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SEC Has Set The Deadline To Review Nine Bitcoin ETF Appications

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has laid out a time frame for auditing proposed control changes identified with a progression of uses to rundown and exchange different Bitcoin (BTC) Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).

The survey timeframe influences nine separate ETFs that have been proposed by three unique candidates, as per yesterday’s (Oct. 4th) records documented by the SEC.

The new revisions influence a couple of BTC ETFs that had been put together by ProShares related to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) ETF trade NYSE Arca. The other influenced applications are the five further proposed ETFs from Direxion, likewise to list on NYSE Arca, and two recommendations from GraniteShares, for posting on CBOE.

The SEC has requested “any gathering or other individuals” to record an announcement in help or dismissal of the proposed BTC ETFs by Oct. 26.”

The controller has illustrated that its earlier requests opposing proposed rule changes for each of the three candidates’ proposition will stay pending as per the Commission’s survey.

In a different notice, the SEC has recorded alterations to particular changes and elucidations that had been advanced by GraniteShares with respect to its proposed models of the task.

As detailed in late August, the SEC had checked on its choice to dismiss the nine ETF proposition, only multi day after it disliked them. The controller had discovered that the items did not follow the prerequisites by the “Exchange Act Section 6(b)(5), in particular, the requirement that a national securities exchange’s rules be designed to prevent fraudulent and manipulative acts and practices.”

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