News - Bitcoin Spot ETFs coming soon to Hong Kong?

By Mike Hesp

Bitcoin Spot ETFs coming soon to Hong Kong?

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The historic adoption of Bitcoin Spot ETFs in the U.S. is sparking interest in Hong Kong. Here's what China's special economic zone is up to.

Hong Kong plans to introduce the first Bitcoin Spot ETFs to be introduced. This reports CryptoSlate, which quotes Chinese news reports.

The ETFs are intended to provide a regulated platform for digital assets and enable benefits such as promoting orderly markets, protecting investors and connecting digital platforms with traditional financial institutions, it said.

According to Gary Tiu, the head of regulation at crypto exchange OSL, between five and 10 fund companies are in talks with the regulator.

The crypto industry has "rapidly developed and expanded into the mainstream financial sector in recent years," the regulators said in a press release.

The authorities also want to give private investors access to ETF's.

So the country's financial regulators are significantly liberalizing their stance on cryptocurrencies.

Previously, the special economic zone focused mainly on institutional investors. Private investors have only been allowed since June 2023 participating in the crypto market.

The launch of Bitcoin Spot ETFs in the US has been a great success so far. But due to the ongoing sale of GBTC shares the Bitcoin price could fall even further.

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