PFoinbase explores Bitcoin ETF with help from Blackrock
Coinbase is looking to create an exchange-traded product tied to crypto, na roto i te mau taata i matau maitai i te reira, as a way to allow retail investors to gain access to the volatile market. In recent weeks the firm has held conversations with members of BlackRock’s blockchain working group to tap into the firm’s expertise with launching exchange-traded products.
Coinbase had announced an index fund, 6 months ago, of cryptocurrencies aimed at accredited investors. An ETF, Tera ra, is geared towards more mainstream investors. If Coinbase were to develop a crypto ETF, it would join a number of other firms also looking to launch their own, including rival Gemini, Bitwise Asset Management, and VanEck.
Chinese city uses blockchain to track the movements of convicts on parole
Convicts on parole in the southern Chinese city of Zhongshan can now find themselves being tracked over a blockchain network. The justice department of Zhongshan says it has launched a blockchain-based system to monitor the movements of ex-prisoners to improve the quality of so-called “community correction.”
Parolees are required to check in and complete daily duties thereby providing up-to-date data on each convict’s movements, no reira, te mau rave ohipa faatitiaifaroraa a te taata e mau ture vai mau pupu tauturu o te horoahia mai roto atu i te natiraa o te tia ia i te ite i te hoe convict ’ s vairaa i te mau taime atoa, e no reira e nehenehe e rave i titauhia i te mau ravea mai te mea e o te ofati i te hoe mai roto mai i te ohipa i titauhia. Te tuhaa faatere no te parau-tia i te parau e, e nehenehe i te reira e faaiti i te hopoia no te rima e e ratou i te titauhia i te pae tino pee i parolees haapapuraa ratou e haapaoraa i te mau ture e te raveraa i te ohipa e te mau ravea api.
Ua farii te mau taime rahi i te Bitcoin no te IPO
The cannabis publication High Times is accepting cryptocurrency for its ongoing initial public offering (IPO). High Times representative Jon Cappetta confirmed that the company is accepting Bitcoin as a payment option. Cappetta said that a regulatory filing (indicating otherwise) was made “to make the SEC happy.”
It’s worth noting that Fund America is being used to instantly convert the crypto into US dollars. High Times’ IPO itself is going well, Cappetta said, and the company is looking at a direct listing as a result. “The Regulation A [fundraising] is going to close on the 12th of this month, and then from there we will begin the listing process” Ua parau oia.
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