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About BitX

BitX operates a market platform that allows people to buy and sell bitcoins. The company allows people to place orders to buy and sell bitcoins at particular prices into the system. It was founded in 2013 and is based in Singapore.

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21 Tan Quee Lan St.




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Grayscale lawyers criticize SEC over leveraged bitcoin ETF

Jul 10, 2023

Published 1 minute earlier on Grayscale lawyer Donald Verrilli argued that the leveraged crypto ETF is “an even riskier investment product.” The Volatility Shares 2x Bitcoin Strategy ETF, or BITX, became effective last month after not being rejected by the SEC. Stay updated on Pro Crypto Ecosystems news by locking ACS tokens with The Block. Connect/Create Wallet You can unlock at any time. * No wallet? No problem. You can set one up for free. We recommend Torus for first-time users. *a 2% locking fee will be added at the time of locking. Attorneys for asset management company Grayscale criticized the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for allowing the first leveraged bitcoin exchange-traded fund while having rejected previous efforts for a spot fund. Grayscale lawyer Donald Verrilli argued that a leveraged bitcoin ETF is “an even riskier investment product” in a letter sent Monday to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. “The fact that the Commission has allowed a leveraged bitcoin futures ETP to begin trading demonstrates that the Commission continues to arbitrarily treat spot bitcoin ETPs differently than bitcoin futures ETPs,” Verrilli said. The Volatility Shares 2x Bitcoin Strategy ETF, or BITX, became effective last month after not being rejected by the SEC. The agency allowed the first bitcoin futures ETF to trade in 2021. Grayscale brought a case against the SEC last year for rejecting its proposal to convert its flagship fund, GBTC, into a spot bitcoin ETF. The SEC has reasoned that futures products are harder to manipulate in part because they are based on prices from the CME, which is regulated by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Others vying for a spot bitcoin ETF The SEC has not yet approved a spot bitcoin ETF, but large asset managers including BlackRock and Fidelity have recently filed for funds with the agency. Proposals could face headway from the agency, as it has repeatedly cited concerns of fraud and market manipulation when assessing past applications. © 2023 The Block Crypto, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice. Get unlimited access to The Block’s most premium content. Learn More

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    BitX was founded in 2013.



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