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$180M Bitcoin Trust Completes Canadian IPO, Fully Invested on First Day

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Tanzeel Akhtar
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Canadian investment firm Ninepoint Partners completed the C$230 million (US$180 million) initial public offering of its cryptocurrency fund which is now fully invested.

  • Ninepoint Partners bitcoin fund started trading on Wednesday was over 99% invested on its first day of trading.

  • The bitcoin fund is available in both U.S. dollars and Canadian dollars and is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbols “BITC.U” and “BITC.UN.”

  • According to Ninepoint, the fund will have the lowest management fee structure for a listed bitcoin vehicle in Canada.

  • The bitcoin held by the fund is valued based on the “MVIS CryptoCompare Institutional Bitcoin Index” managed by MV Index Solutions GmbH which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Van Eck.

Read more: Former Canadian Prime Minister Lists Bitcoin as Possible Future Reserve Currency

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