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ARK 21shares ETF BTC address

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ETF Institutions are buying BTC over the counter.. here’s an analogy..

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Interpreting Bitcoin ETF Trends: What Does It Mean for BTC's Price?

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Etf su Bitcoin da ora negoziabili in Italia/Europa

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Is it a good idea to buy bitcoin ETF for country outside of USA without capital gains tax?

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BTC SPOT ETF Day 1+ Day 2 Total Flow

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Amid a red day, here is some positive data after day 1 trading of BTC ETFs

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Best Bitcoin ETF Ticker Symbol

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

All 11 bitcoin ETF tickers, for tomorrow. GLTA!!!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Are you guys buying bitcoin ETFs?

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ARKB - The ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF advertising

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ARK ETF approved?

r/BitcoinSee Post

SEC Approves All 11 Spot Bitcoin ETFs

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TO THE MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOON

r/BitcoinSee Post

CBOE.com just prematurely announced ARK Bitcoin ETF will start trading tomorrow 👀

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SEC.gov website says ARK’s ETF is approved!!!!!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The ARK Bitcoin ETF is Now Live on the SEC Website with an Approval Date of Today.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

ETF Has been approved for ARK Invest!

r/BitcoinSee Post

📊 Bitcoin's MVRV Z-Score Trend: What Does It Signal Pre-Halving

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

ARK Invest dumps further 133,000 Coinbase shares as BTC ETF deadline looms

r/BitcoinSee Post

If Bitcoin ETF is approved, what companies other than Coinbase would be in the running crypto custodians?

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

Low and microcap gems to watch now that the bullrun has started, Pt. 2

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Low and microcap gems to watch now that the bullrun is here, Pt. 2.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Cathie Wood's ARK Invest Offloads $25M of Coinbase Shares

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UPDATE‼️! 9 Bitcoin ETF issuers have updated their applications today - which is the SEC's deadline for the first wave of Bitcoin ETF approvals... GLTA!!!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The news in the crypto market right now are as mixed and contradicting as the mood in the cryptocurrency subreddit.

r/BitcoinSee Post

Cathie Wood's ARK bought $92m worth of Bitcoin ETF shares in $BITO

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SEC confirms it met with multiple Bitcoin ETF issuers yesterday, including BlackRock, Valkyrie, ARK etc. SEC was clear: remove "in-kind" redemptions from filings. "Cash creates" only. SEC gave guidance that a Bitcoin ETF will likely be approved by Jan 10 - Fox Business... GLTA!!!

r/BitcoinSee Post

Can Bitcoin Hold $40,000 Key Level Support?

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Bitcoin next 90 days

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Cathie Wood's ARK Invest Sells $33M of Coinbase Shares, $5.9M of Grayscale Bitcoin Trust

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

POKT has raised $7.9M from Fidelity-affiliated Avon Ventures, Placeholder Capital connected with ARK Invest and Druid Ventures to advance DePIN toward mainstream adoption

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ETFs to invest in now before spot ETF approval?

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ARK, 21Shares update spot Bitcoin ETF application as next SEC deadline looms

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ARK, 21Shares update spot Bitcoin ETF application as next SEC deadline looms

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Question on how cycle trends work

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Diminishing returns will break?

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Starting on 10/23, ARK began unloading GBTC shares

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ARK invest and 21shares obtain CUSIP code for Bitcoin spot ETF

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It wasn't today, but it's only a matter of time...

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

SEC Chair Gary Gensler Standing in the Way of Bitcoin ETFs, Says ARK Invest’s Cathie Wood.

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SEC Chair Gary Gensler Standing in the Way of Bitcoin ETFs, Says ARK Invest’s Cathie Wood - The Daily Hodl

r/BitcoinSee Post

ARK’s amended spot Bitcoin ETF filing is a ‘good sign’ of future approval

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

ARK’s amended spot Bitcoin ETF filing is a ‘good sign’ of future approval

r/BitcoinSee Post

Isn't ARK filing updated version of its spot bitcoin ETF prospectus to SEC very bullish?

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ARK Invest updates spot Bitcoin ETF proposal in response to SEC criticisms

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The cycle is 86% complete

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I have $1000. Smash? Or DCA for $40 per week for 1 year?...

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10 years ago, while the BTC price was just $100, Joe Rogan mentioned Bitcoin for the first time on his podcast. Fascinating how early some could have been.

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When did you first hear about crypto, and most importantly, when did you buy any?

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Bitcoin price predictions: experts summary

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One of Ethereum’s Biggest Rivals Gearing Up To Outperform ETH, According to Former ARK Invest Crypto Analyst - The Daily Hodl

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SEC Begins Consideration of Franklin, Hashdex Crypto ETFs, Delays Decision on VanEck, ARK Ether ETFs

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SEC Begins Consideration of Franklin, Hashdex Crypto ETFs, Delays Decision on VanEck, ARK Ether ETFs

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ETH ETF delays and more news of this month [SERIOUS]

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SEC delays decision on ARK 21Shares Ethereum ETF

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SEC Delays ARK 21Shares Ethereum Spot ETF Decision

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

SEC Preemptively Postpones ARK Bitcoin Spot ETF Ruling

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SEC Postpones ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF Decision Until 2024

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SEC moves to delay decision on ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF into next year | The Block

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SEC moves to delay decision on ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF into next year

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SEC moves to delay decision on ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF into next year

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SEC Postpones ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF Decision Until 2024

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SEC moves to delay decision on ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF into next year

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SEC pushes deadline for ARK 21Shares spot Bitcoin ETF to January

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SEC pushes deadline for ARK 21Shares spot Bitcoin ETF to January

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

SEC moves to delay decision on ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF into next year

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

SEC Chair Gary Gensler could be the most oblivious BTC pumper we have seen yet.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Here’s a list of all the asset managers that have applied for a Bitcoin spot ETF

r/BitcoinSee Post

What is going to happen with the ARK Bitcoin ETF on 1/10/24?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Looking at facts, this might be the last good opportunity to buy Bitcoin and some Crypto before the game changes completely.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Persistent macro headwinds could delay Bitcoin bull market — ARK Invest

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More ETH ETF applications on the way, do they have a chance of approval - Cathie Wood's ARK Invest Is Trying To Launch An Ether ETF

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ARK Invest’s Cathie Wood Says Bitcoin and Artificial Intelligence About To Witness Explosive Growth – Here’s Why

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Venture Capitalist Who Predicted 2022 Crypto Market Bottom Expects 2,500% Rally For Solana

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Why An Ethereum Spot ETF Can Change Everything

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Cathie Wood's ARK Invest Files for First Spot Ethereum ETF

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Cathie Wood's ARK Invest Files for First Spot Ethereum ETF

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Cathie Wood's ARK Invest Files for First Spot Ether ETF

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What are the Chances this Spot ETH ETF Actually Gets Approved?

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VanEck, ARK filings ‘officially’ start clock for spot Ethereum ETFs: Analyst

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Cathie Wood’s ARK, VanEck File for First U.S. Ether Spot ETF

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Cathy Wood's ARK Invest Files for First Spot Ether ETF

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ARK Invest Files For First Ethereum Spot ETF | Bitcoinist.com

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Ethereum spot ETF?

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ARK Invest and 21Shares file with SEC for spot ether ETF

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ARK files for first Spot ETHER ETF

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ARK Invest Has Applied for Spot Ethereum ETF

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ARK 21Shares files for Ethereum Spot ETF

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What's Next For Bitcoin ETF? Cathie Wood, ARK Invest Weigh In

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What's Next For Bitcoin ETFs? Cathie Wood, ARK Invest Experts Weigh In

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Bitcoin ETF applications: Who is filing and when the SEC may decide

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Multiple Spot ETFs approved in Q4'23 or Q1'24?

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ARK Invest’s Cathie Wood bullish on Bitcoin and AI intersection

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ARK Invest’s Cathie Wood Predicts $25 Trillion Crypto Market Valuation in 2030. Here’s the Catalyst

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Ethereum ETF Frenzy Intensifies with 16 Applications – Could October Bring the Green Candles?"

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ARK Invest and 21Shares jointly apply for ether and bitcoin futures ETFs

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No decision on Grayscale's Bitcoin ETF today

r/BitcoinSee Post

ETFs May Account for 10% of Bitcoin Market Value If Approved, Bernstein Says. GLTA!!!

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SEC's Sneaky Maneuver Will Delay ARK ETF Once More!

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The problem is that if only custodians are able to use the Bitcoin base layer, then we lose its more important properties: censorship resistance and unconfiscability. Of course, not everyone will use Bitcoin non-custodially, but the more people use Bitcoin, the worse the on-chain experience gets and the more money you'll have to push into custodial solutions (keep in mind that your 1M sats UTXOs might be the total fees for any transaction in a not so distant future). So we need changes in Bitcoin so this doesn't happen, and so L2s can be as easy as custodial solutions without them being custodial (for example what ARK wants to achieve with covenants and other op_codes).

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People think meme coins attract dumb money Algorand may have the the dumbest investors in crypto. A couple of months ago there was a lot of spam threads marketing Algorand as the first shitcoin to have Python. I commented that dozens of now dead shitcoins like NXT, Stratis, NEO, ARK, Kommodo, etc all had Python. Bagholders said ALGO was undervalued and the era of price tanking was over with ALGO at $0.28 > Algorand is extremely undervalued because of terrible price action during the last three years as billions of coins entered the circulation. That era is over. https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/1bp74fp/algorand_becomes_first_layer1_blockchain_to_use/kwucwtk/ Today ALGO is $0.14 and if you go back and the ALGO bagholder is in denial and has come up with conspiracy theories that some whales are suppressing ALGO prices > Almost no one sells. Check the exchanges' hot wallets. Despite the foundation selling MMs still need to borrow Algo to push the price down and keep Algo at its current 67th place. A big accumulation is happening too. Well, they want to shake out all weak hands, buy low and once the macro and news are good enough pump it up hard. https://np.reddit.com/r/algorand/comments/1dfdhy0/algorand_algo_price_recovery_looks_bleak_as/l8ifty3/ Nothing has changed since 2017. People are still falling for the same meme tech shitcoin scams and when they feel the slow and eternal rugpull, they come up with conspiracy theories about price suppression bullshit. Algorand investors now take the cake on crypto idiocy.

I personally have had bad returns across all ARK funds. They suck and each day seem to be red. Not that it matters but for that I don’t trust them with a Bitcoin ETF.

Mentions:#ARK#ETF

I notice how both of you are talking about ARKK.. I was in both ARKW and ARKK, as I said. ARKW has been amazing. I agree, that ARKK was not strong, but s&p500 did not beat ARKW over the last 10 years. Over the past 10 years, the performance of the ARKW ETF (ARK Next Generation Internet ETF) and the S&P 500 have shown distinct differences, particularly in their growth trajectories and volatility. ### ARKW ETF: - **Total Return**: Since its inception in 2014, ARKW has experienced significant fluctuations. As of April 2024, its total return is approximately 183.26%. - **Annualized Return**: Over the last 10 years, the annualized return of ARKW stands at around 10.86% [[❞]](https://www.lazyportfolioetf.com/etf/ark-next-generation-internet-etf-arkw/) [[❞]](https://ycharts.com/companies/ARKW). - **Volatility**: ARKW has been quite volatile, with a standard deviation of around 41.88% over the past 5 years. This indicates higher risk and potential for both significant gains and losses [[❞]](https://www.lazyportfolioetf.com/etf/ark-next-generation-internet-etf-arkw/). ### S&P 500: - **Total Return**: As of April 2024, the 10-year total return for the S&P 500 is approximately 167.3% [[❞]](https://ycharts.com/indicators/sp_500_10_year_return). - **Annualized Return**: The annualized return for the S&P 500 over the same period is about 10.4% [[❞]](https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/$SPX/performance). - **Volatility**: The S&P 500 has shown more stable growth with lower volatility compared to ARKW, making it a safer investment for risk-averse investors. ### Comparison: - **Growth Potential**: ARKW has a higher growth potential during tech bull markets, driven by its focus on next-generation internet technologies. However, this comes with greater risk and volatility. - **Stability**: The S&P 500 provides more consistent and stable returns, benefiting from diversification across multiple sectors. This makes it a more conservative choice for long-term investors. In summary, ARKW offers the possibility of higher returns but with greater risk, while the S&P 500 presents a more stable investment with steady growth over the long term. Your choice between these two should align with your risk tolerance and investment goals.

Mentions:#ETF#ARK#SPX

The S&P500 over-performed or tied ARKK 9 out of the past 10 years. So you're saying if we only had perfect timing, we'd be fine investing with ARK? Gotcha.

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You also forgot that we have Lightning, Liquid (not a layer 2 but a sidcehain), ARK, Mercury Layer, Rootstock, BitVM bridges, Hedgehog and many other things that are in development right now. And also you forgot that lack of usage and scalability are not the same thing, other blockchains will run into the same problems as BTC with enough users, many, such as Ethereum already suffer from those problems. TPS is not the ultimate measure of how good a network is.

Mentions:#ARK#BTC

Tell me. How are you measuring that pressure? The outstanding unmined coin is 6.1% of the total circulation. Against which currency is your model that indicates “downward price” denominated? Dollars? Ok, assuming dollars, the dollar inflation at current rates would reduce the downward drag by at least half. Call it 3% What counters that pressure? Well the first countervailing pressure is the Bitcoin to dollar ratio. It goes like this. There are 2.3 trillion in dollar NOTES in circulation. There will never be more than 21 million BTC. At that level of circulation volume the ratio of Bitcoin to Dollar is: 1 Bitcoin :109,523 Dollars. That indicates UPWARD pressure in the range of 40%. This very simple model actually indicates an UPWARD pressure of around AT LEAST 37%. I say at least because another consideration is the market capital flow from dollar delimitated instruments. There is $50 trillion in the NASDAQ and NYSE alone. If as Blackrock, ARK Invest, Fidelity and so many other investment funds expect, 10% of market cap moves to hedge using Bitcoin that’s a conservative bet that $5 trillion dollars will flow into Bitcoin FROM JUST TWO SOURCES - NASDAQ AND NYSE assets. $5 trillion is a conservative asset shift prediction compared to the total dollar delimitated assets AT RISK from inflation. However, today Bitcoin market cap is only $1.3 trillion. Does your model consider that there will very likely be 3.9 times $67,000 chasing every one of those 21 million bitcoin? If your model does recognize and consider these facts how does it mathematically predict 3% downward pressure from newly mined coin will matter in the slightest?

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It can still get approved for an etf even if a security. Only issue is staked ETH and staking rewards in an etf but ARK pulled this last week in an appended filing. It’s p clear staked ETH ETF is a ways off, but regular just spot ETH being held isn’t out of the question. I’m long either way hehe

Mentions:#ETH#ARK#ETF
r/BitcoinSee Comment

So basically you invested in ARK ETFs and lost money and now they are clowns. LOL

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tldr; Over 1500 investment firms disclosed ownership of approximately $10.6 billion in Bitcoin ETFs, with Millennium Management leading with $1.97 billion in holdings. These ETFs, including Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, BlackRock’s iShares Bitcoin Trust, Fidelity Wise Origin Bitcoin Fund, and ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF, are attracting significant institutional interest. Other top holders include Susquehanna International Group and Bracebridge Capital. The trend indicates a historic surge in institutional investment in Bitcoin ETFs, with potential for further growth as institutional engagement deepens. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#ARK#ETF#DYOR

I got some more ARK close to it's ATL and just use it for gaining daily staking payouts. The actual APY is pretty good, custody stays with me and the staked coins are always ready to move.

Mentions:#ARK#ATL
r/BitcoinSee Comment

🇺🇸 $26 billion AUM Bracebridge Capital disclosed the following positions: $307,157,432 ARK Bitcoin ETF (4,327,380 shares) $100,638,773 BlackRock Bitcoin ETF (2,486,750 shares) $26,525,715 Grayscale BTC (419,910 shares) https://twitter.com/macroscope17/status/1789042149775843609?s=46&t=ihVglVXC0BQSbw6j57EoaA

Mentions:#ARK#ETF#BTC

The breakdown of the Hightower investments is as follows: Grayscale BTC: $44,838,000 for 709,956 shares Fidelity Bitcoin ETF: $12,410,000 for 200,084 shares BlackRock Bitcoin ETF: $7,621,000 for 188,397 shares ARK Bitcoin ETF: $1,702,000 for 23,964 shares Bitwise Bitcoin ETF: $988,000 for 25,449 shares Franklin Templeton Bitcoin ETF: $788,000 for 19,129 shares

Mentions:#BTC#ETF#ARK

HighTower 13F today discloses the following positions: Grayscale BTC: $44,838,000 (709,956 shares) Fidelity Bitcoin ETF: $12,410,000 (200,084 shares) BlackRock Bitcoin ETF: $7,621,000 (188,397 shares) ARK Bitcoin ETF: $1,702,000 (23,964 shares) Bitwise Bitcoin ETF: $988,000 (25,449 shares) Franklin Templeton Bitcoin ETF: $788,000 (19,129 shares) Hightower Advisors, Barron's ranked it as No. 2 on its Top 100 Registered investment adviser (RIA) Firms list https://twitter.com/macroscope17/status/1787583488364879963?s=46&t=ihVglVXC0BQSbw6j57EoaA

You have no idea what you're talking about 🤦🏼‍♀️ There was no difference between BTC applications other than fees and custodians (eh ARK). With ETH is the whole different ball game, some wants to stake it for example. But I doubt you read any of those, parroting twitter posts is easier, right? Odds are ETF is coming, but in 2025 (after Dems lose presidency). And check my crypto-related posts from the previous cycle, maybe you'll learn something, eg how to make it.

ARK and VanEck are getting rejected this week, not BlackRock.

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tldr; The SEC is likely to reject applications for spot Ethereum ETFs, contrasting with its recent approval of spot Bitcoin ETFs. Recent discussions between the SEC and ETF issuers have been less substantive, indicating a probable denial. Concerns about the quality and depth of market data on Ethereum may be a factor. The SEC's decision on VanEck's and ARK's Ethereum ETF filings is expected by May 23 and 24, respectively. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

That's a very realistic opinion. I've been buying BTC since 2017 and have been forced to relinquish most of my idealistic views over the years. As you say, IRL, reality supersedes all. There are always ways for those with the "faculties of men" (Anti-Federalist Papers) to exploit the good works of others for profit. Do you have any other thoughts on the future? I believe that the Fed's monetary policy of keeping neutral rates during this election year have stifled the upper momentum and the halving will suffer a little because of this. Additionally, hedge funds issuing ETFs (like ARK, for example) hurt the price and acceptance of BTC when they suddenly liquidate their BTC positions to cover losses and make clients whole in their FIAT gambles. Both of these things continue to prevent BTC from performing better, keeping the FUD in retail investors and thus preventing them from entering the market. I'm always amazed at the number of people who still think it's a scam or just don't know anything about it. I wonder if this is a conspiracy of sorts enacted by Wall Street so they can continue to buy up BTC at a lower price. Either way, I'm bullish.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

What is ARK 100%

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Hey I just wana say congrats especially since the etf where approved , and now all these to big to fail companies having purchased bitcoin shares like grayscale bitcoin trust , iShare Bitcoin trust registered, Fidelity wise origin bitcoin fund , ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF’s , Bitwise Bitcoin Etf Trust … the list goes on , they’ve made it impossible for regular ppl like us to afford a Bitcoin which is another way American’s are trying to control the American ppl by keeping the poor and letting the rich get richer which is sad 😞 but also true. But who am . That’s just my personal opinion but like I said I just wana say congrats and keep it up !

Mentions:#ARK#ETF
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Her funds are failing because she is an idiot who gets most of her financial advice from Jesus. Yes, she has said that. My point isn't to say she is good or anything. My point is that most people don't care, and they listen. That is how she got all that ARK money in the first place. Thus, if people listen, they will buy. And if people buy, the price goes up. And if the price goes up, I can sell to take profits and wait for the dip to rinse and repeat. I don't like steady upward gains. I like disproportionately dramatic swings up, followed by violent and terrifying dives for the floor. Ideally, at least once a week would be great. I trade, I don't hold.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In other news ISLV had inflow as silver wnet up. LEARN what single issue ETPs do and it makes sense. (I bought and sold ARK B and FBTC a dozen times this month. They flow with the market.)

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Huge outflows from ARK today. Guessing that there's some lost confidence in Cathie Woods and traders risk averse to the risk of her fund going bankrupt because they just took huge losses on their Tesla position today.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

ARK with huge outflow of -87M. I guess we're going lower, gents

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Or like ARK has?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Moon week got moved for Cathie Wood. Hopefully it will be worth it to get an ARK RCC ETF, filled with Moons and other Reddit Community Coins.

Mentions:#ARK#ETF
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Kathy Woods from ARK FUNDS predicted bitcoin would be $3.6 million per coin by 2030

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thank you all for participating in this AMA! If you have further questions about ARK's ETF suite, please visit [ark-funds.com](https://ark-funds.com). Please note that you can also find information there about our monthly Funds mARKet update Webinar, where Cathie Wood and the ARK Team also answer investor questions.

Mentions:#ARK#ETF
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hi Cathie. I am wondering if you can shed light on why have ARK and other ETH ETF applicants added staking to their ETF applications. What is the reasoning/strategy behind it?

Mentions:#ARK#ETH#ETF
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What criteria does ARK Investment Management use to identify companies for inclusion in its thematic investing strategies? How does the firm stay ahead in identifying emerging disruptive innovations?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

ARK ETF coming in strong with their best net inflow to date! 201m

Mentions:#ARK#ETF
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hi Cathie, I was wondering what your thoughts on the Ethereum ETF approval are? Also if you have plans on incorporating crypto currencies together with other existing ARK theme ETFs or creating a new theme which houses various cryptocurrencies

Mentions:#ETF#ARK
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Wen MOON on ARK Invest portfolio

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ARK and Cathie Wood have made headlines for their eye-opening Tesla and Bitcoin predictions over the years. **CW predicted $105000 (post-split) TSLA by 2025 prediction** in 2018, which was then revised to $9000 in 2021. These are far off from TSLA's current value of $180, and TSLA has never gone above $410. She has also made a $500k BTC prediction for 2025, and then doubled down on it at $1.5M BTC by 2030. **Realistically, why should we believe your Bitcoin predictions given how badly the TSLA ones have gone?** In addition, your flagship ARKK ETF has underperformed or tied the S&P 500 every year since 2017 except for 2020? All ARK funds dropped 70% from 2021 to 2022 and have stayed 60-70% down. In comparison, NASDAQ and S&P500 stocks have recovered and are now 20% above their 2021 peaks. ARKK is still at its 2018 level while most index funds are up 80-200%. Why should we ever put any trust in ARK or Cathie Wood? **Sources**: * https://www.cnbc.com/2020/02/05/tesla-shares-could-reach-7000-in-next-5-years-catherine-wood-says.html * https://www.ark-invest.com/articles/valuation-models/tesla-price-target-2 * https://www.yahoo.com/news/cathie-wood-560-000-bitcoin-212000464.html * https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2024/01/11/cathie-wood-sees-bitcoin-price-reaching-15m-by-2030-after-etf-approval/ (Note that TSLA has had 2 splits: 5-1 on August 31, 2020, and 3-1 on August 25, 2022. That means $15 of TSLA in 2024 is worth $1 of TSLA in 2019.)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Where do you position emergence of Quantum Computing? it does not appear among ARK 14 disruptive technologies. It is a threat to blockchain crypto security but at the same time holds a lot of computing power promises plus can help secure blockchain.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Well, yeah... everyone on reddit jumped on the ARK bandwagon *after* it already did 100%+ and wouldn't stop talking about her.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

They shouldn’t have before ARK. She bankrupted her last fund.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

If you lost money on ARK you got in way too late.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

That’s what ARK ETF’s will do to your portfolio

Mentions:#ARK#ETF
r/BitcoinSee Comment

her ARK fund was fucking awful, I lost money on that. Nobody will taker her seriously anymore after that

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Of course. She makes money off ETF fees, so she'll make tons of money regardless of whether her funds go up or down. Most people investing in ARK funds during her peak popularity are down over 50%. Nearly all her predictions are insane, and none of her recent ones have remotely been true.

Mentions:#ETF#ARK
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Cathie Wood and ARK invest coming for an AmA 🔥

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Good thing Cathie has never been wrong about anything and always made winning bets in her ARK ETFs

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm sad to say I swapped my ARK for BTC to bring the ARK back to break even. It's working. Thanks for nothing Cathie Jesus.

Mentions:#ARK#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Fuck this bitch and her ARK portfolios

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I really like Preston, but I’ll never forget him endorsing one of the ARK ETFs and then it plunging like 3 days later and never recovering. Lyn Alden is my favorite Bitcoin person.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

My plan is to read Reddit daily and insult the impure who buy ETFs, except the ARK products, they’re okay.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Ah yes, then when GBTC have finally finished single handedly keeping the price suppressed there will be another firm comes along with even cheaper fees than say ARK or Blackrock and thus the cycle repeats itself.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Not really. If you look at the numbers (apart from ARK), it's only single digit millions. This could be just 2 or 3 large clients.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hold cold on chain all HODL long terms. All new (Bullmarket) activity in ETFs now. Taxable events, fees and spreads make moving actual coins on chain expensive, esp when ETH is your main bag. I buy when streets run red (think 1000 ETH, 18k BTC) The IRA protected, tax free motion has me dipping in and out of FBTC and ARK like a freaking Chi Town options trader slinging wheat contracts...just grab it 10% at a time and do it M-F 8 too 5. EZ money. Noo chain choke wen bull/bear OMG

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Fellow fed here: Do both, TSP and open an IRA at the house of your choice. I like Fidelity and have ARK21 and FBTC in my IRA and Roth. TSP is a different very conservative animal. If your agency does topside match, max that shit. I am maxing both, just be careful not to max limit both IRA and the TSP or IRS may not let it all deduct that year...

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

OMG! So many hyped shitcoins from this era that went nowhere. QTUM, ELF, WAVES, ARK, DENT (how does this still exist?), SNT, CVC, LOOM, ARDR… anything ranked 300+ that used to be top 50 is pretty much dead.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

She's unhinged sometimes. I'm guessing the same will happen to ARK funds in a years time too..?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

It also includes the bitcoin sold by new etfs, lol For example ARK sold boatloads of BITO and GBTC.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah, the ARK ETFs were ultra high-risk. Everyone knows that. The S&P 500 is not high-risk. It’s literally the lowest risk you can imagine aside from treasury bonds. The NASDAQ 100 is not that different. Crypto is pumping because of the bitcoin having, but risky tech stocks are not quite there yet. And no, Tesla is not risky.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The market went down ... and then came back up. ARK ETFs are still dogshit. Not sure if you noticed the S&P 500, and QQQ hitting new ATH recently. https://www.portfoliovisualizer.com/backtest-portfolio?s=y&sl=2sQQnKAbs5EorTOwNytlde

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I bought all the ARK stocks 3 years ago and am down a collective -60% - this is her collective experience wrapped into a few ETFs and it’s abysmal

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Amazing and very informative presentation, thank you so much for these!! Much appreciated ☺️🙏 It would be interesting to create also the same assuming that we may not surpass 100k or 120k and after that we see the norm of each cycle (80% short) . If we assume that we may have a chance to buy back at 25k after a few months or during 2025 we could combine the projections from ARK investment, MicroStrategy and Fidelity to create an average high of the next 5 or 10 years. Assuming again that your thesis rhymes, the returns could be mind-blowing, taking account also that the traditional markets and commodities have grown significantly as well in terms of market cap. But first we have to test that hypothesis with your previous data.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Converting Greyscale to a low fee BTC ETF. They lost their ass to BLK, Fidelity and ARK. Couldn't happen to a bigger better bag of dicks (Grayscale world)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

1. Franklin Bitcoin ETF (Until Aug. 2 or $10 Billion) 2. Bitwise Bitcoin ETP Trust (For 6 Months or $1 Billion) 3. ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF (For 6 Months or $1 Billion) 4. Fidelity Wise Origin Bitcoin Trust (Until July 31) 5. Valkyrie Bitcoin Fund (For 3 Months) 6. Invesco Galaxy Bitcoin ETF (For 6 Months or $5 Billion) 7. Wisdomtree Bitcoin Trust (For 6 Months or $1 Billion) 8. iShares Bitcoin Trust (For 12 Months or $5 Billion) VanEck Bitcoin Trust and Grayscale Bitcoin Trust were the only 2 that didn't waiver any fees. So instead of revolutionary, VanEck is late to the game.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Bitcoin's price reaching $71,000 is seen as just the beginning of the bull market, equivalent to the $20,000 mark of the previous cycle, according to analyst Willy Woo. Despite this milestone, Woo and others believe the bull cycle is only starting, with potential for significant growth. Analysts predict an accelerated cycle and even higher price targets, with Cathie Wood of ARK Invest suggesting a long-term target above $1 million. These analyses are based on various metrics and technical indicators, including investor behavior and the Bitcoin Macro Index. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

That is what she said... Look at ARK ETF performance, please. He have a better teachers in BTC community. Keep on stacking 💪

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Her mutual fund ARK lost more money than any other mutual fund in history. She’s #1 in wealth destruction. I wouldn’t tie my horse to her wagon. The fact that she and I are both bullish on Bitcoin is pure coincidence.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I think she conceptually nails where innovation is going. I remember buying into Tesla because of her thesis and I think it still holds true today, even though it's in a current slump. She seems to rationalize her POV on these assets very well. I think a lot of people look at her as a hype machine to fuel her funds and maybe there is some truth to that, but I also dont disagree on her individual thesis for ARK's picks.

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I do not believe SIPC would cover hacking or theft of Bitcoin. According to the ARK S-1 >The Trust is not a banking institution or otherwise a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”) or Securities Investor Protection Corporation (“SIPC”) and, therefore, deposits held with or assets held by the Trust are not subject to the protections enjoyed by depositors with FDIC or SIPC member institutions. In addition, neither the Trust nor the Sponsor insure the Trust’s bitcoin.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nasdaq is currently at ATH and ARK is still down

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I invested in her ARK technology fund. Currently down 45%. She’s amazing in bull markets like the rest of ua

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Ark funds literally lose money in a full on bull market. She got lucky with Tesla, that is all. ARK has Tesla as their one and only win. If you put your money in Nasdaq or Spy instead of ARK you'd be up more than 150%. ARK isn't even the Cramer of wall street, they are way worse.

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tldr; Cathie Wood, CEO of ARK Invest, predicts Bitcoin (BTC) will surpass $1 million before 2030, citing increased institutional involvement and the impact of the U.S.'s first spot exchange-traded funds (ETFs) as major factors. Wood's revised target exceeds the firm's previous $1 million prediction, attributing the adjustment to the SEC's approval of spot ETFs and anticipating further institutional adoption. Despite the current lack of major wirehouse approval for Bitcoin, Wood believes the price action seen so far is just the beginning, with institutional interest expected to more than double Bitcoin's incremental price target. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So far she's nailed it with her ARK funds...

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Here are some predictions for the price of Bitcoin in 2030 : - DigitalCoinPrice: $564,433.66 - Telegaon: $175,109.22 - Finder: $5,237,082 - Cathie Wood/ARK Invest: $1.5 million - Standard Chartered Bank: $200,000 - Me : 5 Million per coin

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Cathie Wood's ARK Investments has done some analyses. Their best/middle/worst predictions are something like $1,500,00 / $700,000 / $400,000.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I think it is too soon to say. Of course ARK is going to say that, but as for me, I'll be more likely to trade in and out of the ETF than to sell any actual BTC on an exchange. Just makes sense to me...

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Could be a much different pattern this time with the ETFs being a part of many different funds. If the fund wants 2% Bitcoin exposure, when BTC jumps the funds will have to sell off to rebalance the fund back to 2%. This is what ARK has been doing with Coinbase for example… seen comments about her being dumb selling Coinbase right before it goes up another 5-10%, but she needs to rebalance because she doesn’t want more than 1 asset making up more than 10% of her fund. Be interesting to see how this dynamic plays out

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If given Moons, I will sell them so they will go up tremendously in price in typical ARK fashion

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

>All I can think is that sophisticated systems of escrow would have to be built to accommodate this Escrows are already part of Bitcoin. You might want to think outside the blockchain and see solutions like Lightning, ARK, Enigma, etc... And of course, think about this, customer protection is only offered when a bank is involved, but if you pay in cash, there's no customer protection, also, Bitcoin isn't incompatible with banks.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

There is something called authorized participants (APs) who are responsible for purchasing the underlying asset (in this case BTC) for the ETFs. The APs are also responsible for creating additional ETF shares *with* the underlying asset they purchased in order to meet ETF share demand to ensure the ETF price tracks the underlying asset. JPMorgan, for example, is one of the AP's for either Blackrock or ARK's ETF. Likely, the APs hold extra BTC on their balance sheet in order to flex one way or another based on ETF trading so they can always make money. Very unlikely that an AP would be caught with their pants down needing to buy BTC en mass from the market in order to maintain ETF - BTC parity. In other words, when someone buys an ETF share, it does not mean that the APs go and buy BTC to reflect the person's ETF share purchase. Only when there is a shortage of shares, causing the ETFs to trade at a slight premium, do APs either use BTC they already hold to create additional ETF shares to align ETF price with BTC price, or purchase new BTC in order to create additional ETF shares to align the ETF price with BTC price. Better to look at general flows on a weekly level to understand the ETFs impact on BTC price. We did an episode on BTC ETFs recently: [https://open.spotify.com/episode/76VvEV2TDRumt7bmdlNAgv?si=6e7cbc77e133461c](https://open.spotify.com/episode/76VvEV2TDRumt7bmdlNAgv?si=6e7cbc77e133461c)

r/BitcoinSee Comment

If you want to make some quick money, or are trying to time the market, it is definitely risky. If you want a long term investment, then the risk is close to 0%. By a long term investment I mean a minimum of 5 years. There is this research by ARK Invest you should check out that talks about this. The following article mentions it: https://www.thestreet.com/crypto/markets/ark-invest-bitcoin-price-can-hit-2-3-million-if-allocation-target-reached#:~:text=ARK%20Invest%20analysts%20also%20underscored,%2C”%20the%20report%20pointed%20out

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Mine are through ARK and insured by SIPC

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I prefer Bitwise and VanEck, but I think Fidelity and ARK are solid choices too. The 4 bps difference means virtually nothing to me. I'm looking for a sponsor who has the right perspective on Bitcoin and would likely come down on the 'right' side of any future fork or block size debate. I also appreciate their pledges to support Bitcoin development. And it's a bonus if I can contribute to 'decentralization' of sponsors and custodians. Everyone piling into Blackrock and Coinbase custody seems like an unnecessary concentration of risks.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

If Bitwise has the lowest expense ratio (.20%) of all the ETF's why are most people choosing Blackrock or Fidelity? At least Fidelity (.25%) does there own self custody. But why choose Blackrock (.25%) when ARK (.21%) and Bitwise (.20%) are lower?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I had GBTC in my brokerage account and my IRA. When the Bitcoin ETFs were approved, I sold the GBTC in my IRA and bought various ETFs, ARK, Fidelity and a couple others because their fees are lower than GBTC. I did not sell the GBTC in my brokerage account because it would be taxable. From what I’ve gathered,Grayscale knows many won’t sell and get an ETF with lower fees because of the tax consequences. There were a lot of threads on this topic back when the SEC approved the Bitcoin ETFs.

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tldr; 21Shares has integrated Chainlink Proof of Reserve to enhance the transparency of the Bitcoin reserves backing the ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF (ARKB). This integration allows for real-time, tamper-proof data on Bitcoin reserves, ensuring ARKB is fully backed by Bitcoin holdings. The ARKB, launched in January 2024 with over $1.58 billion in net assets, offers investors regulated access to Bitcoin without the complexities of direct trading or storage. The Proof of Reserve feed, pulling data from Coinbase, increases investor confidence by providing clear visibility into ARKB's Bitcoin reserves. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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