Tag Archives: Bitcoin ETN

Nasdaq ETN Provider To Introduce A Range of Cryptocurrencies

While the market flutters and the traders bite their nails waiting for the big news about a bitcoin ETF (Exchange Traded Funds), the first Bitcoin Exchange Traded Notes (ETN) provider, XBT Provider AB, devises expansion plans.  Five to Ten More Cryptocurrency ETNs It seems that the Sweden-based company aims to at least compete with cryptocurrency ETFs. Bloomberg recently… Read More »

SEC Suspends Trading in Bitcoin and Ethereum Investment Products

Advertisement The U.S. regulator pointed to “a lack of current, consistent and accurate information” in the two crypto investment vehicles issued by Swedish firm XBT Provider AB. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Sunday issued an order to halt the trading in Bitcoin Tracker One (CXBTF) and Ether Tracker One (CETHF), two investment products that track… Read More »

Crypto Week In Review: The Market Remains Tumultuous Even Amid Bullish News

While investors entered this past week expecting for the crypto market to fall further, it has become apparent that the market has temporarily staved off a move lower. Whether this recovery was a result of positive fundamentals or just a “dead cat bounce” remains to be seen. Nonetheless, this week has had its fair share of positive news… Read More »

Forget Bitcoin ETF, an ETN Already Allows US Investors to Invest in BTC

Advertisement Bitcoin ETF has been the big story of 2018 in the cryptocurrency space. But, a similar product already exists and with it, investors in US markets will be able to allocate more funds into the bitcoin market. Exchange-Traded Notes (ETNs) in Sweden Nine companies have applied to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to operate a… Read More »

Prominent Analyst: Bitcoin and Crypto Aren’t Heading Upwards, Big Drop Before Big Rally

Although the crypto market saw a resurgence on Wednesday, with assets like Bitcoin posting 5 percent gains, the market remains in “purgatory,” where analysts aren’t too sure where prices will move next. The Tracker One ETN May Be Good News, But Bitcoin Isn’t Heading Upwards As reported by NewsBTC on Thursday, a Swedish Bitcoin exchange-traded note (ETN) recently became… Read More »

There’s Still No Bitcoin ETF, But U.S. Investors Just Got a Consolation Prize

Advertisement The long-anticipated bitcoin ETF has yet to materialize, but American investors seeking to gain exposure to the flagship cryptocurrency through their standard brokerage accounts now have a consolation prize. Bloomberg reports that Bitcoin Tracker One, an exchange-traded note (ETN) that has been listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since 2015, can now be traded in U.S. brokerage accounts under… Read More »

US Investors Can Now Invest in a Fully-Regulated Bitcoin ETN

While the entire cryptocurrency community is waiting for the approval of a potential bitcoin ETF by the US Securities Exchange and Securities Commission (SEC), investors can now purchase Bitcoin exchange-traded notes, entirely regulated in Sweden. “Big Win for Bitcoin” Starting yesterday, investors can trade using the so-called Bitcoin Tracker One product offered by a parent company of CoinShares… Read More »

Bitcoin ETN Makes its Debut in the United States

Investors in the United States who wish to trade Bitcoin without having to buy the cryptocurrency have been given another route to the top-ranked virtual currency via Bitcoin Exchange Traded Notes (ETN). Details of the Bitcoin ETN According to Bloomberg, starting Wednesday American investors will now have access to Bitcoin Tracker One, and BTC ETN. The product which… Read More »

European ETF Trading Behemoth Begins Trading Bitcoin and Ethereum ETN

Flow Traders NV, Europe’s largest exchange-traded funds (ETF) trader has begun buying and selling Bitcoin and Ethereum exchange-traded notes (ETN). The company becomes the first to reveal its participation in any cryptocurrency ETN. The big question now is, when will a Bitcoin ETF become a reality? Buying and Selling Bitcoin and Ethereum ETNs An ETN isn’t all that… Read More »