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Bitwise Expresses Commitment to Bitcoin ETF in a New Letter to the SEC

The Bitwise digital asset management is still very much interested in creating a Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF). On Wednesday, the firm sent a new letter to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), responding to the earlier published 112-page rejection letter it received from the SEC back in October.Published by the SEC on Friday, the new letter addressed the SEC’s manipulation fears. According to the SEC, one of the reasons the Bitcoin ETF could not be approved was the...

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U.S. SEC Postpones Decision on Bitcoin ETF Proposal till February

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has decided to postpone the Wilshire Phoenix’s Bitcoin ETF proposal. According to a document released by the commission, they will continue putting the proposal under review. By February 26th, 2020, the SEC will approve or disapprove the rule changes that will determine the status of the ETF. This decision essentially puts in limbo the status of the ETF. It also indicates the cold feet that the SEC has towards new Bitcoin and other...

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CryptoCompare Releases New Exchange Benchmark Report With Quite a Few Surprises

In what seems to be a weird turn of events, top cryptocurrency data and assessment firm CryptoCompare has released its data for cryptocurrency exchange rankings and there are a few surprises in its benchmark report. Firstly, Binance has been dropped from its top ten rankings which comes as a shock as it is currently in the top three cryptocurrency exchanges in terms of the trading volume. Secondly, most of the popular cryptocurrency exchanges didn’t receive the expected rankings as only...

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BitMEX Reveals Some Users’ Email IDs Making Amateurish Mistake

Cryptocurrency derivatives exchange BitMEX sent a mass email to its users on Friday with all of their email addresses in the “To” field. Usually, when you are sending a mass e-mail and you want to protect other users’ privacy, you put their e-mail addresses in the so-called blind carbon copy or BCC field. That’s how the other users’ e-mail addresses stay hidden from everybody else. This way, by not putting the names in the BCC field but in an amateurish manner dividing them by the comma,...

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