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Spot Ripple (XRP) and Ethereum (ETH) ETFs? Valkyrie Investment Chief Thinks So

Steve McClurg, co-founder and chief investment officer of Valkyrie Funds, has suggested the potential approval of Ethereum or XRP exchange-traded funds (ETFs) following the expected launch of spot Bitcoin ETFs in a recent Bloomberg interview. The prediction comes from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which is reportedly likely to approve Valkyrie’s Bitcoin ETF, whereby trading is anticipated to commence as early as Thursday. XRP And Ethereum Spot ETFs on the...

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These Firms Cut Proposed Spot Bitcoin ETF Fees Amid Industry Competition

Several firms have recently reduced their proposed fees, as revealed in the latest versions of their S-1 forms submitted to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. This is in response to the ongoing industry competition, amplified by the anticipation surrounding the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) decision on spot Bitcoin ETFs. Spot Bitcoin ETF Fee Wars Escalate As the SEC deadline approaches, various applicants, including Valkyrie, WisdomTree, BlackRock,...

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Privacy Token Liquidity Hits Record Low of $5 Million Amid Market Volatility, Report

A new report by Kaiko reveals that the liquidity for privacy tokens has plummeted to an all-time low of just $5 million. This drop follows the delisting of several trading pairs by OKX for not meeting certain criteria. Regulatory Challenges Behind Delisting Regulatory pressures have particularly impacted tokens like Monero (XMR) and Zcash (ZEC), pushing them to the brink of being delisted from platforms like Binance due to low liquidity. Despite the market turmoil, the end of...

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Fake News: SEC Has Not Yet Approved Bitcoin Spot ETFs Despite Agency Tweet

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced on Tuesday that it has approved for Bitcoin ETFs to be listed on all national securities exchanges in the United States. However, a later post from SEC chairman Gary Gensler clarified that the announcement was fake. In an SEC post to X, the agency claimed that approvals had gone through and that they would “enhance market transparency and provide investors with efficient access to digital assets within a regulated...

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Spot Bitcoin ETF Approval Is Inevitable: Former SEC Chair

Jay Claton, the former chairman of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), believes the agency’s approval of a spot Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) is inevitable. During an interview with CNBC, Clayton said nothing is left for the SEC to decide as the regulator is comfortable with the disclosures from ETFs’ applicants. “I think approval is inevitable. There’s nothing left to decide… Yeah, I do [believe that Bitcoin ETF approval is imminent]. I could be...

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Bitcoin’s Dip Below $43k Sparked Aggressive Buying from Large Holders: Report

Earlier this month, Bitcoin’s USD value witnessed a rapid decline from $45,400 to $40,400 in a matter of hours. Despite a quick rebound, this downturn triggered the third-highest volume of long liquidations since the bear market reached its lowest point in November 2022. However, IntoTheBlock’s analysis reveals a noteworthy trend in the market, indicating a strategic move by large holders during the recent price dip. Large Bitcoin Holders Accumulate Big During Dip Bitcoin...

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90% of Bitcoin Addresses Are in Profit After Swift Recovery Past $46,000: ITB

90% of Bitcoin addresses are in profit even as the crypto asset is over 31% down from its all-time high. IntoTheBlock’s analysis reveals a significant milestone for Bitcoin as it surged past the $46,000 mark, pushing more than 90% of all BTC addresses into a profitable zone. 90% of Bitcoin Addresses in Profit According to the on-chain intelligence platform, historically, such levels of profit are not an isolated event but rather a recurring pattern in Bitcoin’s bull cycles....

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Crypto Investors Are Extremely Greedy for the First Time Since November 2021

Extreme greed has taken over the crypto market as the industry anticipates that the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will approve a spot Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) application this week. Data from Alternative.me shows that the Crypto Fear and Greed Index currently sits at 76/100, representing a period of extreme greed among investors. The last time market sentiment spiked to this level was in November 2021, when BTC hit its all-time high, and the...

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Spot Bitcoin ETF Saga Intensifies: Experts Suggest Boosting Cash Holdings

Those closely monitoring the ongoing developments in the spot Bitcoin ETF saga are likely aware the stakes have never been higher. Experts are now emphasizing potential scenarios and recommended responses in the event of an approval. Increasing the cash portion of the investor portfolio and preparing for volatility could be the right way to go. Short-Term Market Overheating Risks Crypto analyst MAC_D, who cited CryptoQuant’s data, said that there has been a notable surge in...

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BlackRock Plans Global Layoffs Amid ESG Controversy and Spot Bitcoin ETF Approval: Report

BlackRock is reportedly expected to make a significant announcement regarding a substantial downsizing of its workforce. The impending layoffs, which account for about 3% of its global workforce, will result in approximately 600 employees leaving the company. BlackRock to Implement Routine Layoffs The layoffs are being internally described as routine, aligning with BlackRock’s previous practices. In 2023, the company underwent a similar trimming of its workforce based on...

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