Alternate-traded funds (ETFs) issuer ProShares has filed a registration assertion with america Securities and Alternate Fee to record shares of a Quick Bitcoin Technique ETF.
In a Tuesday submitting, ProShares applied with the SEC for an funding automobile that might enable customers to guess towards Bitcoin (BTC) futures utilizing an exchange-traded fund. Based on the registration assertion, the Quick Bitcoin Technique ETF will probably be based mostly on day by day funding outcomes comparable to the inverse of the return of the Chicago Mercantile Alternate Bitcoin Futures Contracts Index for a day.
ProShares simply filed for a Quick Bitcoin Futures ETF. Even tho SEC rejected related submitting final yr, this has shot IMO given ProShares’ good learn on SEC w/ $BITO and the shortage of points w/ futures ETFs to date. Ticker needs to be $FUD or $NGMI. Good scoop by @kgreifeld. pic.twitter.com/fOieZ0Tp9Y
— Eric Balchunas (@EricBalchunas) April 6, 2022
In October 2021, ProShares grew to become the primary agency to ever launch an exchange-traded fund linked to BTC futures in america on NYSE Arca beneath the ticker BITO. On the time of publication, shares are priced at $27.58, having fallen greater than 4% within the final 24 hours.
Although the SEC has not authorised a spot Bitcoin ETF in america, it gave the inexperienced gentle for funding autos with publicity to BTC futures beginning in 2021 in addition to crypto mining corporations. The regulatory physique rejected an analogous providing from ProShares in 2018, however a fund permitting traders to short Bitcoin futures from Horizons ETFs Management presently trades on the Toronto Inventory Alternate beneath the ticker BITI: the BetaPro Inverse Bitcoin ETF.
Based on the SEC, the ProShares submitting is a preliminary prospectus that’s topic to completion. The applying suggests a public providing 75 days after submitting — June 19 — however the SEC has ceaselessly delayed crypto ETF purposes or opened them up for public remark, an motion that additionally pushes again the deadline for the regulatory physique to approve or disapprove itemizing shares.