After the Proshares Bitcoin Strategy exchange-traded fund (ETF) listed and smashed records in the first two days of trading, Vaneck’s bitcoin futures ETF was given the green light to start trading next week. Furthermore, sources say that the Valkyrie Bitcoin Strategy ETF is set to launch this week with a possible listing on Friday.
Proshares Bitcoin ETF Smashes Records
October is the month of bitcoin exchange-traded funds as the United States approved the first ETF last week. Proshares Bitcoin Strategy ETF (NYSE: BITO) listed on Tuesday and saw close to $1 billion in volume on its first day of trading.
— Eric Balchunas (@EricBalchunas) October 21, 2021
RECORD BREAKER: BITO assets up to $1.1b after today, making it the fastest ETF to get to $1b (2 days) breaking [gold’s] 18 [year] old record (3 days), which is poetically apropos.
Two Sources Say Valkyrie Bitcoin Strategy ETF Set to Launch Friday
Balchunas is one source that has said that the Valkyrie Bitcoin Strategy ETF is set to launch this week. In addition to statements from Balchunas, crypto reporter Danny Nelson confirmed with a Valkyrie spokesperson that the fund will begin trading on Friday after it “cleared the final regulatory hurdles.” Bloomberg’s senior ETF analyst also explained the news on Twitter.
“Just got word Valkyrie is changing the ticker back to BTF 🙁 SEC prob wasn’t a fan of BTFD. Also odds [are] growing they will launch tomorrow. Not final yet [though],” Balchunas said.
Then he corrected his tweet and noted that the Valkyrie ETF would list on Friday. “I had said this was launching [tomorrow] it’s actually going to be on Friday. Sorry about that,” the analyst further detailed.
The Valkyrie fund will leverage the ticker symbol “BTF” but there was talk about the company adopting the ticker “BTFD.” Unlike Proshares and Vaneck, the Valkyrie ETF will list on Nasdaq rather than the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
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