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Wall Street Hedge Funds Rush to Cryptocurrencies, 90 Bitcoin-Like This Year Alone

Finance Autonomous Next, a leading financial technology (fintech) research provider, disclosed to CNBC how 124 hedge funds are invested in crypto assets such as bitcoin. With over 2 billion USD under management, it appears, despite some well-documented Wall Street naysayers, the world’s most popular cryptocurrency is convincing money managers the t

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Tom Lee: Bullish for Bitcoin Investment Trust

Longtime Bitcoin bull and Wall Street strategist, Tom Lee, has stated that he believes the lone option for institutional investors wishing to get exposure to crypto by traditional means is hugely undervalued. For him, The Bitcoin Investment Trust (GBTC) could raise some two and a half times from its current price of $679 to an impressive $2,540. This makes it an “attractive” buy.In a report fr

Max Keiser Expects Bitcoin Price to Reach $10,000 Once $7,000 is Broken

Max Keiser, a highly regarded financial analyst and the host of RT’s Keiser Report, expects to see the Bitcoin price achieve $10,000 in the short-term, if it surpasses the $7,000 mark.Keiser stated:“All key Bitcoin metrics, including price, zooming higher. $7,000 will soon fall. $10,000 is a fait accompli.”Key Factors For Bitcoin Price to Hit $10,000Demand for bitcoin is increasing at a rapi

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Bitcoin ETF Could Actually Be on Horizon Says Prominent Investing Firm

Bitcoin users had lost hope of having an Bitcoin ETF when the Winklevoss twins' application was rejected. However, the CEO of ARK Investment Management feels that a Bitcoin ETF may only be a year or two away.ETFs matterSome may debate the utility of having a Bitcoin ETF when it would be more profitable to hold Bitcoins instead. By holding Bitcoins directly, you get the benefit of price appreciatio

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Cathie Wood: Bitcoin ETF Could is Close

CEO of ARK Investment Management, Cathie Wood made some bullish comments about Bitcoin on Bloomberg earlier today. She believes that it’s only a matter of time before an Exchange Traded Fund is approved but we should expect to see closed-end funds much sooner.I wouldn’t be surprised if we saw a closed-end fund before a bitcoin ETF. I don’t think we’ll see an ETF within a year, bu

Bitcoin Core Developer Appeals to SEC Regarding BIT

Regulation Matt Corallo, “a long-time developer of bitcoin”, posted a comment to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regarding a “proposed rule change relating to the listing and trading shares of the Bitcoin Investment Trust [(BIT)] under NYSE Arca Equities Rule 8.201.” In the post, Corallo expresses “grave concerns

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No Bitcoin For The People Yet As GBTC Withdraws SEC Application

The massive gains in the GBTC (Grayscale Bitcoin Investment Trust) share value this year (508 percent) are not enough to get it through approval with the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) for trade on the New York Stock Exchange’s Arca exchange. While regulations are fast moving toward Bitcoin acceptance, the current SEC climate is not ready. According to the fund managers:“Alth

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Altcoins Use Bitcoin Ecosystem to Leapfrog Forward, Grow Faster

Anybody who was drawn to Bitcoin in the very earliest days might have been put off by one significant fact. Bitcoin’s biggest exchange, where they would likely go to purchase the currency, was bizarrely called: “Magic the Gathering Online Exchange,” or Mt. Gox for short. Anybody who was confused as to why they needed to go to a “Magic the Gathering” website to purchase Bitcoin probably j

Famous Investor Thinks Bitcoin Investment Trust Is Overrated

The first publicly traded, Bitcoin-related investment vehicle, Bitcoin Investment Trust, is up by 1600% in two years.The trust currently has reached a market value of $1.8 billion dollars, causing some high-profile investors to raise the alarm bell.Controversial investor Andrew Left, who is famous for predicting when shares in overvalued companies will take a fall, has said this valuation is “co

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Lawyer at Firm Advising Winklevoss Twins Tapped as SEC’s ETF Regulator

Dalia Blass of the Ropes & Gray law firm has been tapped to head the SEC’s Division of Investment Management which regulates, and approves or disapproves, exchange traded funds (ETFs). Blass’ firm, Ropes & Gray, represents the Winklevoss twins in their efforts to create a Bitcoin ETF.The SEC famously rejected two Bitcoin ETF proposals earlier this year, citing largely unregulated marke

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