Despite the rejection of a bid for a bitcoin ETF, the crypto market remains confident other proposals will persevere.
Crypto investment startup Bitwise announced it filed to offer a cryptocurrency exchange-traded fund (ETF) Tuesday.
The crypto universe has spoken. They want an SEC-approved bitcoin ETF and they want it now.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is once again seeking comments on potential bitcoin-based exchange traded funds (ETFs).
Winklevoss IP, the company owned by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, has been awarded with a patent that aims to settle ETPs holding cryptos.
An SEC letter states there are "significant investor protection issues" to be examined before opening up crypto-ETFs to retail investors.
The SEC will review its decision to reject a bitcoin exchange-traded fund proposed by investors Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has denied a bid to list a bitcoin exchange-traded fund on the New York Stock Exchange.
A decision by the Bats exchange to fight the SEC rejection of a proposed bitcoin ETF has little hope, according to analysts.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has rejected a bid to launch the first-ever bitcoin ETF.