Following within the footsteps of VanEck earlier this month, Knowledge Tree has filed an utility for an Ether (ETH) exchange-traded fund submitted to the USA Securities and Alternate Fee.

In line with filings dated May 27, the ETF’s shares can be listed on the Chicago Board Choices Alternate’s BZX Alternate.


On Might 7, rival ETF issuer, VanEck, additionally filed an utility for an Ether ETF to be traded on the identical trade.

Knowledge Tree’s utility comes because the SEC has begun its formal review of Bitcoin (BTC) ETF applications submitted by Constancy and SkyBridge respectively. The submitting is much from Knowledge Tree’s first rodeo, with the issuer having filed numerous applications for Bitcoin ETFs lately.

Whereas U.S.-based traders usually are not but in a position to entry an Ether ETF, three Ether funds were approved by monetary regulators in Canada on April 17.

The funds launched with a bang final month, with Galaxy Digital’s Ether ETF comprising the Eleventh-most traded asset on the Toronto Inventory Alternate after its first day of buying and selling, whereas the Objective Ether ETF ranked twentieth.

Senior ETF analyst at Bloomberg Eric Balchunas commented, “Sht is gonna get loopy once they approve this stuff within the US.”

Regardless of the dearth of an Ether ETF in the USA, U.S. institutional appetites for ETH seem like rising, with inflows to Ethereum investment products outpacing these to BTC merchandise earlier this month.

Shares in Grayscale’s Ethereum Belief have additionally not too long ago spiked to commerce at a double-digit premium over the spot value of its underlying asset, whereas shares within the agency’s Bitcoin Belief have traded at a reduction since March.