Which of the following is a major difference between swaps and futures contracts?

Which of the following is a major difference between swaps and futures contracts?
[A]Swaps are typically short term, whereas futures contracts tend to extend over several years
[B]Swaps are derivative securities, but futures contracts are not
[C]A futures contract involves only one future transaction, whereas a swap typically involves several future transactions
[D]Swaps are usually marked to market, whereas futures contracts are not

Swaps are usually marked to market, whereas futures contracts are not

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