Europe's largest trader of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) is entering the crypto world.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is once again seeking comments on potential bitcoin-based exchange traded funds (ETFs).
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, the founders of the Gemini cryptocurrency exchange, just won another crypto-related patent.
Hong Kong-based OKEx has launched a cryptocurrency exchange-traded fund, following a similar move by rival trading platform Huobi Pro.
The Huobi exchange announced on Friday that it is launching a cryptocurrency-related exchange-traded fund.
Regulators have approved Canada's first blockchain exchange-traded fund (ETF). Two other Canadian companies are seeking to launch blockchain funds.
Several firms seeking to list exchange-traded funds (ETFs) tied to bitcoin have withdrawn their filings at the request of officials from the SEC.
The SEC released a filing for a proposed rule change for public comment. If implemented, the change would let Cboe launch a bitcoin ETF.
A Chinese-based cloud company, headed by a high-profile media mogul, has moved to purchase a Delaware blockchain-based stock exchange.
NYSE Arca has filed with the SEC for a proposed rule change that would allow for the listing of two exchange-traded funds tied to bitcoin futures.