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July 17, 2018, 03:19:58 PM
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On June 26th, Cboe Global Markets filed an application with the SEC seeking an approval of a Bitcoin Exchange Traded Fund (ETF). The agency published the application and invited the public to comment on the matter.
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July 17, 2018, 04:17:01 PM
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Maybe it's just me, but just looking at the most recent comments. I suppose they seem positive, but towards regulation... or rather, welcoming of SEC's role in regulating crypto derivatives. I get a lot of sense that the commenters want to "make America great again" and actually only see ETF as just another speculative tool to take advantage of. They talk about "secure" ways to hold Bitcoin, so they obviously don't really understand how it works. Some talk about recouping losses "since 2018". Funny.

Or maybe it's just Wall St talk that I don't get. Majority of comments were on July 11th too. Wondering why.

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Maybe it's just me, but just looking at the most recent comments. I suppose they seem positive, but towards regulation... or rather, welcoming of SEC's role in regulating crypto derivatives. I get a lot of sense that the commenters want to "make America great again" and actually only see ETF as just another speculative tool to take advantage of. They talk about "secure" ways to hold Bitcoin, so they obviously don't really understand how it works. Some talk about recouping losses "since 2018". Funny.

Or maybe it's just Wall St talk that I don't get. Majority of comments were on July 11th too. Wondering why.

You're not wrong, the whole thing smacks of paid shills & bots & should be avoided like the plague.

Just another corporate money grab - nothing to see here.

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