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The Files for Soul ETF and Bluefin plans for the launch of its Governance Token. You're watching Coin Desk daily. I'm your host, Jen Sani Van Eck filed for law of ETF the first of its kind in the United States. This six days after a similar product launched in Canada Seoul jumped more than 6% on the news. The SEC approved the first bought Bitcoin ETF in January while an Ether ETF appears to be on the near horizon. Analysts are predicting that E ETF S would lower $5 billion of net inflows in the first five months. Decentralized exchange. Bluefin plans to launch its governance token in July after securing $17 million of funding since its inception in 2020. The exchange which lets users trade crypto perpetual swaps on the SWI network also recently received an undisclosed amount of investment from trading giant flow traders ahead of the token unveiling. The firm said in a statement to Coin Desk that it will use the proceeds to expand beyond perpetual trading and develop a decentralized financial ecosystem. And Ramo launches a world coin competitor called Rare Me an app that allows users to generate passport zero knowledge proofs to verify the uniqueness of individuals without revealing their identity. Rare. Mo uses smartphones to scan passports and by its users remo was the tech team behind launching the anonymous Blockchain powered referendum on the legitimacy of Vladimir Putin's victory in Russia's election earlier this year. That's it for coin desk daily. Get more updates on and we'll see you next time.

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