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The Florida-based asset management firm reportedly has the second-nearest application expiry date, with Grayscale’s final deadline set for Jan. 1, 2024.
James Seyffart, an analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, reports that the American asset manager, VanEck, has submitted their fifth S-1 Amendment for their spot Bitcoin ETF. The updated filing reveals their ticker $HODL. Seyffart also described a few highlights in the…
Cathie Wood believes the SEC's decision on spot Bitcoin ETFs may significantly impact institutional crypto adoption.
Senior analyst Vetle Lunde of K33 Research analyzes Bitcoin's market trends ahead of the U.S. decision on the first spot Bitcoin ETF.
An unknown investor paid $100,000 in seed capital for shares in BlackRock’s spot Bitcoin ETF, which was filed in June 2023 and preceded a wave of applications with the SEC.
A Senior Bloomberg ETF analyst speculated that the Securities and Exchange Commission favors a particular redemption model and that could be a factor for which applications get approved.
GBTC’s issuer added an ETF veteran to its ranks following constructive talks with the Securities and Exchange Commission over approval for spot Bitcoin funds.
Swiss asset manager Pando Asset seeks SEC approval for a spot Bitcoin ETF, a step towards integrating crypto into mainstream finance.
Experts say Cathie Wood’s company is the first issuer to publicly disclose basis points (bps) fees for its Bitcoin ETF, signaling constructive talks with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
As the SEC stands at the brink of a pivotal crypto decision, the crypto sphere is abuzz with anticipation regarding the approval of spot Bitcoin ETF applications.
The coin was one of the top gainers on Nov. 9 amid a broad market upturn that propelled Bitcoin (BTC) to an 18-month high as crypto’s leading token headed toward $38,000.
Michael Sonnenshein, Grayscale CEO, said his firm has not received any word about approval for spot Bitcoin ETFs from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) leading up to a window where all 12 applications could receive the green light.
Digital Prime Technologies, founded by former Cantor Fitzgerald executives, has launched a crypto lending platform named Tokenet, aiming to capitalize on the potential U.S. regulatory approval of Bitcoin ETFs.
In a Nov. 6 report from CoinShares, a leading European alternative asset manager, it was reported, digital asset investment products had now seen total inflows of $261 million.
According to a CoinGecko report dated Nov. 3, only 8 countries around the world offer spot Bitcoin ETFs.
According to popular cryptocurrency Youtuber CryptosRUs, the approval for the first Bitcoin spot exchange-traded fund (ETF) in the U.S. could be coming within days.