Google’s latest update on the ETF comes at the end of the year, so it’s not the first time it’s updated its guidance.
However, this time, the company’s chief executive, Larry Page, has been more specific about what’s to come for the fund.
The company’s announcement of the date for the ETF was accompanied by a slide deck, which contained the following: “We have announced that we are releasing a new ETF called the Bitcoin ETF.
It will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on March 2, 2020.
We are also announcing the date of the next Bitcoin ETF and the launch of the second Bitcoin ETF.”
This is the same day the company said it was making the announcement of an ETF, which will be traded on the NASDAQ, as well as the date that the ETF will go live on the NYSE.
The NYSE’s IPO window closes on January 12, 2021, but it will likely be much shorter.
It may not be long before the ETF is trading on a broader platform, such as a futures exchange or a bitcoin exchange.
Google’s statement on the new Bitcoin ETF was also accompanied by an image that featured a map of the world and a list of countries with high-risk assets.
The map showed a red and blue line, which represented countries with very high levels of global volatility and the red and green lines were represented by countries with relatively low levels of volatility.
The red line was represented by Australia, where the stock market is booming.
Australia, which is also a major investor in cryptocurrencies, is expected to be a major beneficiary of the new ETF, as its share price has jumped over 500% in the past year, which has pushed up the value of the country’s bitcoin.
The ETF’s launch is expected shortly after the launch date of its second Bitcoin exchange, which Google said will begin listing on the Nasdaq in 2020.
Google CEO Larry Page is also the current chairman of the NASD, which provides financial services for the NASS, the Australian Securities and Investment Commission, and the Australian Financial Markets and Securities Authority.