Reality Shares Advisors and Amplify Trust ETF launched BLCN and BLOK ETFs — the first blockchain-based exchange-traded funds. The trading started on Nasdaq and the New York Stock Exchange Arca yesterday
The New York Stock Exchange wants to launch new Bitcoin-related exchange-traded funds (ETF) on Arca. If the SEC approves it, NYSE will become the third American exchange to offer Bitcoin futures contracts.
After a major slump and correction, Bitcoin price pulls back giving a major relief to investors.
The race for Bitcoin Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) heats up as CBOE has filed for 6 ETFs with the SEC.
NYSE Arca has recently filed a proposal with the SEC to list two Bitcoin Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) on its platform.
The platform is launching futures trading in bitcoin, allowing investors placing large bets on the volatile digital currency starting mid-December.
ProShares, a leading provider of exchange traded funds (ETFs), has recently submitted two new Bitcoin ETFs to the SEC for approval.
Bitcoin easily recovered after the SEC clogged more-than-three-year efforts of investors Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss to bring the Bitcoin ETF to market.
Bitcoin exchange-traded funds are unlikely to be introduced to the stock market in the near future, as the SEC denies bitcoin ETF for the second time in a month.
The price of bitcoin seems to be entering a downward trend as investors are getting concerned about the near-time future of the digital currency.
Bitcoin price dropped just as the SEC unveiled its decision but managed to recover quickly keeping close to $1,200 barrier.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has denied a request to launch the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust ETF, prompting bitcoin price to fall by 35% within a day.
The People’s Bank of China explained that it would begin blacklisting exchanges that would continue violating the regulations.