As July wraps up, we look back at the past month. Here’s what you may have missed in our world while the Bitcoin bulls were making their return:
One of our XBT Provider ETPs was recognized at the Global ETF Awards as the Most Innovative Hybrid Product in Europe:
Coincidentally, this happened right around the SEC rejection of a proposed rule change that would have allowed an exchange to list a Bitcoin ETF in the US:
While the SEC rejection wasn’t awesome news, there was a silver lining. Props to Commissioner Peirce for questioning the rationale (and underlying implications) behind the decision in a public dissent:
Founder; Chief strategy officer, Athena Captial; CoinShares, 31 E-mail Tweet Facebook Linkedin Demirors was previously…
That was pretty cool… But we thought her post on Tezos, fiduciary responsibility and token holder activism was way cooler:
The Tezos Experiment
Examining fiduciary responsibility, token holder activism, and the balance of power in self-amending protocols
All in all, July wasn’t too bad. Let’s see what you’ve got in store for us, August.
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