CBOE files to list Van Eck's proposed Bitcoin ETF

CBOE files to list Van Eck's proposed Bitcoin ETF

CBOE is looking to re-enter the crypto sector, filing to list a Bitcoin ETF proposed by asset manager Van Eck. Globally leading exchange holding company, Chicago Board Options Exchange, or CBOE, has filed to list the Bitcoin exchange-traded fund proposed by asset manager, Van Eck.CBOE filed a Form 19b-4 requesting permission to list the ETF from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Jan. 3. In the form, CBOE emphasizes the benefits an ETF would offer to retail investors over the spot Bitcoin markets, including custody:“Exposure to bitcoin through an ETP also presents certain....


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