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Bitcoin Industry Equity

Investors can gain exposure to Bitcoin via Bitcoin spot funds,... Investors can gain exposure to Bitcoin via Bitcoin spot funds, Bitcoin futures funds, and Bitcoin industry equity funds. Bitcoin industry equity funds invest the majority of their assets in equities of companies that offer indirect exposure to Bitcoin. They can cover companies in the wider Bitcoin ecosystem. For example, a fund may have exposure to firms that mine Bitcoin, run exchanges that allow investors to buy and sell Bitcoin, hold Bitcoin (i.e. custodians), trade Bitcoin, and facilitate the payment process of Bitcoin for consumers and businesses alike. Investors purchase these funds as a wider play on the price and success of Bitcoin. Typically, they focus on Bitcoin (as opposed to other cryptocurrencies) because it is the most-established cryptocurrency. One advantage to having exposure to the wider Bitcoin ecosystem rather than the coin itself is the potential for solid returns with less volatility.
On the other hand, there is the possibility that a concentrated investment in Bitcoin spot or Bitcoin futures fund may ultimately deliver higher returns (depending on when an investor makes their purchases).
The Bitcoin industry is still quite young, and there are lingering questions about the long-term viability of Bitcoin as an asset. As a result, these funds are only appropriate for very aggressive investors. Last Updated: 02/26/2024 View more View less

Investors can gain exposure to Bitcoin via Bitcoin spot funds, Bitcoin futures funds, and Bitcoin industry equity funds. Bitcoin industry equity funds invest the majority of their assets in... Investors can gain exposure to Bitcoin via Bitcoin spot funds, Bitcoin futures funds, and Bitcoin industry equity funds. Bitcoin industry equity funds invest the majority of their assets in equities of companies that offer indirect exposure to Bitcoin. They can cover companies in the wider Bitcoin ecosystem. For example, a fund may have exposure to firms that mine Bitcoin, run exchanges that allow investors to buy and sell Bitcoin, hold Bitcoin (i.e. custodians), trade Bitcoin, and facilitate the payment process of Bitcoin for consumers and businesses alike. Investors purchase these funds as a wider play on the price and success of Bitcoin. Typically, they focus on Bitcoin (as opposed to other cryptocurrencies) because it is the most-established cryptocurrency. One advantage to having exposure to the wider Bitcoin ecosystem rather than the coin itself is the potential for solid returns with less volatility.
On the other hand, there is the possibility that a concentrated investment in Bitcoin spot or Bitcoin futures fund may ultimately deliver higher returns (depending on when an investor makes their purchases).
The Bitcoin industry is still quite young, and there are lingering questions about the long-term viability of Bitcoin as an asset. As a result, these funds are only appropriate for very aggressive investors. Last Updated: 02/26/2024 View more View less

Overview

Returns

Income

Allocations

Fees

About

Security Type
Management Style
Share Class Type
Share Class Account
As of 2/23/24

$74.97

+0.79%

$1.26 B

0.00%

$0.00

52.07%

-23.26%

8.59%

-

0.87%

$10.60

-3.20%

$74.14 M

1.65%

$0.18

107.96%

-

-

-

0.85%

Valkyrie Bitcoin Miners ETF

WGMI | Active ETF

$17.09

-4.47%

$13.75 M

0.00%

-

121.27%

-

-

-

0.75%

$33.02

-0.96%

$10.63 M

0.45%

$0.15

72.31%

-

-

-

0.30%

$12.93

-3.62%

$4.21 M

1.62%

$0.21

131.72%

-

-

-

0.61%

$18.29

-1.42%

$2.51 M

1.06%

$0.19

83.69%

-

-

-

0.61%

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