Kryptoin Re-files Bitcoin ETF Opting to List on Cboe Over Nasdaq – Finance Bitcoin News

On April 9, 2021, the Delaware-based company and sponsor of the “Kryptoin Bitcoin ETF Trust” filed an S1 amendment for a bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The asset manager re-filed its 2019 ETF application and instead of leveraging NYSE, the company plans to use Cboe BZX.

Kryptoin Joins the List of Bitcoin ETFs Hoping for Approval in 2021

The race for a bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) in the United States has grown thick with competition in recent days. The asset manager Kryptoin has recently revealed it has re-filed with the SEC in order to get an ETF approved. With Kryptoin joining the competition, there are now seven bitcoin-based ETFs hoping to get approved by the U.S. regulator. The list includes Valkyrie, Vaneck, Fidelity, NYDIG, Wisdomtree, First Trust & Skybridge, and Kryptoin.

Kryptoin’s prospectus is not much different than its 2019 filing, except at that time it had chosen to list on NYSE Arca. However, this time around, Kryptoin’s prospectus sent to SEC on Friday named Cboe BZX as the listing exchange. Kryptoin has decided to add its prospectus to the list of bitcoin ETF filings, while both Vaneck and Wisdomtree step up for the SEC review. The company’s product will be named the “Kryptoin Bitcoin ETF Trust,” and the company would like to launch as soon as it is permissible.

The preliminary prospectus subject to completion further notes the “objective is to provide exposure to bitcoin at a price that is reflective of the actual bitcoin market where investors can purchase and sell bitcoin, less the expenses of the Trust’s operations.” Kryptoin adds that the firm will leverage a reference rate in order to determine the value of shares.

The SEC filing states:

In seeking to achieve its investment objective, the Trust will hold bitcoin, and in seeking to ensure that the price of the Trust’s shares is reflective of the actual bitcoin market,…

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