval it needs.
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