The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) this week approved plans for public comment which would make it easier for investment companies to bring new exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to market. Could these new rules enable the creation of more blockchain-based ETFs? The SEC’s proposed changes would remove the need for many ETFs to seek special permission from the SEC and is targeted towards what the industry describes as “plain vanilla” ETFs. The proposal met with
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