A week that has seen some of the biggest companies in the world taking to blockchain, from LG to Mitsubishi and Lamborghini as more wallets chose BSV
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the U.S. is looking for input on yet another proposal before it, too, is rejected.
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has denied yet another attempt to introduce a cryptocurrency exchange-traded fund (ETF).
The SEC wants more time before reaching a decision because they have yet to show any support for ETFs that focus on digital currencies.
After more than two years of trying to introduce a cryptocurrency exchange-traded fund it appears that VanEck and SolidX are giving up, at least partially.
The government body still can’t seem to get its head wrapped around the idea taking a decision on the subject and has postponed forward progress on three different ETF proposals.
SEC says that it is more than willing to work with crypto and tries to defend its position by pointing out some of the pro-crypto moves it has made.
US Securities and Exchange Commission isn’t quite ready to move forward with a rule change proposal submitted by Bitwise Asset Management.
The SEC is cracking down on ETFs that are using misleading names with the alleged purpose to bring in investors who don’t know better.
Despite having almost a year to determine whether crypto exchange-traded funds should be allowed, the U.S. SEC still can’t make up its mind.