Cathie Wood’s ARK Invest amended its filing to include a similar surveillance-sharing arrangement to BlackRock (BLK) for a bitcoin spot exchange-traded funds (ETF).

According to ARK’s amended 19b-4 submission, the agreement would be made between Cboe BZX Exchange on which the ETF will be listed and a U.S. based spot BTC Trading Platform.

Surveillance agreements include the sharing of information regarding market trading, clearing activities and customer identification in order to prevent market manipulation.

The SEC rejected dozens of applications that included the agreement.

According to Bloomberg ETF analyst Eric Balchunas, ARK’s application is now in pole position for approval first because it was filed before BlackRock’s.

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