Ontario Securities Commission has approved Canada's first blockchain exchange-traded fund (ETF) set to launch on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has refused to grand any institutions ETFs siting unanswered questions
Yesterday, Raffety Assets Management, ProShares, and VanEck all withdrew their Bitcoin-related ETF proposals from SEC’s consideration.
The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) has filed for permission to launch a number of Bitcoin ETFs (exchange-traded funds) just one week into 2018. If granted, NYSE would be the third American exchange to offer Bitcoin futures contracts after…