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Terrence A. Duffy is the chairman and chief executive officer of the [[CME Group]]. He took over that role when [[Phupinder Gill]] retired as CEO at the end of 2016.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20161110/NEWS01/161119967/cme-group-ceo-to-retire|name=CME Group CEO to retire|org=Crain's Chicago Business|date=January 13, 2017}}</ref>
 
Terrence A. Duffy is the chairman and chief executive officer of the [[CME Group]]. He took over that role when [[Phupinder Gill]] retired as CEO at the end of 2016.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20161110/NEWS01/161119967/cme-group-ceo-to-retire|name=CME Group CEO to retire|org=Crain's Chicago Business|date=January 13, 2017}}</ref>
 
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Duffy oversaw the CME Group's adoption of the exchange's first [[bitcoin]] futures trading, which began in December 2017. He stated that this decision was in part due to "increasing client interest in the evolving cryptocurrency markets."<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.businessinsider.com/the-biggest-exchange-group-in-the-world-is-unexpectedly-gatecrashing-the-bitcoin-business-2017-10|name=The biggest exchange group in the world is unexpectedly gatecrashing the bitcoin business|org=Business Insider|date=April 9, 2018}}</ref>  
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Duffy oversaw the CME Group's adoption of the exchange's first [[bitcoin]] futures trading, which began in December 2017. He stated that this decision was in part due to "increasing client interest in the evolving [[cryptocurrency]] markets."<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.businessinsider.com/the-biggest-exchange-group-in-the-world-is-unexpectedly-gatecrashing-the-bitcoin-business-2017-10|name=The biggest exchange group in the world is unexpectedly gatecrashing the bitcoin business|org=Business Insider|date=April 9, 2018}}</ref>  
  
 
Terrence Duffy doesn't own any bitcoin or cryptocurrency, but has stated that he believes that the CME Group is taking "a very measured approach" so it doesn't "miss potentially helping something that could change the world."<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.cnbc.com/2017/12/13/cme-ceo-duffy-doesnt-own-bitcoin-says-it-might-change-the-world.html|name=CME CEO Terry Duffy doesn't own bitcoin, but says it might change the world|org=CNBC|date=April 9, 2018}}</ref>  
 
Terrence Duffy doesn't own any bitcoin or cryptocurrency, but has stated that he believes that the CME Group is taking "a very measured approach" so it doesn't "miss potentially helping something that could change the world."<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.cnbc.com/2017/12/13/cme-ceo-duffy-doesnt-own-bitcoin-says-it-might-change-the-world.html|name=CME CEO Terry Duffy doesn't own bitcoin, but says it might change the world|org=CNBC|date=April 9, 2018}}</ref>  

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Terrence A. Duffy
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Occupation Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Employer CME Group
Location Chicago, IL
Twitter @cmegroup
Website www.cmegroup.com

Terrence A. Duffy is the chairman and chief executive officer of the CME Group. He took over that role when Phupinder Gill retired as CEO at the end of 2016.[1]

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Duffy oversaw the CME Group's adoption of the exchange's first bitcoin futures trading, which began in December 2017. He stated that this decision was in part due to "increasing client interest in the evolving cryptocurrency markets."[2]

Terrence Duffy doesn't own any bitcoin or cryptocurrency, but has stated that he believes that the CME Group is taking "a very measured approach" so it doesn't "miss potentially helping something that could change the world."[3]

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