- Cboe, VanEck, and SolidX have resubmitted their joint proposal for the first US-based Bitcoin Exchange-traded fund (ETF) following the end of the government shutdown.
- The earlier proposal for the ETF fell through on Wednesday, January 23, as the US government shutdown.
Cboe, VanEck, and SolidX have resubmitted their joint proposal for the first US-based Bitcoin Exchange-traded fund (ETF) following the end of the government shutdown. VanEck digital asset strategy lead, Gabor Gurbacs, tweeted:
“The VanEck SolidX Bitcoin ETF proposed rule-change has been submitted by CBOE. Hard work by all teams involved.”
Talks were already underway between the concerned parties before they came to a halt on Wednesday, January 23, following the US government shutdown. The proposal was withdrawn from consideration to avoid probable rejection due to the closure.
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