The Chicago Board Options Exchange (Cboe) has resubmitted its applications for spot bitcoin ETFs with slight amendments regarding its surveillance-sharing agreement with Coinbase. The amendments reflect language already included in filings by rival exchange Nasdaq, which plans to list spot bitcoin ETFs for BlackRock and Valkyrie. Cboe has reached an agreement with Coinbase to enter into a surveillance-sharing agreement. This development comes after BlackRock, a major investment company, entered the race to launch a spot bitcoin ETF, prompting other issuers to renew their efforts. Neither Cboe nor Coinbase have provided immediate comments on the matter.

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