Articles tagged "Grayscale"
Grayscale Investments is suing the SEC to get its ETF approved but bitcoin's swoon means 'public sympathy' may swing in favor of the regulator, a rules lawyer says
The 'hard-pressed' Stamford, Conn., crypto fund manager calls the SEC's rebuff 'capricous' but with cryptocurrencies in freefall, the SEC can say I told you so -- even if its logic is inconsistent and questionable.
July 1, 2022 at 7:06 PM
RIABiz Skinny: Vanguard purges a last vestige of crypto from its platform • Onramp raises cash lifeline after CEO kerfuffle • Max Schatzow questions whether Cathie Wood gets SEC hall pass • Schwab shares correct on earnings then get re-walloped 'sorting'
Malvern, Pa. giant does opposite of hedge crypto • Onramp lives on despite Tyrone Ross off ramp • RIA blogger sees SEC double standard • Schwab's revenues and 'sorting' have Wall Street out of sorts.
April 23, 2022 at 1:44 AM
Grayscale CEO's threatened lawsuit against the SEC, in case it rejects his firm's spot-Bitcoin ETF application, may be loaded with merit, especially if feds are withholding permission 'out of fear'
Michael Sonnenshein says the Securities and Exchange Commission isn't doing its job by letting investor cash languish in Grayscale Bitcoin Trust when an ETF is measureably better.