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Ethereum ETF Market Heats Up with Amended Filings and Fee Disclosures

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The competitors that applied for the Ethereum exchange-traded fund (ETF) market submitted their amendment to registration statements the previous week, thereby revealing crucial information about the seed money along with the fees. These files before the start of trading need the clearance of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Fee Plans and Competitive Pricing

On Friday afternoon, well-known brands like BlackRock, VanEck, Franklin Templeton, Grayscale Investments, Invesco Galaxy, and 21Shares turned in their revised filings. Franklin Templeton and VanEck especially revealed their fees: 0.19% and 0.20%, respectively. Senior Bloomberg ETF analyst Eric Balchunas pointed out that these costs are competitive and said, “VanEck is in and so is their charge, which will be 0.20%, which is pretty darn cheap, right around Franklin’s 0.19%.” This competitive pricing strains other companies, like BlackRock, to maintain low prices.

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Seed Funding and Market Forecast

The filings also included seed investments; the sponsor of the 21Shares Core Ethereum ETF, 21Shares US LLC, made a sizeable $340,739 seed investment. Franklin Templeton and Invesco Galaxy both revealed $100,000 starter investments each. These purchases highlight the companies’ dedication and faith in the Ethereum ETF space.

Last month the SEC authorized 19b-4 forms for eight Ethereum ETFs; issuers still need to get their S-1s, often known as S-3s, effective before trading can begin. The SEC earlier in the year authorized five spot bitcoin ETFs with fees ranging between 0.21% and 0.39%.

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Balchunas sees a major turning point in the crypto investing scene when these Ethereum ETFs open by July 2.

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