Bitwise launches bitcoin futures ETF for long-term investors with “optimum roll” strategy

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Bitwise Asset Management has announced the launch of a new type of bitcoin futures ETF designed for long-term investors. The Bitwise Bitcoin Strategy Optimum Roll ETF will offer exposure to bitcoin through managed exposure to bitcoin futures contracts and investments in short-term debt securities. The ETF seeks to minimise pricing inefficiencies that can emerge in bitcoin-linked ETFs focused on front-month or near-month futures contracts through an “optimum roll” strategy that considers all available contracts and selects those with the lowest level of contango.

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Bitwise believes the optimum roll strategy can apply to the bitcoin futures market, as it has historically in other asset classes, such as oil and natural gas futures.


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