BlackRock spot Bitcoin ETF filing names Coinbase as ‘surveillance-sharing’ partner © Reuters.

The most recent filing involving asset manager BlackRock’s attempt to launch a spot exchange-traded fund (ETF) included a “surveillance-sharing agreement” with cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase (NASDAQ:).

According to a June 29 filing with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Nasdaq stock exchange refiled for a proposed rule change allowing the listing of BlackRock’s Bitcoin (BTC) ETF. The filing included details of a June 8 agreement between the Nasdaq and Coinbase “intended to supplement the exchange’s market surveillance program” and provide access to data on spot BTC trades.

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