Cboe has refiled five spot bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) proposals with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) after the SEC requested more information. The Wall Street Journal had previously reported that the initial filings were “inadequate,” causing a temporary loss of faith in cryptocurrency. However, the report clarified that the SEC only wanted updated language and detail and had not made any decisions on the merits of the applications. The updated filings included language about a surveillance-sharing agreement and access to data on spot bitcoin trades occurring on Coinbase. Fidelity also filed for its spot bitcoin ETF the day before. The article also mentions upcoming events and provides information on other news topics and resources related to cryptocurrencies.

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