Last-Minute Preparations for a Spot Bitcoin ETF


US crypto companies have made last-minute changes to their spot Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) applications and are now anticipating a green light from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). At least eight applicants had amended their filings by the end of last Friday, a deadline set by the realtor after a meeting with all the applicants.

The companies that amended their S1 filing with the SEC for the spot Bitcoin ETFs are BlackRock Asset Management, VanEck, Valkyrie Investments, Bitwise Investment Advisers, Invesco, Fidelity, WisdomTree Investments, and a joint venture between Ark Investments and 21Shares.

The deadline for the regulatory decision on the Ark 21Shares Bitcoin Trust will first approach on 10 January. With the anticipation of the approval, the joint venture has made 16 significant clarifications and additions to its S1 filing.

The update on the Ark 21Shares Bitcoin Trust filing includes clarification on the price index, process, definitions, and even disclosures. One of the interesting additions is the “service provider concentration risk,” highlighting the risks associated with the Bitcoin Custodian and Prime Broker serving multiple competing products.

Particularly, many potential spot Bitcoin ETF providers, including the Ark 21Shares Bitcoin Trust, have selected the services of Coinbase. To mitigate such risks, the Ark 21Shares Bitcoin Trust will limit the amount of Bitcoin held in the Trust’s Trading Balance for transactional and expense management.

New Commercial

VanEck, a prominent investment management firm, took enthusiasm for the potential one step ahead with the launch of a new Bitcoin commercial.

Although the deadline for the Ark 21Shares Bitcoin Trust is January 10, a Reuters report revealed that regulatory officials are expected to notify the issuers as soon as next Tuesday or Wednesday.

Companies in the US have been attempting to get the approval of spot Bitcoin ETF for years. However, the American regulator has rejected or delayed its decision, citing concerns about market manipulation and its inability to protect investors.

US crypto companies have made last-minute changes to their spot Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) applications and are now anticipating a green light from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). At least eight applicants had amended their filings by the end of last Friday, a deadline set by the realtor after a meeting with all the applicants.

The companies that amended their S1 filing with the SEC for the spot Bitcoin ETFs are BlackRock Asset Management, VanEck, Valkyrie Investments, Bitwise Investment Advisers, Invesco, Fidelity, WisdomTree Investments, and a joint venture between Ark Investments and 21Shares.

The deadline for the regulatory decision on the Ark 21Shares Bitcoin Trust will first approach on 10 January. With the anticipation of the approval, the joint venture has made 16 significant clarifications and additions to its S1 filing.

The update on the Ark 21Shares Bitcoin Trust filing includes clarification on the price index, process, definitions, and even disclosures. One of the interesting additions is the “service provider concentration risk,” highlighting the risks associated with the Bitcoin Custodian and Prime Broker serving multiple competing products.

Particularly, many potential spot Bitcoin ETF providers, including the Ark 21Shares Bitcoin Trust, have selected the services of Coinbase. To mitigate such risks, the Ark 21Shares Bitcoin Trust will limit the amount of Bitcoin held in the Trust’s Trading Balance for transactional and expense management.

New Commercial

VanEck, a prominent investment management firm, took enthusiasm for the potential one step ahead with the launch of a new Bitcoin commercial.

Although the deadline for the Ark 21Shares Bitcoin Trust is January 10, a Reuters report revealed that regulatory officials are expected to notify the issuers as soon as next Tuesday or Wednesday.

Companies in the US have been attempting to get the approval of spot Bitcoin ETF for years. However, the American regulator has rejected or delayed its decision, citing concerns about market manipulation and its inability to protect investors.



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