The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has suspended the Wilshire Phoenix’s Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) proposal. As per the official document issued by the SEC, they have decided to go forward with setting the proposal under further review. By Feb 26, next year, the commission will make a final decision on whether to allow or not to allow BTC ETF and also ascertain their status.
The modern cryptocurrency market is full of projects which offer to invest in a coin, having only a beautiful idea. Some of these projects are at the early beginning of the implementation and suppose to reach significant results in 2, 3 or even 5 years. In this article you will learn about a company that demonstrates a fundamentally different approach.
Several Bitcoin (BTC), cryptocurrency and blockchain advocates have been trying, without much success, to get regulatory authorization for funds so that cryptocurrency like bitcoin can be brought to potential investors. Two giant companies are now considering using a temporary fix.
Innovative startups are growing in number – there are now more than 10,000, and they employ over 54,000 people. Minister Luigi Di Maio is optimistic that in 2019 more momentum will be added in startup venture capital markets in order to compete successfully with other main competitors in Europe, as StartupItalia reports.
Lawyer Jake Chervinsky tweeted about the recent rejection of nine Bitcoin (BTC) ETFs by the US SEC and said it would probably be done next month. Ran NeuNer earlier falsely revealed that the authority was to call BTC ETFs by Mon Nov 5, 2018.
Crowd for Angels, one of the UK’s leading crowdfunding platforms for shares, crowd bonds and tokens, is delighted to announce the upcoming launch of its first private token sale, for online fraud prevention business CryptoPolice. Having met with the management team and after applying its rigorous due diligence process to the company, Crowd for Angels will put the sale live on Thursday, July 12.