Guggenheim Associates, a $315 billion investment agency, could be hunting for further accessibility to the crypto market by a new fund, a Tuesday filing with the Securities and Exchange Fee suggests.
According to this week’s submitting, the organization registered the Guggenheim Active Allocation Fund, which will devote in financial solutions, these as derivatives, whose value tracks that of underlying crypto belongings.
“The Fund may perhaps look for expense exposure to cryptocurrency (notably, Bitcoin), usually referred to as “virtual currency” or “digital forex,” by means of dollars settled derivatives devices, this kind of as money settled exchange traded futures, or via financial investment motor vehicles that provide publicity to Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies by way of immediate investments or oblique exposure this sort of as derivatives contracts,” the filing reads.
Notably this is a next Guggenheim fund that may perhaps present exposure to crypto. In November, Guggenheim Money Rely on submitted an amendment with the SEC to allow for its $5 billion Macro Alternatives Fund to devote up to 10% of the fund’s internet asset worth in the Grayscale Bitcoin Have faith in (GBTC), an ETP that tracks the cost of bitcoin. Forbes is unable to ensure irrespective of whether Guggenheim purchased any GBTC shares, and the organization did not answer to thoughts in advance of publication.
It is noteworthy that this most current announcement will come soon after the climbdown from a record-breaking rally, at the peak of which BTC was buying and selling palms for upwards of $63,000. As of June 2 at 4:19 PM E.T. BTC stands at $37,628, nearly 40% significantly less than its all-time large. Nevertheless, Chief Investment decision Officer of Guggenheim, Scott Minerd, is a long-time champion of Bitcoin who has formerly predicted the crypto could reach as substantial as $400,000 or 600,000.