SEC to Decide the Fate of Another Bitcoin ETF Proposal This Week
The SEC is poised to rule on another bitcoin ETF application this week. Wilshire Phoenix is hoping its novel fund structure might help it succeed where others have not.
A London-based investment firm is listing a centrally cleared bitcoin exchange-traded product on Deutsche Borse’s Xetra in Germany.
The economic repercussions of oil going negative are staggering. Also compelling is what it says about biases in the bitcoin market.
The new ETF product will track an index currently being designed by Nasdaq that will provide broad exposure to the digital asset market.
The crypto industry is taking aim at one of Wall Street’s oldest redoubts: investing in the $17 trillion market for U.S. Treasury bonds.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rejected Wilshire Phoenix's bid for a bitcoin-based exchange-traded fund (ETF).
WisdomTree, an asset manager specializing in exchange-traded funds, is vying to become one of the first established U.S. financial firms to offer clients digital assets, including a so-called stablecoin whose value is closely linked to the U.S. dollar.