Winklevoss Twins Plan NASDAQ Listing for Bitcoin ETF in New SEC Filing

Winklevoss Twins Plan NASDAQ Listing for Bitcoin ETF in New SEC Filing

A new regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) indicates that Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are planning to have their Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust exchange traded fund (ETF) listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange. If the SEC gives its final approval, investors will be able to buy into the fund and participate by owning "shares" of bitcoins. The filing is an amendment to a series of documents that the ETF has submitted to the SEC in order to get the fund off the ground. It was initially registered with the SEC last July. Math-Based Asset Services. The Winklevoss Bitcoin....


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