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Bitcoin ETF Check, What’s Next For BTC Breaking News

The approval of a Bitcoin Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) in the U.S. has come true. Different actors in the crypto space have tried to receive the greenlight from that country’s regulator (SEC) for little less than a decade. Related Reading | Bitcoin ETF Receives Approval from SEC, Marking Historic Day for Crypto Major achievement for the crypto industry, there is a sensation of euphoria in the market with Bitcoin reaching a 24-hour high of around $63,000. There has been some retracement since that peak, but BTC’s price continues to trade north of $61,000, at the time of writing. Investment firm QCP Capital commented on the BTC ETF approval. As reported by NewsBTC, the investment products will track the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) Bitcoin futures. Thus, some have argued that it’ll be a poorly execute product to benefit Wall Street and institutions. QCP Capital said: The approval of a Bitcoin ETF is a positive development. Whatever the case may be, a progressive step from the regulator is good for Bitcoin and the cryptocurrency market at large. Opposite to the opinion of those against the Bitcoin ETF approval, QCP Capital believes this product will “sideline institutional” investors due to its characteristics. Thus, the U.S. retail sector could become the predominant player. Related Reading | Bitcoin “Supertrend” Begins As Buy Signals Stack On All Major Timeframes A BTC ETF based on CME futures will most likely trade at a premium related to Bitcoin’s spot price. Therefore, institutional investors could have little incentive to trade this investment product in step of simply buying CME contracts.  QCP Capital said: We are not sure if these futures-based ETFs will be able to draw enough new money to trigger an exponential move higher like the one we saw in Q4 2020. The market could experience a new inflow of capital, as expected from traders and operators, as investors move “out of Gold ETFs into Bitcoin”. It remains to be seen if this move will be able to sustain a rally. After The Bitcoin ETF, Is Ethereum Next In Line? In addition to the potential lack of sufficient flows to hold BTC’s current levels, operators seem to have price in the Bitcoin ETF approval, QCP Capital added. There have been rumors going around for the past two weeks with the SEC Chair himself Gary Gensler hinting at this positive possibility. This could contribute with a potential retracement and trigger a “buy the rumor, sell the news event”. In the future, QCP Capital expects an Ethereum ETF with similar characteristics to be approved as the CME offers ETH based products. The firm said: (…) this also means that until other coins have a futures contract, the US will only be limited to Bitcoin and Ethereum ETFs for the time being. Other variables might come in to play to change market dynamics: a growth in CME BTC futures trading volume, a focus on other crypto related issues, the firm said, the increase in Bitcoin based instruments to generate yield. However, one of the most important variables might be the potential decline in the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC). A favorite tool amongst institutions to gain BTC exposure, an ETF could render it obsolete. Thus, the crypto market could face some uncertainty. Related Reading | Bitcoin Returns To $60K, What’s Holding Off From New ATHs? As seen below, the GBTC has been trading at an important discount since March 2021. QCP Capital added the following: What could happen for GBTC in the future is a possible takeover and delisting. We are not sure what market impact this might have but it would be worth keeping an eye on what happens with the largest private Bitcoins treasury with 680,000 BTC.

William Shatner Fires Back After ‘Star Trek’ Castmate George Takei Disses Him Over His Trip to Space Breaking News

William Shatner is clapping back. Earlier this week, William‘s former Star Trek co-star George Takei made some disparaging comments about the actor’s recent trip to space with Blue Origin. “He’s boldly going where other people have gone before,” George said. “He’s a guinea pig, 90 years old and it’s important to find out what happens… […]

Home Goods Offering Online Shopping: Could It Boost TJX Shares? Breaking News

A leading home décor and furnishings retailer is upping its game with the rollout of online shopping. Could it boost revenue and the share price?

What Happened: HomeGoods, a store brand owned by TJX Companies Inc (NYSE: TJX), is a leader and well-known brand in the home décor and furnishings space.

The retail brand ended the second quarter with 846 stores. Customers who do not live near a Home Goods or regularly frequent the stores now have the opportunity to shop online.

HomeGoods launched its online store in late September, a move that generated positive media coverage from outlets like and USA Today.

“We are thrilled to bring a second way for our passionate shoppers to discover and shop an assortment they know and love,” HomeGoods President John Ricciuti said.

HomeGoods follows the company’s other brands Marshalls and

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The First Mission to the Trojan Asteroids on This Week @NASA – October 16, 2021 Videos

The first mission to the Trojan asteroids, a prelaunch milestone for our Artemis I mission, and highlighting a few of our NASA centers … a few of the stories to tell you about – This Week at NASA!Download Link:[email protected]%20%E2%80%93%20October%2016,%202021Producer: Andre Valentine Editor: Shane Apple Music: Universal Production Music

Space Aliens | 2 Full Episodes | Woody Woodpecker Videos

In their efforts to rid the world of space aliens, Splinter and Knothead unknowingly end up ruining Buzz's plans to rob the house.00:00 - S & K Files 06:46 - GoldiggerSubscribe to our channel: by Walter Lantz on the Universal Pictures lot in 1940, Woody Woodpecker is one of the most memorable cartoon characters in animation history.With his trademark laugh and wisecracking style, he made an immediate impact with movie goers.Woody Woodpecker cartoons first appeared on television in 1957 and "The Woody Woodpecker Show" has been broadcast in over 155 territories and 105 languages worldwide.Woody and his pals have entertained the world now for over 80 years. Forever pecking his way out of trouble, Woody has earned his status as a true Pop Culture Icon. He has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Walter Lantz won an honorary Oscar for Woody in 1979.In 2018 Universal Pictures International and Universal 1440 Entertainment produced ten brand New Woody Woodpecker cartoons, all available on YouTube. Once again, Woody and his pals were a hit with audiences and a further ten new adventures were released in 2020.Find out more about the history of Woody right here: #Winnie #WalterLantz #Cartoon

Trump Tells Republicans Not to Vote, Shatner Goes to Space: This Week’s News | The Tonight Show Videos

William Shatner rides Jeff Bezos’ phallic rocket to Space and Kim Jong-un is very proud of North Korea's weapons.The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Stream now on Peacock: NOW to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Watch The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Weeknights 11:35/10:35c Get more The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: JIMMY FALLON ON SOCIAL Follow Jimmy: Like Jimmy: Follow Jimmy: THE TONIGHT SHOW ON SOCIAL Follow The Tonight Show: Like The Tonight Show: Follow The Tonight Show: Tonight Show Tumblr: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon features hilarious highlights from the show, including comedy sketches, music parodies, celebrity interviews, ridiculous games, and, of course, Jimmy's Thank You Notes and hashtags! You'll also find behind the scenes videos and other great web exclusives. GET MORE NBC NBC YouTube: Like NBC: Follow NBC: NBC Instagram: NBC Tumblr: Trump Tells Republicans Not to Vote, Shatner Goes to Space: This Week’s News | The Tonight Show #JimmyFallon

NASA launches 1st space probe to study Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids Videos

NASA launched a first-of-its-kind mission on Saturday, Oct. 16 to study Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids— two large clusters of space rock that scientists believe are remnants of primordial material that formed our solar system’s outer planets.The space probe, dubbed Lucy, was packed inside a special cargo capsule carried by the Atlas V rocket from United Launch Alliance, a joint venture of Boeing and Lockheed Martin Corp.Lucy is on a 12-year expedition to study a record number of asteroids and will be the first to explore the Trojans, thousands of rocky objects orbiting the sun in two swarms – one ahead of the path of the giant gas planet Jupiter and one behind it.Scientists hope Lucy’s close-up fly-by of seven Trojans will yield new clues to how the solar system’s planets formed some 4.5 billion years agoFor more info, please go to Subscribe to Global News Channel HERE: Like Global News on Facebook HERE: Follow Global News on Twitter HERE: Follow Global News on Instagram HERE: #NASA #Space #GlobalNews

China’s Shenzhou-13 mission docks with Chinese space station Videos

China's Shenzhou-13 spacecraft carrying three Chinese astronauts docked at its space station on Saturday (16 October), kicking off a six-month stay as the country nears completion of the orbiting outpost.The spacecraft was launched by a Long March-2F rocket on Saturday morning, and docked with the Tianhe core module of the Tiangong space station approximately six and a half hours later.Read more: us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Instagram: to Independent Premium for exclusive content and live events:

NASA launches ‘Lucy’ space probe to find origins of solar system | DW News Videos

How do you make a solar system? NASA has launched a new mission to try and answer that question. "Lucy" lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The probe will spend the next 12 years studying asteroids near the planet Jupiter. The space rock is leftover debris from the formation of our solar system. It's hoped the close encounters will reveal clues about how we got here. One hour after take-off, Lucy is set to unfold its solar panels. Each one has a diameter of more than seven meters. The enormous size of these panels gives Lucy the energy needed to penetrate deeper into our solar system than any other previous space probe. Lucy is headed to Jupiter and the so-called Trojan asteroids that circle it. These celestial bodies are locked into Jupiter's orbit around the sun by the planet's intense gravity field. The Trojan asteroids are distributed in two separate, elongated regions situated ahead of and behind Jupiter. Images from the Hubble Space Telescope show that these asteroids might originate from different places in the solar system. They have different colors and reflect light differently. The asteroids appeared about 4.5 billion years ago. They are thought to have originated in the early days of the solar system’s formation. But the asteroids are still made up of their original matter, whereas the planets have continued to evolve over the years. The space probe Lucy is set to observe a total of seven asteroids. To achieve this, it must negotiate some complex flight maneuvers. First it will gain momentum by circling the earth twice, before it launches out into deep space. The journey will take until August, 2027. Once in deep space, Lucy will be able to observe the first four asteroids during a fly-by. Then it will set course for Earth, where it will once again gain momentum for a second journey to gather information on a different cluster of asteroids. The spacecraft is programed to observe the surface of these different worlds, searching for ice and substances that may have led to forms of life. Scientists hope it can them research the possible origins of matter. They're hoping this will shine new light on the early stages of our solar system.Subscribe: #TrojanAstroids #Jupiter For more news go to: Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: ►Twitter: ►Instagram: Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie:

Chinese astronauts arrive at space station Videos

China launches second crewed mission to build space station #News #Reuters #China #SpaceMission #AstronautsSubscribe: brings you the latest business, finance and breaking news video from around the globe. Our reputation for accuracy and impartiality is unparalleled.Get the latest news on: Follow Reuters on Facebook: Follow Reuters on Twitter: Follow Reuters on Instagram: