Maxim Bederov, a serial entrepreneur and early-stage investor in a number of projects, including one of the first retail funds incorporating digital assets, writes that cryptocurrency exchanges are the linchpin of this nascent industry.
Mike Venuto (pictured), CIO of Toroso Investments and co-founder of the TETF index, which is designed to mirror the ETF industry, has commented on yesterday’s news that the SEC has suspended trading in XBT Provider’s Bitcoin Tracker One and Ether Tracker One.
The US’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has suspended the trading of Bitcoin Tracker One (CXBTF) and Ether Tracker One (CETHF) issued by XBT Provider AB in Sweden, citing a lack of current, consistent and accurate information which has resulted in confusion amongst market participants regarding these financial instruments.
Wealth Chain Capital, a crypto investment company, is to launch an ETF aimed specifically at the emerging cryptocurrency market.
MV Index Solutions (MVIS), and financial technology company Amun have launched the Amun Crypto Basket Index (ticker: HODL5), a digital assets index designed to accurately track the top crypto assets.
Aussie ETF provider BetaShares is to expand its global shares product suite via the launch a range of new international ETFs.
German asset management firm Iconiq Funds, the newly-launched asset management arm of Germany-based Iconiq Holding, the team behind the decentralised VC group, Iconiq Lab, is launching a series of digital asset index funds beginning in Q4 2018.
Falling prices for cryptocurrencies, and an uncertain regulatory environment, in 2018 haven’t deterred new crypto investment funds from opening, according to new analysis from Crypto Fund Research.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has rejected a second attempt by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss to list the first cryptocurrency ETF on a regulated exchange.
Blockchain for private equity firm Swarm has partnered with decentralised autonomous organisation MakerDAO to integrate the Dai token into the Swarm platform.