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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