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Will The SEC Approve A Bitcoin Spot ETF In 2023? Lawyer Breaks Down The Odds

The fate of Bitcoin’s price throughout the rest of the year largely lies in the answer to one question: Will a Bitcoin spot ETF be approved in the United States? Joe Carlasare – a commercial litigator supporting Bitcoin – tweeted on Monday that he gives such a product a 30-40% chance of launching inside of a year. He later spoke with CryptoPotato to explain how he arrived at those numbers.  The Trouble With Grayscale’s Lawsuit According to Carlasare, the market’s best bet at...

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Winklevoss Brothers Bash US SEC for Refusal to Approve Bitcoin ETF Products

CoinspeakerWinklevoss Brothers Bash US SEC for Refusal to Approve Bitcoin ETF Products The Gemini founders filed for the first Bitcoin ETF with the US SEC ten years ago, which was rejected for almost the same reason the recent BlackRock and Fidelity products were dismissed. Winklevoss Brothers Bash US SEC for Refusal to Approve Bitcoin ETF Products

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Not Just BlackRock: These Companies Have Also Filed for Spot Bitcoin ETF in the US

In the past two weeks, there has been a series of spot Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) applications from different traditional finance giants in the United States. The frenzy started after BlackRock, the world’s biggest asset manager with over $9 trillion in AUM, submitted its spot Bitcoin ETF filing with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on June 15. A Bitcoin Spot ETF Frenzy BlackRock’s move spurred several Bitcoin ETF hopefuls to make fresh...

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Fidelity, VanEck, Invesco Amend Bitcoin Spot ETF Filings Following SEC’s Warning (Report)

Several financial giants, including Fidelity, 21Shares, and WisdomTree, have changed their filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission in regard to their applications for Bitcoin Spot ETFs. This comes just hours after the US securities regulator reportedly warned that all recent filings for such products were “inadequate.” BlackRock splashed the waters two weeks ago when it filed with the SEC to launch a Bitcoin Spot exchange-traded fund. While it was definitely not...

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Bitcoin Dumps Below $30K as SEC Warns That Recent BTC Spot ETF Filings Are ‘Inadequate’ (WSJ)

The US Securities and Exchange Commission has reportedly issued a warning that the recent Bitcoin Spot ETF filings by financial giants, such as Fidelity and BlackRock, could lack comprehensive details. The agency has a long history of rejecting such products in the States, and its current war on crypto is likely not helping. BlackRock made the headlines a few weeks ago when it filed to launch a Bitcoin Spot ETF in the States, which, if approved, would be the first such...

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Fidelity Refiles Bitcoin Spot ETF Application After BlackRock

Fidelity Digital Assets – the $4.5 trillion asset manager’s crypto-arm – has resubmitted its filing to launch a Bitcoin Spot ETF in the United States. Parts of the filing are virtually identical to BlackRock and ARK Invest’s respective submissions earlier this month. Fidelity Tries Again According to a 19-b4 filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Thursday, the proposal would allow the Cboe BZX Exchange to list and trade shares of Fidelity’s Wise...

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Cathie Wood’s Ark Amends Bitcoin Spot ETF Application To Copy BlackRock

Cathie Wood’s ARK Invest has amended its Bitcoin Spot ETF filing to include a new surveillance sharing agreement, taking cues from the filing presented by investment giant BlackRock earlier this month. The modification may give ARK a better chance of getting its product approved by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which has denied every flavor of the product thus far. ARK’s Crucial Change According to ARK’s modified 19b-4 filing, the proposal suggests that...

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Ledger Launches Institutional-Grade Trading Network for Crypto Custody

Ledger launched an institutional-grade trading network to meet the risk management and regulatory requirements of institutions. On June 28th, crypto custody company Ledger announced the launch of “Ledger Enterprise TRADELINK”, a custodial trading network for institutions aiming to revolutionize this segment. According to Ledger, the crypto wallet company has signed contracts with several partners to carry out its new project, which eliminates unnecessary complexities in the crypto market...

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BlackRock Has 50% Chance of Getting SEC’s Spot Bitcoin ETF Approval

The SEC may prefer to give BlackRock the approval because of its reputation. According to some Bloomberg analysts, BlackRock has a 50% chance of getting approval for its spot Bitcoin Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). On the other hand, they also speculated that Grayscale has a 70% chance of winning its ongoing legal case against the regulator. Eric Balchunas made the comment about the two companies in a tweet after Elliott Stein, a senior...

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Grayscale Has 70% Odds Of Winning SEC Lawsuit: Bloomberg Analyst

The company behind the world’s largest Bitcoin fund has a 70% chance of overcoming the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in a major crypto industry lawsuit, according to Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Legal Analyst Elliot Z. Stein. Given the circumstances, the firm’s analysts assign a 50% likelihood to a Bitcoin spot ETF being approved in the United States this year. Grayscale, BlackRock, and the SEC According to Stein, the optimistic outlook for Grayscale’s...

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