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Digital assets are about more than just Bitcoin. The global adoption of blockchain, expansion of cross-border payments, new investment vehicles tied to intellectual property, and more, could one day establish a global market of digitized assets worth $50 trillion. This channel provides access to the latest developments, opportunities, risks, and thought leaders in the growing Digital Assets space.

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Alternative Investments/Digital: Global X Throws Its Hat In The Bitcoin ETF Ring

July 23, 2021

Global X, the New York-based ETF provider and subsidiary of $560 billion investment manager Mirae Asset, has filed with the SEC for permission to launch a bitcoin ETF titled the Global X Bitcoin Trust on the Cboe BZX Exchange. No ticker symbol was suggested, but this would be announced before the commencement of trading if the ETF wins the much sought-after approval from the SEC.

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Financial Independence and Early Retirement (FIRE) Community Gains Access to Private High Yield

June 20, 2019

Those yearning for financial independence and early retirement will find BCP’s new fund launch interesting. The BCP Fund focuses on providing consistent high yield cash flow secured by US assets.

The Marriage of Crypto Cost Storage and Real-World Assets

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Dovish Fed Adds Fuel to Bullish Fervor in Bitcoin and Gold

June 6, 2019

BTC is currently trading at $11,420 and spot gold at $1,430. Both these assets received a bullish boost last week when the Fed made dovish noises and said interest rates would be maintained in the range of 2.25%-2.5%.