Crypto News: Ahead of the July 2023 meeting of the US Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), Bitcoin’s price is firmly in the $30,000 support zone. In recent weeks, the crypto market has been driven by bullish forces following the massive filings for spot Bitcoin ETFs with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The landmark Summary Judgment in the Ripple Vs SEC lawsuit, along with a market favorable FOMC interest rate decision, is expected to boost bullish sentiment in the coming weeks.

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Meanwhile, the federal regulatory agency opened up an opportunity for investors, traders and the general public to voice their opinions on the Bitcoin ETF applications submitted through the Cboe exchange. The SEC noted that the comments would be posted on the regulator’s website.

US SEC invites public comment on Bitcoin ETF filings

The regulator invited comments on filings from Wise Origin Bitcoin Trust, WisdomTree Bitcoin Trust, VanEck Bitcoin Trust, and Invesco Galaxy Bitcoin ETF. The SEC said on its website:

“We encourage the public to comment on the Cboe BZX Exchange, Inc. filings during the response period. We strongly recommend that you submit your comments electronically.”

Comments can be submitted for up to three weeks.

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