Highlighting what went right, and what went wrong, in this week’s crypto news analysis. Some key decisions this week from the SEC regarding BTC ETF applications. But, perhaps echoing the Winkelvoss decision, it seems the denial was not a unanimous finding within SEC ranks. Today they have suggested the decision will be reviewed internally, though giving no timelines or guidelines on what that might entail.
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Risk of market manipulation and/or fraud cited again as the primary reason for denial
Cboe and CME are not big enough futures markets to establish BTC value, according to the SEC
Virtual Commodities Association is established by four US exchanges, including Gemini
Can they fill the SEC's void and offer some stability to the BTC market?
The $73m bond is issued through the World Bank and settled through the Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Built on a private Ethereum blockchain, using Microsoft cloud computing to run it from the US
Canada creates its own
will release an asset-backed (SEC registered) real estate token
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