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In New Letter, SEC Has 5 Questions For Anyone Who Thinks They’re Going To Launch A Bitcoin ETF

Obviously, none of those things (especially the last one) are any semblance of important and if the SEC was really interested in being on the cutting edge of the digital-coin-based pyramid scheme revolution, they'd have dropped the whole benign paternalism bullshit when the Winklevoss twins came knocking last year.

Obviously, none of those things (especially the last one) are any semblance of important and if the SEC was really interested in being on the cutting edge of the digital-coin-based pyramid scheme revolution, they'd have dropped the whole benign paternalism bullshit when the Winklevoss twins came knocking last year.
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1 comment on “In New Letter, SEC Has 5 Questions For Anyone Who Thinks They’re Going To Launch A Bitcoin ETF

  1. But, seriously, if they allow BDC’s and CEF’s that are basically laundry machines designed to drain investor principal over time – what’s the difference? Just a matter of time – lose it quick or lose it slow.

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