Coinbase sarà partner di sorveglianza per Fidelity, affermano altri ETF Bitcoin , affermano le domande archiviate
La SEC ha detto a Cboe che aveva bisogno di nominare il suo partner venerdì scorso....
- The BZX exchange of Cboe has chosen Coinbase as the market for its surveillance sharing agreement for Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
- Several companies, including Fidelity, WisdomTree, VanEck, ARK Invest, Galaxy/Invesco, and BlackRock, have applied for Bitcoin spot ETFs.
- The SEC has deemed the requests from Nasdaq and Cboe as "inadequate" due to the lack of indication of the market with which the fund sponsors are working.
- Cboe has stated that Coinbase represents a significant portion of Bitcoin trading in the US and has named it as a partner for surveillance sharing agreements.
- The SEC requires surveillance sharing agreements with significant markets to prevent market manipulation and protect consumers.
- The SEC will review the applications for a period of 45 to 240 days.
- The SEC has filed a lawsuit against Coinbase for allegedly operating as an unregistered exchange, broker, and clearinghouse.
- It remains to be seen if the SEC will recognize Coinbase as an important and regulated market for Bitcoin.
The sentiment of the article is neutral, providing factual information about the BZX exchange's choice of Coinbase as a partner for surveillance sharing agreements and the SEC's review of Bitcoin spot ETF applications.