Two months after filing VanEck’s BitcoinETF, CBOE has submitted another application — one proposed by Fidelity — to the SEC.
The Chicago Board Options Exchange, or CBOE, has filed Fidelity’s Wise Origin Bitcoin (BTC) exchange-traded fund with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.
CBOE filed a Form 19b-4 on Monday seeking to list Fidelity's Wise Origin Bitcoin Trust Bitcoin ETF that was initially submitted to the SEC by the $4.9 trillion asset manager back in March.
Monday’s Form 19b-4 which puts CBOE as the exchange partner for Fidelity’s Bitcoin ETF filing has triggered the SEC approval process.
The Commission’s first response window will close in 45 days upon which the SEC will elect to extend or reject the application altogether.