Blockchain technology allows for a recorded incorruptible decentralized digital ledger of all kinds of transactions to be distributed on a network. The information in the blockchain is not stored in any single location, but is rather copied across a network of computers and other devices. This means that the records on the blockchain are public, verifiable and accessible by anyone who has internet. Blockchain ETFs have the potential to benefit from the increased adoption and utilization of blockchain technology.
Blockchain ETFs are funds that meet at least one of the following two criteria:
- They are funds that invest in companies involved with the transformation of business applications though development and use of blockchain technology.
- They are funds that track the performance of Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies through futures contracts or by holding the underlying crypto-assets.
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As of 10/25/20