‘We Will Refile and Reengage’ – US Gov’t Shutdown Halts Bitcoin ETF

Bitcoin ETF

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has revealed the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) has withdrawn its plans for a Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF). Van Eck: ‘We Will Refile’ Bitcoin ETF A document published January 22 confirms the U-turn, which would have seen fund manager VanEck and developer SolidX potentially offer the first regulated Bitcoin ETF on the US market. “On January 22, 2019, (CBOE) withdrew the proposed rule change,” it states. The companies

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How US Government Shutdown Affects Bitcoin ETF Approval

Lawyer Explains How US Government Shutdown Affects Bitcoin ETF ApprovalThe U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is due to make a decision on the Vaneck Solidx bitcoin ETF next month, and the deadline cannot be extended further. However, since the U.S. government is currently shut down, a securities lawyer explains what is likely to happen to the ETF, including the likelihood of an automatic […]

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