SEC Receptive to Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust

SEC Receptive to Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust

According to Michael J. Casey, an editor and senior columnist at The Wall Street Journal, the Winklevoss twins are receiving positive feedback from the SEC regarding their new bitcoin business venture, Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust. The following quote is from Mr. Evan Greebel, whom is the lawyer for the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust. “The SEC has generally been receptive,” said Mr. Greebel, a partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman’s New York office. “We are working through common procedures and working through the registration process and we have not gotten any show stoppers. We think the SEC....


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