According to local publication Australian Financial Review, citing Australia’s main clearing house ASX Clear, four ETF issuers have agreed to cover margin requirements for listing such investment products. The first ETF with direct investments in Cryptocurrencies will be launched by 21Shares, a Swiss company.
Central banks in Malaysia, Australia, Singapore and South Africa are considering options for creating a single platform for regulated token transactions (CBDC). It could be used primarily for cross-border payments.
According to the company’s report, during the fourth quarter of last year through Block Cash App Bitcoins were sold for $1.92 billion, and profit from commissions from the sale of BTC amounted to $46 million. Recall that in Q3 bitcoin sales amounted to $1.82 billion, and profit – $42 million.