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Bitwise’s chief investment officer explained why the firm has decided to drop its Bitcoin futures ETF and focus on the spot Bitcoin ETF.
Bitwise bullish on pure Bitcoin ETF after dropping futures filing
While BTIO is going from strength to strength with a total of $1.4 billion worth of inflows since late October, one expert thinks that VanEck’s Bitcoin spot ETF...
ProShares Bitcoin futures fund in top 2% of all ETFs for volume
Exchange-traded products with exposure to cryptocurrencies are increasingly gaining ground.
NYSE Arca files with SEC to list Bitwise Bitcoin ETP Trust
Volt Equity’s ETF consults with PlanB’s Bitcoin stock-to-flow model to adjust exposure.
Volt Equity’s ‘Bitcoin revolution’ ETF goes live on NYSE today
Decreasing reserves mean a decline in Bitcoin supply for selling, altcoin purchasing and margin trading.
Bitcoin price eyes $65K breakout as BTC exchange reserves fall to 2018 lows
The price of Bitcoin rose to a five-month high of $63,293 following shares of ProShares’ ETF opening for trading.
ProShares Bitcoin-linked ETF launches on NYSE as BTC price rises above $63K
The first Bitcoin futures-linked ETF is finally launching in the United States after years of effort.
ProShares Bitcoin ETF to debut on NYSE on Oct. 19