Does the ETH ETF ‘fee war’ even matter to investors?

With US spot ether ETFs expected to launch very soon, a missing detail in several of the proposals remains the fee they will charge to investors. 

Those are likely to be listed on the final registration statements, or S-1s — submitted after the Securities and Exchange Commission says it is ready to allow them to begin trading. This could be as soon as this week, people familiar with the filings have told Blockworks. 

While price is typically an important fund feature in the competitive ETF arena, being the cheapest is not a guarantee to winning an asset race in any category.

Crypto ETF pundits and media outlets (Blockworks included) talked about the so-called “fee war” in January…

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