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Analyst: A Bitcoin ETF Stands No Chance Chance with SEC Committed to Protecting Fiat Currency

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The Winklevoss twins never had a chance of getting the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to approve their bitcoin ETF, according to one observer. Rafi Farber, writing in calvinayre.com, claims the SEC is more committed to protecting the interests of big banks, which are invested in paper currency, than in looking out for investors. Michal Piwowar, who holds a Ph.D. in economics and heads...

Winklevoss Twins Aren’t Giving Up On Their Bitcoin ETF

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Bitcoin didn’t have its best day yesterday when the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) issued its first decision on a bitcoin exchange-traded fund (EFT) by rejecting the Winklevoss ETF. But the Winklevoss twins are hopeful that the commission will come around to working with them on bringing an EFT to market. An ETF would allow investors to invest in bitcoin the way they purchase funds that...

Investment Blogger Explains Why He Won’t Buy Into A Bitcoin ETF Any Time Soon

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Matt Thalman, a blogger for ino.com, a market trader website, does not intend to invest in bitcoin if a bitcoin ETF is approved in the near future, according to a recent blog post. He views bitcoin as still too new to invest in. The Securities and Exchange Commission is soon expected to decide of the Winklevoss ETF, the first bitcoin ETF to file for approval in 2013. Since then, SolidX and...

Investment Analyst Pegs Bitcoin Price to Hit $3,678 If SEC Approves ETF

Emerita Capital, a provider of quantitative analysis for investment assets, believes bitcoin price could hit $3,678 if the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approves the Winklevoss ETF on March 11. The company, writing in Seeking Alpha, recommends portfolios hold between 0.2% and 5.0% in bitcoin. It recommends purchasing bitcoin on an OTC spot exchange. Emerita Capital states at the outset...

Investors Ignore Analysts, Bet on SEC Approving Bitcoin ETF

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Investors are betting the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will approve at least one of the three proposed bitcoin-focused exchange-traded funds, despite doubts expressed by Wall Street analysts, according to MarketWatch. Futures contracts traded on BitMEX, an exchange incorporated in the Republic of Seychelles, and the falling premium of the Grayscale bitcoin trust shares traded on the...

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