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June 26, 2014, 04:16:11 PM
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The Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust is now on Bloomberg Terminal showing as a Pending Listing.  The BBGID is BBG005D76341.  It can also be found from 0881422D US Equity <go>.

Thanks to Asrael999 for pointing this out.

Here is a link for those without a Bloomberg Terminal: http://origin-www.bloomberg.com/quote/0881422D:US

Edit: It now has a new ticker symbol, and a new home: http://origin-www.bloomberg.com/quote/COIN:US
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June 26, 2014, 04:25:49 PM
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June 26, 2014, 04:26:40 PM
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I think this is kind of what separates the real traders from (most of us), hm, "enthusiastic amateurs" ... I had to look up what a "Bloomberg Terminal" is, a few days ago. When I saw the price, I wasn't exactly surprised, but had to conclude that for the time being, I won't need one Cheesy

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June 26, 2014, 04:28:27 PM
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Maybe one day we can fly....

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June 27, 2014, 02:45:29 AM
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I think this is kind of what separates the real traders from (most of us), hm, "enthusiastic amateurs" ... I had to look up what a "Bloomberg Terminal" is, a few days ago. When I saw the price, I wasn't exactly surprised, but had to conclude that for the time being, I won't need one Cheesy

315 000 subscribers at 24000$ per year, holly shit.

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June 27, 2014, 02:53:44 AM
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I think this is kind of what separates the real traders from (most of us), hm, "enthusiastic amateurs" ... I had to look up what a "Bloomberg Terminal" is, a few days ago. When I saw the price, I wasn't exactly surprised, but had to conclude that for the time being, I won't need one Cheesy

315 000 subscribers at 24000$ per year, holly shit.

Yep.  That's $7.5 billion dollars per year in Bloomberg subscription fees alone from this investment community.  Now how much do you think they can spare to get their feet wet in Bitcoin?

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June 27, 2014, 02:57:48 AM
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I think this is kind of what separates the real traders from (most of us), hm, "enthusiastic amateurs" ... I had to look up what a "Bloomberg Terminal" is, a few days ago. When I saw the price, I wasn't exactly surprised, but had to conclude that for the time being, I won't need one Cheesy

315 000 subscribers at 24000$ per year, holly shit.


...Wow. I cant believe I'm not on there. Thats cheap.  Cool
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June 27, 2014, 02:59:15 AM
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I think this is kind of what separates the real traders from (most of us), hm, "enthusiastic amateurs" ... I had to look up what a "Bloomberg Terminal" is, a few days ago. When I saw the price, I wasn't exactly surprised, but had to conclude that for the time being, I won't need one Cheesy

315 000 subscribers at 24000$ per year, holly shit.

Yep.  That's $7.5 billion dollars per year in Bloomberg subscription fees alone from this investment community.  Now how much do you think they can spare to get their feet wet in Bitcoin?



Don't even talk like this. We all know that Wall Street has no interest in Bitcoin.  Cool

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June 27, 2014, 03:05:06 AM
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My only lament is I don't have more fiat to throw at Bitcoin before Wall Street hits.  This will be the Bitcoin singularity.  Once it happens, there will be no cheap Bitcoins, ever.  In fact, I anticipate the massive volatility will die down as well.  Market depth will be quite a bit larger.
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June 27, 2014, 03:08:57 AM
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My only lament is I don't have more fiat to throw at Bitcoin before Wall Street hits.  This will be the Bitcoin singularity.  Once it happens, there will be no cheap Bitcoins, ever.  In fact, I anticipate the massive volatility will die down as well.  Market depth will be quite a bit larger.


Imo, Wall Streets involvment will not itself be the "singular" event. I don't think Wall Street is just going to take bitcoin prices to the moon. Afterall, wall street buys hype, but they sell hype too.

However, Wall Street investment will signal the exchanges of the world and for the first time set a global precedent for bitcoin trading. As a result, a larger positive feedback loop can have the potential to occur, where exchanges around the world in major international hubs develop, feeding more innovation and positive press. Bitcoin will be legitimized once and for all in the financial community. Once this happens, the feedback loop could carry the prices to much larger degrees.


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June 27, 2014, 03:09:38 AM
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I think this is kind of what separates the real traders from (most of us), hm, "enthusiastic amateurs" ... I had to look up what a "Bloomberg Terminal" is, a few days ago. When I saw the price, I wasn't exactly surprised, but had to conclude that for the time being, I won't need one Cheesy

315 000 subscribers at 24000$ per year, holly shit.

Yep.  That's $7.5 billion dollars per year in Bloomberg subscription fees alone from this investment community.  Now how much do you think they can spare to get their feet wet in Bitcoin?



Don't even talk like this. We all know that Wall Street has no interest in Bitcoin.  Cool

Can you believe Wall Street pays the current market cap of Bitcoin every year in platform subscription fees?
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June 27, 2014, 03:11:57 AM
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My only lament is I don't have more fiat to throw at Bitcoin before Wall Street hits.  This will be the Bitcoin singularity.  Once it happens, there will be no cheap Bitcoins, ever.  In fact, I anticipate the massive volatility will die down as well.  Market depth will be quite a bit larger.


Imo, Wall Streets involvment will not itself be the "singular" event. I don't think Wall Street is just going to take bitcoin prices to the moon. Afterall, wall street buys hype, but they sell hype too.

However, Wall Street investment will signal the exchanges of the world and for the first time set a global precedent for bitcoin trading. As a result, a larger positive feedback loop can have the potential to occur, where exchanges around the world in major international hubs develop, feeding more innovation and positive press. Bitcoin will be legitimized once and for all in the financial community. Once this happens, the feedback loop could carry the prices to much larger degrees.



By singularity I meant something like an event horizon.
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June 27, 2014, 03:22:05 AM
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I read in the legal doc that the shares will be $20. T/F?



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June 27, 2014, 03:34:45 AM
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Wow!! Fantastic News!!  How long until it's not "pending" anymore?
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June 27, 2014, 04:02:22 AM
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The Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust is now on Bloomberg Terminal showing as a Pending Listing.  The BBGID is BBG005D76341.  It can also be found from 0881422D US Equity <go>.

Thanks to Asrael999 for pointing this out.

Here is a link for those without a Bloomberg Terminal: http://origin-www.bloomberg.com/quote/0881422D:US



Damn. I thought this was still a long way off. I wonder how far in advance this sort of thing happens before you can actually buy and sell shares?


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June 27, 2014, 04:39:26 AM
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Is this the ETF or just an "INVESTMENT COMPANY " per say Huh?

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June 27, 2014, 04:52:20 AM
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This is the ETF.
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June 27, 2014, 05:02:14 AM
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Thanks...


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June 27, 2014, 05:08:31 AM
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Guys....it's "pending". That doesn't mean a listed security will appear next week... It just means that they've entered the *potential* ETF into the system and to their knowledge, the SEC is currently evaluating it. That's essentially no change from 6 months ago.

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June 27, 2014, 08:02:52 AM
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Guys....it's "pending". That doesn't mean a listed security will appear next week... It just means that they've entered the *potential* ETF into the system and to their knowledge, the SEC is currently evaluating it. That's essentially no change from 6 months ago.

But, but...

...the moon?
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