CoinField Exchange to be Set up

CoinField cryptocurrency exchange for Canadians will be officially launched on February 15, 2018, enabling BTC, XRP, ETH, LTC, DASH and BCH trading
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CoinField aims to make the largest portfolio of coins available to Canadians. The users will be able to trade in the top 6 coins: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, Dash and Bitcoin Cash. CoinField will develop an advanced and flexible technology enabling new coins to be added to the platform every few weeks.

The launch of CoinField Exchange is scheduled for February 15, 2018.

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CoinField Features:

  • Instant verification through Equifax
  • Cold Wallet Storage
  • 24/7 Support
  • Multi-Layer technology secured by BitGo
  • Advanced algorithms to detect and flag any suspicious activity on the account
  • Transparency
  • Real time orderbooks, trade history, charting tools
  • Canadian owned company

The list of coins which will be added to CoinField Exchange you can find among the coins and tokens listing on the exchanges on February 15.

SEC to Start VanEck-SolidX BTC-ETF Consideration

Starting today, the 45-day countdown to the SEC initial decision was launched
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For the first time since August of last year, two proposals on the creation of a Bitcoin-ETF are under consideration by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

The application of VanEck and SolidX, issued in cooperation with the Cboe BZX exchange, as expected, was included in the Federal Register issue this Wednesday, with which the 45-day countdown to the SEC initial decision was launched. The application of Bitwise Asset Management and NYSE Arca was published last week.

I … hope that our investment in regulatory and market education, hard work and commitment will be honored when the time comes.
 

Gabor Gurbacs

Director of digital asset strategy, VanEck

The head of Bitwise’s research department, Matt Hogan, believes that not only firms that have submitted bids to create Bitcoin-ETFs are looking for approvals, but and the entire “extremely fast-growing” crypto industry.

A year ago there was maybe one qualified crypto custodian … and now there are half-a-dozen, and that number will go up from here. A little more than year ago, we didn’t have futures. A year ago we didn’t have nearly as many firms making markets. A few months ago, you didn’t have folks like Fidelity announced in the space. It’s evolving really, really quickly.
 

Matt Hougan

Global head of research, Bitwise

 As reported, ultimately, however, a bitcoin ETF approval will depend on how companies approach their proposals.