Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF to Trade on NASDAQ Under 'COIN' Symbol

Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF to Trade on NASDAQ Under 'COIN' Symbol

The Winklevoss twins have filed an amended Form S-1 with the SEC. The minor update reveals a few new facts about the Winklevoss exchange traded fund (ETF). So far Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have updated their ETF filing four times. The process of registering an ETF is painstakingly slow: the twins originally filed for an investment fund a year ago, on 1st July 2013. New update reveals ETF symbol. According to the latest filing, shares in the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust will trade on the NASDAQ OMX under the symbol 'COIN'. There are a number of cosmetic changes too, described by the Wall....


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