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Which ETH ETF provider do you think will come up on top?

By cryotosensei | CryptoSensei | 25 May 2024


In a historic move, the SEC approved 8 spot ETH ETFs. Here they are: BlackRock, Fidelity, Grayscale, Bitwise, VanEck, Ark, Invesco Galaxy and Franklin Templeton.

Just four months ago, it approved 11 spot BTC ETFs offered by Ark,
Bitwise, Fidelity, Franklin, Grayscale,
Hashdex, Invesco Galaxy, iShares, Valkyrie, VanEck and WisdomTree. Iโ€™m sure that you see that many institutional investors appear on both lists, which goes to show that in the fight for market dominance, you got to offer what your competitors are offering their clients.

Which ETH ETF provider do you expect to stay ahead of the competition, and why? Judging by BTC ETFsโ€™ performance so far, all providers seem to be in the green, thanks to major inflows in May. Even Grayscale has hit at least four days of positive inflows in a row.

For instance, would Grayscale have enough substance to stay in the game, given that possible outflows from its US$8.7B ETHE product are likely to happen? Do you think that the smaller players would transfer money from their BTC ETFs to ETH ETFs so that they donโ€™t get slaughtered by the bigger players?

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