Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust: ETF Aims for NASDAQ

Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust: ETF Aims for NASDAQ

The Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust has filed a Registration Statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust has been seeking to have an exchange traded fund linked to Bitcoin. The Winklevoss twins originally filed with the SEC in July of 2013 but have had to make edits to their proposal including information relating to the risks consumers face. The Winklevoss brothers created a Bitcoin Index, Winkdex, to better price Bitcoin. The SEC document has not yet named a ticker symbol for ETF. Each share of the ETF will represent 1/5th of a Bitcoin. The ETF will....


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