|Bid||18.95 x 1100|
|Ask||23.73 x 1300|
|Day's Range||22.49 - 22.61|
|52 Week Range||18.50 - 23.83|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.00|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.68%|
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has postponed its ruling once again for a Bitcoin ETF proposal submitted by firm VanEck.
After a rough 2018, blockchain-related stocks and exchange are delivering impressive performances in the first quarter — without the benefit of major jumps by the largest digital currencies. All of the ...
Another exchange traded funds issuer is trying its hand at bringing a bitcoin ETF to market. Reality Shares, which currently sponsors two blockchain ETFs, filed plans with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to launch the Reality Shares Blockforce Global Currency Strategy ETF. In addition to including bitcoin futures, the Reality Shares bitcoin ETF would include “high-quality, short-term sovereign debt instruments listed for trading on U.S. exchanges and denominated in U.S. dollar, euro, British pounds sterling, Japanese yen and Swiss francs,” as well as bitcoin futures, money market mutual funds and/or other cash equivalents,” according to the filing.
Reality Shares, the firm behind two blockchain exchange traded funds, is looking to launch a bitcoin ETF. The filing is conjunction with the New York Stock Exchange. While the SEC has consistently rejected efforts to bring bitcoin ETFs to market, data indicate investors remain enthusiastic about the prospect of the largest digital currency by market value and the ETF structure coming together.
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are among the hottest modes of investment today, with investors pouring trillions of dollars into an ever-growing field of funds. Particularly in comparison with high-fee hedge funds (many of which have failed to live up to expectations on returns in recent years), low-fee ETFs provide a safer, more stable means of investing that has proven enticing for many investors. Cryptocurrencies have been another of the hottest trends in the investment world in the past couple of years.
The holy grail of the exchange-traded fund (ETF) landscape, at least in recent years, is the bitcoin ETF. It has been several years since the Winklevoss brothers tried to bring the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust to life, but to date, the Securities and Exchange Commission has yet to approve a bitcoin ETF.
Several exchange traded funds dedicated to the blockchain investment theme have come to market this year, but all are heavily focused on domestic or developed market equities. That changed Wednesday with ...
Blockchain, the underlying technology that forms the basis for cryptocurrencies, continues to expand despite its main purveyor, Bitcoin, down to the $6,000 mark after reaching a high of $20,000 back in mid-December of last year. China, in particular, is no stranger when it comes to using blockchain technology. In fact, China's central bank was working on a national cryptocurrency last year before the government essentially pulled the plug on the idea with cryptocurrency regulations, but blockchain technology research and development has the full support of the country.
Reality Shares, an innovative asset management firm, exchange-traded fund (ETF) issuer and index provider, today launches the first ETF to give investors access to China-based companies potentially leading the blockchain technology revolution. The Reality Shares Nasdaq NexGen Economy China ETF (Nasdaq:BCNA) tracks the Reality Shares Nasdaq Blockchain China Index, which seeks to identify and invest in Chinese companies committing material resources to develop and implement blockchain technology. “China is quickly becoming a global epicenter for blockchain innovation.
E*TRADE Financial Corporation today announced it has surpassed 250 commission-free ETFs with the addition of 46 ETFs from six providers to its Commission-Free ETF Pr