In value terms, the portfolio has soared to $3.37 billion from $2.77 billion, at prevailing market prices.
The Redditor commented:
For good measure, 60k bitcoins in last 100 days is about 33-34% of all newly minted bitcoins in that period, give or take. And Grayscale is just one of the many ETF’s that people who don’t want to fiddle with private keys etc, can use to acquire bitcoin, albeit the largest one.
Grayscale operates ten cryptocurrency investment products focused on institutional investors. It currently has more than $3.7 billion worth of digital assets under management. Funds cover ethereum, bitcoin cash (BCH), zcash, XRP, and more.
The digital asset manager allows institutional investors to gain exposure to assets such as BTC or ETH, but without actually owning any coins. This means each Grayscale fund has to hold large amounts of specific coins in its portfolio.
Grayscale’s aggressive crypto purchases have recently been spotlighted around ethereum. At the end of April, it had bought about 50% of all newly mined ETH since the beginning of this year. It now holds the equivalent of 1.1% of ETH in circulation.
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