13 Bitcoin Spot ETFs Could Launch by March 2024: Here’s What Is Known So Far

In a significant development, a leading crypto analytics platform has released an in-depth report on the much-anticipated launch of Bitcoin spot ETFs, providing insights into the emerging landscape of financial innovation.

The report anticipates the introduction of 13 investment instruments into the ETF market by March 2024, marking a pivotal moment in the industry. The forefront is led by BlackRock (NYSE:BLK), a financial giant managing assets worth $9.4 trillion. Other prominent institutions such as Invesco Galaxy, Franklin Templeton, and Fidelity are also gearing up to unveil their spot ETFs, boasting substantial assets under management.

A notable contender in the race is a collaborative proposal from ARK Invest and 21 Shares. Regulatory responses for all applications are expected in early January, with the ARKB ETF from these two influential investment firms poised to enter the market as early as January 10.

The report from IntoTheBlock suggests a potential regulatory strategy by the SEC, drawing parallels to the simultaneous approval of nine futures ETFs in October. The regulator may opt for a consolidated approval approach, streamlining the review process for multiple applications within a specified timeframe. As the countdown to March 2024 progresses, recent discussions between the SEC and asset managers, as reported by [source], indicate a focus on crucial technical details. This development is seen as an encouraging sign that the regulatory agency may soon grant approval for these transformative financial products.