Coinbase sera un partenaire de surveillance pour Fidelity et d'autres ETF Bitcoin , selon les applications refilées
La SEC a déclaré à Cboe qu'elle devait nommer son partenaire plus tôt vendredi....
- BZX Exchange de Cboe has designated Coinbase as the market for its surveillance sharing agreement when filing its Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) applications.
- Several companies, including Fidelity, WisdomTree, VanEck, ARK Invest, Galaxy/Invesco, and BlackRock, have filed applications for spot Bitcoin ETFs in recent weeks.
- The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has rejected Bitcoin ETF proposals in the past, but these companies are hoping for success.
- The SEC stated that the applications from Nasdaq and Cboe were "inadequate" because they did not name the market with which the fund sponsors were working on their surveillance sharing agreements.
- Cboe has now named Coinbase as its partner for these surveillance sharing agreements.
- The SEC has called for surveillance sharing agreements with "significant markets" in the past to prevent market manipulation and protect consumers.
- The SEC has not officially acknowledged reviewing the applications yet and will have a review period of up to 240 days.
- The SEC's recent lawsuit against Coinbase for alleged unregistered exchange, broker, and clearinghouse activities could complicate the situation.
- It remains to be seen if the SEC will recognize Coinbase as a significant regulated market for Bitcoin.
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The sentiment of the article is mostly neutral, with some uncertainty regarding the SEC's decision and the potential complications arising from Coinbase's lawsuit.
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