October 1, 2022

 

Valkyrie, a serial crypto investor, has declared that he would not invest in BTC straight up but is willing to invest about 75.5% of his assets after-tax deduction in corporations that do earn at least half of their income with the mining of BTC.

 Recently, Valkyrie has declared his interest to list BTC mining-related Exchanged Traded Funded in the stock market (Nasdaq) with the regulatory body of the United States in order to create a massive exposure to the economy.

 One of his statements in the filing read that up to 80% of the company’s assets will bring about a significant awareness to the corporations that have earned up to half from mining bitcoin but that have also acquired the systems and machines needed to mine BTC. He also stated in his filings that he would be investing close to twenty percent on the ETF’s assets after tax deductibility to the corporations that have a strong BTC portfolio. 

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 In 2021, After SEC granted permission to a closely related Exchange Traded Fund from Proshares, A significant feat for Valkyrie was the release of BTC Strategy ETF, which was an indirect awareness to Bitcoin, which got him insured (BTCUSD). In October 2021, dating when the article was released, shares and stocks in the market we’re experiencing downtime of about 39.5%

 SEC Might Extend Valkyrie’s Mining Approval

 The US still holds back from approving BTC ETF even though the Security Exchange commission had permitted the financial instruments related to BTC futures in 2021. It is observed that Valkyrie’s mining company has a close similarity with that of his competitor Vaneck in the Digital Mining of the Exchange Traded Fund, which he listed last year. The Security Exchange Commission has shared that they will either postpone the erring of their decision or give their verdict to Valkrie’s application on the 14th of February.

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 A lot of Cryptocurrency ETFs are yet to be endorsed by the US SEC as the regulatory body is still having a hard time making its decision on asset mining due to the risk of high volatility.

 Meanwhile, other regulatory authorities like the Canadian SEC have given consent to the Exchange Traded Funds with head-on vulnerability to Cryptocurrency. At a meeting held at the house, one of the House of Rep has disclosed that the USA government is undoubtedly dragging its feet and have had other nations beat them to the acceptance of Cryptocurrency Exchange Traded Funds.

 Brazil and Dubai are two other countries that have also followed suit in accepting the ETFs as the Brazilian filing to the regulatory authorities was given a go-ahead sometime in the month of March last year whilst the UAE BTC Exchange Traded Funds was accepted and released by the Canadian organization notable for financial management in the month of April, 2021.

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 Valkyrie will surely be super elated should The US regulatory body grant his application. This will set new frontiers for the serial crypto asset management company and the American crypto Community moving with the fast-paced Crypto ecosystem.


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