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Chase

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Bitcoin ETFs
« on: February 11, 2017, 03:07:51 PM »

The entire cryptocurrency and investment world is waiting to see if Bitcoin ETFs get approved, and typical of the over the top world we live in today, there are even websites where you can wager a bet on it. No one knows for sure what the SEC will do, but the Investment banking and asset management firm Needham & Company, gives it only a 25% chance of being successful.


Needham’s Insights Into Factors Affecting SEC’s Decision on Bitcoin ETFs

https://news.bitcoin.com/needham-insights-factors-sec-bitcoin-etf/

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Re: Bitcoin ETFs
« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2017, 08:10:53 PM »

The entire cryptocurrency and investment world is waiting to see if Bitcoin ETFs get approved, and typical of the over the top world we live in today, there are even websites where you can wager a bet on it. No one knows for sure what the SEC will do, but the Investment banking and asset management firm Needham & Company, gives it only a 25% chance of being successful.


Needham’s Insights Into Factors Affecting SEC’s Decision on Bitcoin ETFs

https://news.bitcoin.com/needham-insights-factors-sec-bitcoin-etf/

I will never say "never" but this may be too early for SEC to feel comfortable in granting approval to a Bitcoin ETF. I would give it a 10% change of that happening.

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Re: Bitcoin ETFs
« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2017, 01:37:09 PM »
I want to buy bitcoin.

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Re: Bitcoin ETFs
« Reply #3 on: September 28, 2017, 03:41:34 AM »
I want to buy bitcoin.
I am glad that you see bitcoin as a currency worth your while. Anyway, if you want to have bitcoins, you may first want to open a bitcoin wallet. The easiest way for you to get them is through purchase but with its price, it is quite out of the budget. If you want, you can still get them through bitcoin faucet sites that would ask you for simple tasks and then you would be able to receive your reward directly to your bitcoin wallet.
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