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Could the current Bitcoin stability work for Bitcoin Exchange and Traded Funds (ETF) approval?
A new Bitcoin ETF provider has entered the competition alongside Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust and SolidX. Grayscale Investments, the child company of Barry Silbert’s Digital Currency Group, filed an S-1 registration statement with SEC to list its trust on NYSE.
Ethereum (ETC) Investment Trust proposed by Barry Silbert is modeled after Grayscale’s Bitcoin Investment Trust. He clearly says the currency the investors would be exposed to will be ETC. There are no question about misleading anyone here.
Cointelegraph has created a fun gallery of Kawaii-style portraits of the most influential people in Blockchain. Have a beer and have a look!
On national TV, various CNBC analysts led several segments to analyze the recent price surge of Bitcoin.
As a response to the divided support of the community, developers, and miners, Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin has made clear that he has no intentions to support Ethereum Classic, even if it surpasses the market value of Ethereum.
Western Union, whose business model of money transfer could be under threat from bitcoin, is one of the new investors in Digital Currency Group (DCG).
Let’s take a look with four reasons why banks will fail in building viable internal blockchains.
This week ARK Investment became the first ETF to invest in Bitcoin, purchasing publicly traded shares of Grayscale's Bitcoin Investment Trust (GBTC), which are linked to the price of bitcoin directly, for ARK’s Web x.0 ETF fund.
ShapeShift.io, a well-known currency converter in the bitcoin industry, has recently closed an investment round of US$1.6 million
Bitcoins can now be traded on the public markets. After a long wait, Grayscale Investment’s Bitcoin Investment Trust (BIT) received formal approval on March 26 and began trading in May with the ticker GBTC.
The former bitcoin trading division of SecondMarket, has relaunched under the new name Genesis Trading in bid to become "the partner of choice for large institutional buyers and sellers" in digital currency trading.
Barry Silbert's Bitcoin Investment Trust is poised to become the first Bitcoin fund to be publicly traded. The Bitcoin Foundation announces the results of its recent board election. LazyCoins ready to launch the UK's first fully regulation compliant exchange and more top stories for March 2.
While the success of cryptocurrencies has been much highlighted in developed countries in 2013, 2014 is certainly the year when digital currencies will embrace emerging markets.
Barry Silbert continues to shock his fans with the bold moves that made him one of the shrewdest Bitcoin investors in the world.
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