Although a Bitcoin ETF is still in the making and yet to be approved in the United States, there are several blockchain ETFs that you can add to your portfolio investments.
Discover a list of the best blockchain ETFs that you could invest in today to gain exposure to this booming industry.
What is a Blockchain ETF?
An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is an investment fund that typically tracks the value of an underlying asset, such as a stock index or a commodity. Unlike mutual funds, however, ETFs trade like stocks on securities exchanges and are, therefore, accessible to anyone from institutional investors to retail investors.
Blockchain ETFs are exchange-traded funds that invest in public companies that have exposure to the blockchain industry.
List of Blockchain ETFs
Bitcoin Market Journal has compiled a list of the best blockchain ETFs to make it as easy as possible for you to choose which exchange-traded fund could potentially be a good addition to your investment portfolio.
|ETF||Ticker||AuM ($)||Expense Ratio (%)||Spread (%)||3-Yr Performance||Score|
|First Trust Indxx Innovative Transaction & Process ETF||LEGR||57200000||0.0065||0.0038||0.4566||4|
|Amplify Transformational Data Sharing ETF||BLOK||535900000||0.007||0.0012||2.1406||4|
|Reality Shares Nasdaq NexGen Economy ETF||BLCN||217900000||0.0068||0.0025||1.1569||3.5|
|Innovation Shares NextGen Protocol ETF||KOIN||23600000||0.0095||0.006||0.7316||4|
The Innovation Shares NextGen Protocol ETF tracks the Innovation Labs Blockchain Innovators Index, which uses artificial intelligence to select global companies that are involved in the development or deployment of blockchain technologies.
The tracker fund is predominantly invested in US stocks and its largest holdings include Intel, Amazon, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, Visa, and MasterCard. – BMJ Score: 4.0
The First Trust Indxx Innovative Transaction & Process ETF invests in global companies that develop or use blockchain technology.
The actively-managed fund uses a research-heavy approach to selecting the blockchain stocks that will be included in the ETF. The fund’s largest holdings are Xilinx, Intel, Swisscom, Oracle, and PayPal. – BMJ Score: 4.0
The Amplify Transformational Data Sharing ETF invests in companies involved in “transformational data-sharing technologies,” with a focus on blockchain technology.
The actively-managed fund invests in stocks of global companies that are developing or deploying blockchain technologies with a focus on enterprises in the US and Asia. The fund’s largest holdings include Square, GMO Internet, SBI Holdings, Overstock, and Digital Garage. – BMJ Score: 4.0
The Reality Shares Nasdaq NexGen Economy ETF invests in global companies that are involved in developing, researching, or deploying blockchain technologies.
The passively-managed fund is invested in blockchain stocks primarily located in the US and Asia. The fund’s largest holdings include Red Hat, Intel, Xilinx, Alibaba, and ZTE. – BMJ Score: 3.5
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