Investors are ‘the clear winners’ as bitcoin ETF fee battle comes into focus

Spot bitcoin ETFs haven’t launched yet. Heck, the Securities and Exchange Commission hasn’t even approved them.

Still, industry watchers said the planned fees for such funds — revealed in a slate of disclosures Monday — represent a win for investors if indeed these funds are greenlit. 

Bitwise currently has the lowest intended fee at 0.24% (24 basis points) for its proposed spot bitcoin ETF. Potential funds by BlackRock, Franklin Templeton, VanEck, as well as one by Ark Invest and 21Shares, are at a nearly identical level.

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