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Could Eric Balchunas and James Seyffart, Who Announced Ethereum Spot ETF Good News, Have Been Hacked? They Released a Statement

Bloomberg's two experienced ETF analysts, Eric Balchunas and James Seyffart, broke the Ethereum Spot ETF news, or was it hacked? Here are the details.

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Two Bloomberg analysts, who shared that the approval possibilities of Ethereum Spot ETF applications, which made a big impact in the cryptocurrency market, were strengthened, had to publish a statement.

This positive news, which deeply affected the market, was approached with caution due to the previous experiences of the cryptocurrency market. However, two analysts stated in their statement published on X that their accounts were not hacked. James Seyffart, one of the analysts who shared that Ethereum Spot ETFs could be approved, announced that neither he nor fellow analyst Eric Balchunas were hacked.

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He stated that the development was also confirmed by another cryptocurrency journalist, Eleanor Terrett.

In her statement, Eleanor Terrett said that a representative of one of the applicant companies contacted her and that things were “changing in real time” within the busy agenda. So, it was confirmed by Terrett that there has been some change in the SEC's stance regarding these Spot ETFs.

*This is not investment advice.

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