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|Cboe EDGX Options Exchange|
Cboe EDGX Options Exchange is one of four options markets owned by Cboe Global Markets.
Prior to Cboe acquiring the exchange in the purchase of Bats Global Markets in 2017, EDGX was the second options exchange owned by Bats. Then named Bats EDGX Options, it launched on November 2, 2015. It was later rebranded Cboe EDGE Options Exchange.
EDGX is based on a customer priority/pro rata allocation model and is designed to complement the Cboe BZX Options Exchange, which is a pure price-time, maker-taker model market.
EDGX Options is located in the Equinix NY5 data center, where the other BATS U.S. equities and option markets and its institutional foreign exchange ECN, Hotspot, are located. Members can begin connecting to the new market on August 17, 2015.
Bats first filed with the SEC to launch EDGX as a second options exchange on April 16, 2015  and received SEC approval for the exchange on August 10, 2015. With the launch of EDGX Options, Bats hoped to compete for a new segment of order flow that did not trade on the price-time markets that Bats operated. The pro-rata market accounted for about two-thirds of the trading in the overall U.S. options market at the time.
In October 2019, Cboe announced it would launch a new retail program on Cboe EDGX Exchange, adding enhanced execution for individual investors trading US equities. The initiative added order book priority for order submitted on behalf of retail investors. It was due to launch in November 2019.
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- Cboe to Launch Order Book Priority for Retail Investors on EDGX Exchange. Cboe.