VanEck files with the SEC for an Ethereum ETF as it waits for the regulator to approve its bitcoin fund
- Asset manager VanEck has filed to list an
- The firm is seeking
SEC's permission to list shares of its VanEck Ethereum Trust.
- The SEC delayed a decision on whether to greenlight VanEck's bitcoin
Asset manager VanEck is seeking US regulatory approval to launch an Ethereum exchange-traded fund, with the move taking place as the company waits for word on whether it will be able to introduce trading of the first
Wall Street institutions are increasingly embracing or signaling openness to including cryptocurrency into their operations. This week, S&P Dow Jones index announced the launch of three indices tracking the performance of the bitcoin and ethereum - the S&P Bitcoin Index, S&P Ethereum Index, and the S&P Cryptocurrency MegaCap Index.
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