A Bloomberg analyst claims the SEC’s main page is missing the BlackRock Bitcoin ETF delay document
In a notable departure from all other filings, the SEC kept BlackRock’s Bitcoin Spot ETF delay file separate.
It seems that one of the Bitcoin spot ETF applications that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has postponed a judgment on is absent from the other ETFs part of its website.
According to a tweet by Bloomberg analyst James Seyffart, only BlackRock’s application was left off the website where the delay notices were initially released after the SEC postponed all Bitcoin spot ETF applications last night. He found it “a little strange” that BlackRock’s delay letter wasn’t posted where the other six letters were, instead being posted in a different section of the site.
Seyffart noted that, although the SEC had delayed BlackRock’s BTC ETF registration as anticipated, he considered it odd that his letter had not been published among the others.
All applications for spot Bitcoin ETFs were delayed by the SEC yesterday, with BlackRock’s application being the last to be considered. There are other places on the SEC’s website where you may see documents suggesting that BlackRock’s application has been delayed, but it’s important to remember that they aren’t compiled with the rest of the ETF applications.