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Morgan Stanley exposed to 26.5 BTC via Grayscale Bitcoin Trust

$270 billion fund Guggenheim is seeking Bitcoin exposure, SEC filing shows Guggenheim Partners, one of the world’s largest fund managers with $270 billion in client assets under management, is seeking exposure to Bitcoin as part of a new fund, a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) showed yesterday. 2 min read → […]Read More

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‘I felt like a moron’ for not buying Bitcoin, says

Billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller has recently explained why invested only $20 million in Bitcoin (BTC), skeptical of Ethereum (ETH), and prefers to pretend that Dogecoin (DOGE) doesn’t exist at all. “For the first move in Bitcoin—I think from like $50 to $17,000—I just sat there aghast. And […] I wanted to buy it every day. […]Read More

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Morgan Stanley approves Bitcoin investments for a dozen new funds

American investment bank Morgan Stanley plans to allow a dozen of its funds to invest in Bitcoin via cash-settled futures and the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC), according to its filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission published yesterday. “Certain Funds may have exposure to bitcoin indirectly through cash settled futures or indirectly through investments in […]Read More

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US bank Morgan Stanley to launch three Bitcoin funds

Morgan Stanley will soon launch two Bitcoin-focused funds as demand for cryptocurrencies picks up among institutional clients, reported business outlet CNBC on Thursday, citing two people with knowledge of the matter. The bank has, so far, remained wary of introducing crypto services or implementing tools that aid the adoption and use of the asset class. […]Read More

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More People HODLing Bitcoin Hurts Case for Buying, Selling With

Bitcoin liquidity appears to be falling as the demand that has driven the recent bull market appears to be concentrated among a relatively small number of investors who are unwilling to sell, according to new research by Morgan Stanley. That lack of liquidity potentially hurts its use for transactions, the investment bank said. Addresses holding […]Read More