SEC Shuts Down Winklevoss’ Bitcoin ETF for the Second Time

Why the NYDFS regulations will be the next catalyst to bring us to the moon.

There has been a lot of speculation regarding this current rise in price, and what will happen next. We -should- see a slow rise in price for the next few weeks, until we have some news that sends things parabolic.
Lawsky will have regulations out by the end of the second quarter (as stated here multiple times):
A lot of people on here don't understand how much of this works...
Yes, there will be your exchanges like Buttercoin, Circle and others that pop up for regular day to day users once regulations are released. These have already started to launch and accept limited users and don't necessarily have to wait for the NYDFS regulations before starting up. Lawsky has clearly stated that these types of "exchanges" can apply for their bitlicense, even before there is an actual application (all at the above link).
BUT... there are also an entirely different side to the "exchange" argument. In the traditional finance world (and soon to be in Bitcoin world), there are other exchanges that work behind the scenes as liquidity providers, or exchanges that exchanges/hft/wall street will connect into. An example of this is:
What is an ATS?
These will not go into operation until NYDFS has CLEARLY laid out the regulations in this area. Bitcoin is a new technology which clearly creates controversy, the last thing a company would want to do is put their business at risk by running full steam ahead into an unregulated space.
Many big banks and other exchanges will connect into ATS (and similar) exchanges, and we can already see that there are many instances of banks hiring and implementing Bitcoin:
Putting all of these pieces together, I think it is pretty clear what the next steps for BTC are. Couple all of this with the Winklevoss and SecondMarkey ETFs coming online, and I think we are going to see a really interesting summer:
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SEC rejects Winklevoss bitcoin ETF proposal for the second time

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