Blockchain startup SolidX Management has sued its former partner VanEck Securities Corporation of a breach of contract regarding a BTC exchange-traded fund.
Michael Saylor and MicroStrategy have taken up a lot of space in the news thanks to their aggressive accumulation of BTC, but as is often the case with digital asset hype, the red flags are too many to ignore.
BCHN has surpassed BLOK’s Amplify Transformation Data Sharing ETF, which has $86.45 million assets under management.
Bitwise notified the securities regulator of its decision, coinciding with a move from NYSE Arca to withdraw its 19b-4 filing.
Those hoping for a Bitcoin exchange traded fund (ETF) might have to wait a bit longer, following a large number of negative comments over proposals currently before regulators in the United States.
Invesco, an investment management company, launched the first blockchain ETF on the London Stock Exchange on Monday.
An ETF proposal from VanEck/SolidX, filed with Cboe BZX Exchange, was published in the Federal Register, marking the first time since August 2018 that more than one ETF proposal is under review.
Changpeng Zhao said that rather than ETFs, “for our industry to grow we need more entrepreneurs to build real projects.”
With the partial government shutdown declared over, the Cboe BZX Exchange is again applying for the listing of a cryptocurrency exchange-traded fund (ETF).
As expected, there was widespread panic in the markets after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) decided to extend the time period for taking a decision on the Vaneck Solidx BTC ETF.
CBOE, considered to be the world’s largest futures exchange by volume, said the ETF would allow investors to speculate on BTC, without engaging directly in the market.