Earlier this year, on NewsHour Weekend, we brought you a story explaining cryptocurrency, the digital assets that are not tied to any one country or bank, and the technology beneath them called blockchain. But suffice it to say, whether people understand what they are or not, there are a lot of speculators betting on their success that has driven their valuations through the roof in the past year. Tonight is an important milestone in cryptocurrency because a traditional futures market, which allows someone to bet on an underlying asset without actually owning it. will add bitcoin to the list of things investors can put real money against. Joining me now here in the studio is Nolan Bauerle, an author at CoinDesk. Does this mean that financial institutions and markets will take Bitcoin seriously?