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Bitcoin ETF Approval Expected by November: Valkyrie CIO

Bitcoin ETF Approval Expected by November: Valkyrie CIO

Valkyrie Investments’ CIO, Steven McClurg, anticipates the US SEC's approval for a Bitcoin ETF by late November, marking a significant move for Bitcoin's market momentum.

McClurg expects the SEC to issue further comments in the next few weeks regarding Valkyrie’s ETF application, potentially finalizing rule changes by month-end or deferring until January for finishing touches on filings.

Valkyrie competes with major financial players for the Bitcoin ETF approval, managing significant Bitcoin and Ether ETFs valued at over $51 million and filing for a spot Bitcoin ETF.

Expert Nate Geraci outlines the potential process, suggesting SEC approval by November-end for rule changes, followed by filing approvals early next year for ETF trading to commence.

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SEC concerns over market manipulation and custody are pivotal, but the expected approval could trigger significant investments post-launch, while the SEC had its first closed meeting since the Grayscale appeal deadline.

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