Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF Revisions Reflect Consumer Protection Concerns

Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF Revisions Reflect Consumer Protection Concerns

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss submitted a revised filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on 20th February for Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust, the long-awaited bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) the investors first proposed in 2013. The official submission, came just weeks after the Winklevosses revealed they were in dialogue with regulators about revising the proposal with the agency. A filing for the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust was first submitted in July 2013. Perhaps, most notable of the changes was the inclusion of Winklevoss Index - or Winkdex for short - into the document.....


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