The SEC asks for more time – yet again – as it continues to ponder a Bitcoin ETF…
And the saga of Btcoin-backed exchange traded funds (ETFs) rumbles on. Across much of the year, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the US has had such ETFs to rule on, and has either dismissed them, or activated delays.
Now, it’s gone and done it again.
A ruling was due on the VenEck-SolidX Bitcoin ETF, that was proposed over the summer. The SEC originally had 45 days to make a decision, but it extended

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