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Ethereum ETF trading on the horizon as US SEC requires submission of S-1 forms by today

United States SEC Chief Gary Gensler Mandates Ethereum ETF Issuers to Submit Amended S-1 Forms

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is making waves in the crypto space as it mandates prospective Ethereum Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) issuers to submit their amended S-1 forms by today. This move signals a sooner-than-expected market debut for the newly approved spot Ethereum ETFs and a potential influx of institutional capital into the crypto market.

Earlier this year, the SEC approved the 19b-4 forms for Ethereum ETFs, marking a historic shift in the agency’s stance on approving such products in the country. Now, the regulatory body is moving forward with the approval process by requesting draft S-1 filings from potential issuers.

The approval of spot Ethereum ETFs follows the earlier approval of spot Bitcoin ETFs in January. The SEC approved 11 spot bitcoin ETFs at once, with Blackrock’s IBIT leading the pack with over $20 billion worth of assets.

Analysts are closely watching the approval process for Ethereum ETFs, with some predicting a potential market debut before November. The approval of these ETFs is seen as a significant step towards mainstream adoption of cryptocurrencies and could potentially drive up the price of Ethereum, benefiting the entire crypto market.

Overall, the approval of Ethereum ETFs by the SEC is a positive development for the crypto industry and could pave the way for more institutional investors to enter the market. Stay tuned for more updates on this evolving story.

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