The United States Securities and exchange commission due to the recent heavy asset markets and strict supervision of encryption is popular, but the last two days, SEC was delayed because bitcoin ETF decided by investors questioned by the iron man Musker shelling.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission to postpone the bitcoin ETF decision, the deadline for the end of February
In the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) again postponed its approval of a bitcoin Exchange Traded Fund (ETF).
According to a document issued by the SEC, the new deadline is February 27, 2019, they will postpone further review lists bitcoin required by ETF rules change proposal.
From a legal perspective, because the proposed rule changes in July 2, 2018, first published in the Federal Register, so the long review period of 240 days, February 27, 2019.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission has declined in 2018 to a dozen applications, to form a bitcoin Exchange Traded Fund (ETF).
SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce has always been firmly support the encryption currency, thus received the title of “mother encryption”. Claim: bitcoin ETF maybe listed in the next year will have to wait until 20 years later, maybe not sure, “she said:” don’t worry, you can not SEC also took a long time before the establishment of the Finhub.”
Some investors bitcoin ETF have great expectations, while SEC had to change the date, leading some investors expected on this matter gradually change the mentality of the members of the SEC, and then let investors have questioned, that SEC may deliberately delay indefinitely through bitcoin ETF.
Musk shelling SEC
According to foreign media reports, according to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) fraud allegations, Tesla CEO eilon – Mask (Elon Musk) has reached a settlement with its.
But the day before the U.S. Cbs Broadcasting Inc (CBS) CBS’s “60 minutes”, Mask still did not stop the shelling.
He said: “I want to be clear: I do not respect SEC, but respect the judicial system of the United states.”