ETFs

Ark Invest CEO Cathie Wood
Cathie Wood's ARK Invest Sold Nearly $150M Coinbase Shares Last Week
ARK Invest aims to have no individual holding surpass a 10% weighting of an ETF's value, making such large sell-offs necessary when an asset surges in value
Ark Invest CEO Cathie Wood

VanEck Europe sees its crypto business become equally as important as its other ventures in the future, the Amsterdam-based division of VanEck told CoinDesk in an interview. (Flickr/moonjazz)
Bitcoin ETF Issuer VanEck Has Huge Crypto Growth Goals in Europe
Martijn Rozemuller, the CEO of VanEck Europe, sees crypto eventually matching its other product lines in terms of assets under management.
VanEck Europe sees its crypto business become equally as important as its other ventures in the future, the Amsterdam-based division of VanEck told CoinDesk in an interview. (Flickr/moonjazz)

Canada has unveiled new bank-capital plans for crypto (Pixabay)
What Spot Bitcoin ETFs in Canada Say About the U.S.
Competitive price pressures drive markets, whether these traditional investment products are in Canada or the U.S., Reza Akhlaghi writes.
Canada has unveiled new bank-capital plans for crypto (Pixabay)

Bridge
When Bitcoin ETFs Are Right for Investors (and When They're Not)
SEC approval in January opened up the market to a new generation of investors but there are still advantages to directly owning crypto that ETFs can’t provide, says Eric Ervin...
Bridge

Canada's regulatory situation is both clear and more conservative than in the U.S. (Sebastiaan Stam/Unsplash)
Where Coinbase Canada Goes, so Does the World
Canada, quicker to adopt ETFs than the U.S., may offer a signal to where the U.S. goes next.
Canada's regulatory situation is both clear and more conservative than in the U.S. (Sebastiaan Stam/Unsplash)

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Ether Could Be the Next 'Institutional Darling,' Bernstein Says
The second-largest cryptocurrency is probably the only digital asset other than bitcoin likely to get spot ETF approval from the SEC, the report said.
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(Daniel Lloyd Blunk-Fernández/Unsplashed, modified by CoinDesk)
Welcome to the ‘Bitcoin Era’ on Wall Street
With a roster of bitcoin ETFs already trading, companies will need to figure out how to differentiate their products.
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How the Launch of Spot ETFs Could Dampen Bitcoin’s Volatility
The approval of a wave of bitcoin exchange-traded funds will lead to a more mature market structure, say Vivek Chauhan and David Lawant, of FalconX.
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ETH ETFs Are Inevitable — But When?
As the SEC delays applications from Grayscale and BlackRock, Daniel Kuhn looks at how soon the Securities and Exchange Commission might approve these investment products.
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Grayscale advert at the World Trade Center PATH station in New York (Nikhilesh De/CoinDesk)
Spot Ether ETF Applications Decisions Delayed by SEC
Grayscale and BlackRock are among the companies trying to bring spot ether ETFs to market.
Grayscale advert at the World Trade Center PATH station in New York (Nikhilesh De/CoinDesk)