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Today NYSE filed for a Bitwise Bitcoin ETF! It would hold actual BTC, *not* futures. There’s already a separate BTC futures-based Bitwise ETF filing. But actual BTC is better. And we believe it’s finally possible. We’re sharing 100+ pages of analysis on why. -Thread—

Today NYSE filed for a Bitwise Bitcoin ETF! It would hold actual BTC, *not* futures. There’s already a separate BTC futures-based Bitwise ETF filing. But actual BTC is better. And we believe it’s finally possible. We’re sharing 100+ pages of analysis on why. -Thread—



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  1. If companies held this on their balance sheet, would they have to use the lowest price valuation from that reporting period? Or could they just use the price at the end of the period?

  2. How will we know if they’re holding any Bitcoin at all?

    We won’t. We’ll just have to trust Wall St. criminals, again.

    Well, I’m never going to trust them again.

    Individuals should **buy actual Bitcoins** (not alt-coins, GBTC, ETFs, paypal, robinhood, etc), then send their Bitcoins to their own (hardware) wallets.

    “*Not your keys, not your Bitcoins*.” — Antonopoulos

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