If you’re excited about the idea of investing in a bitcoin-tracking exchange-traded fund, you’ll have to wait a bit longer to learn if you can—again.
The Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday designated March 11 as the date by which it would either approve or disapprove the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust ETF, which would be the first to exclusively track the digital currency.
A decision would represent the end of a multiyear campaign to bring a bitcoin ETF to market. Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, who run Winklevoss Capital, first announced plans for one in 2013; the pair also run both WinkDex, a bitcoin price index, and Gemini, a bitcoin custodian and exchange.
Winklevoss Capital didn’t immediately return requests for a comment.