SEC ETF Overview

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is an agency of the U.S. federal government. It enforces the federal securities laws as well as regulates the securities industry (e.g., stock and option exchanges) in the U.S., including the creation, responsibilities and limitations of exchange-traded funds.

Bitcoin & Crypto

Current Bitcoin ETF Filing Updates

These bitcoin ETFs are primed to come to market if the SEC gives the go-ahead.

Bitcoin & Crypto

ETFs Adding Bitcoin Futures To Allocations

Issuers are using bitcoin futures in cross-asset strategies while SEC stonewalls crypto exposure in ETFs.

Bitcoin & Crypto

SEC Denies 2 More Spot Bitcoin ETFs

Valkyrie and Kryptoin are the latest to be denied.

Bitcoin & Crypto

WisdomTree’s Next Bitcoin ETF Bid Filed

The issuer tweaked its application for a spot bitcoin product with more investor protections.

Bitcoin & Crypto

SEC Blocks WisdomTree Spot Bitcoin ETF

Another week, another failed spot bitcoin application.

Bitcoin & Crypto

Kelly Files For ETH Futures ETF

It’s the sole ethereum ETF filing active today.

Bitcoin & Crypto

SEC Denies VanEck’s Spot Bitcoin ETF

Regulators still wary of letting the biggest cryptocurrency underlie an ETF.

Features and News

SEC Fines 'USO' Issuer $2.5M

Regulators say USO’s operators misled investors on its futures-buying abilities.

Bitcoin & Crypto

SEC Halts Geared Bitcoin ETF Filings

Two bids to start funds with more exposure to BTC futures hit a regulatory wall.