The U.S. SEC is set to approve or deny the two ProShares Bitcoin ETFs filed in 2017 on 23 August. If approved, the ETF’s performance would be tracked on popular exchanges like the Cboe and CME.
The crypto market sentiment has been severely driven down after the rejection of CBOE Bitcoin ETF, the ripple effect of which is spread all over.
The race for Bitcoin Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) heats up as CBOE has filed for 6 ETFs with the SEC.
ProShares, a leading provider of exchange traded funds (ETFs), has recently submitted two new Bitcoin ETFs to the SEC for approval.