3iQ, a 🇨🇦Canadian asset management company successfully launched the first-ever public fund tied to Bitcoin (BTC) on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). On April 9, the ‘Bitcoin Fund’ listed about 1.5 million Class A ‘QBTC.U’ shares on TSX. Its trading price is around $11 each.
Hi, I am looking for a stocks and shares ISA that allows for investment into the grayscale bitcoin trust or a bitcoin tracker so I can benefit from the tax allowance, can anyone recommend one in the UK? Currently I know you can invest into a tracker using the sipp account in HL (not available to S&S isa) but I cannot find any other?
03-19 13:25 - 'They sold because they new the inevitable would happen to Bitcoins price and because you’re a financial retard, you don’t realise that forecasting Bitcoins demise is easy if stocks and shares plummet BTC surely will...' by /u/CreepyCranfield9 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 428-438min
''' They sold because they new the inevitable would happen to Bitcoins price and because you’re a financial retard, you don’t realise that forecasting Bitcoins demise is easy if stocks and shares plummet BTC surely will. Oh but that’s it 🤔BTC was meant to be uncorrelated hahahahaha it gets even better. ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: CreepyCranfield9
Have $7,000 invested in the stock market and another $4-$5k invested in crypto. Really leaning on selling half of my stock shares and throwing them at bitcoin. Is a recession kind of imminent at this point to do something drastic like that?
Thinking hard about selling half my stock shares and throwing it into crypto. The money I will leave in stocks will consist of only top companies I own ( MSFT, TSLA, ATVI, AMD, etc) companies that have value. Is it a smart idea to sell the shares of smaller companies I have and throw it all into crypto? About 70% BTC and 30% altcoins Any recommendations of what to do I will consider. New to the stock market. Not new to trading. Any recommendations from seniors traders on here or investors?
[WP] After a long hard battle the noble knight has subdued the ancient dragon. It is time to claim a share of the horde; but what are stocks and bond and what in the name of all that is holy is a "Bitcoin"?
Wondering what people think would be the best investment between 1 bitcoin at a price of £2880 or investing the same amount into stocks and shares and not touching for the next five years .What would come out the better investment
07-04 05:03 - 'You are correct --- if you hold bitcoin, you are exposing yourself to exchange rate fluctuations. This is the same as if you held stock in Apple, Inc / Except there are no coffee shops that accept a fraction of a share of...' by /u/cointastical removed from /r/Bitcoin within 40-50min
''' You are correct --- if you hold bitcoin, you are exposing yourself to exchange rate fluctuations. This is the same as if you held stock in Apple, Inc Except there are no coffee shops that accept a fraction of a share of Apple as payment, right? But if you happen to hold Apple shares as your only investment, and then ran out of dollars/cash, ... you would need to sell some fraction of your Apple stock in order to get dollars to buy your coffee. Wouldn't it just be easier if there was an easy way to spend a fraction of your Apple stock for coffee then, in that instance? If that were possible, does that mean people would go out and buy Apple stock so that they can pay for their coffee with it? No, if they have dollars, they would continue to use dollars to buy their coffee, and that's OK. Now, ... let's say you were to get paid in Apple stock. This might be because you are a freelancer, and that's just the payment method that your client prefers to use when paying vendors. Who knows why,... let's just go with that, for conversation's sake. So if you get paid in Apple stock, and then you can make your purchases using Apple stock, you are likely to keep most or all of your income in Apple stock until you spend it. Especially if you think Apple stock is a good investment. Now some people are more sensitive to exchange rate fluctuations than others. For them, ... they don't want to lose money if Apple stock goes down in value, so they may want to convert their Apple stock into the dollar (which is known to be more stable) right after receiving the Apple shares as income. They can still, at a later time, convert some of those dollars back into Apple shares for buying coffee, ... but there's no real reason to do that. So you are essentially correct. People will not use bitcoin for spending on things like coffee, except for those who earn in bitcoin and those who invest in bitcoin. Well, who earns in Bitcoin today? That would be those who might:
earn interest from [decentralized lending]1
[freelance where the gig pays using bitcoin]2
freelance on a traditional freelancing site but [get paid in bitcoin thanks to BitWage]3
sell goods and services and get paid [using a bitcoin merchant processor]4
[work for a bitcoin company]5 that pays in bitcoin
work for a company that earns some of their revenue in bitcoin, and then prefers to pay vendors and employees from those bitcoin proceeds
be employed by a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO), which can only pay out in crypto, as it doesn't touch fiat and has no bank accounts
[do microtrasks]6 for bitcoin
be a content creator who earns bitcoin using a [bitcoin-based Patreon-like service]7 or [earns bitcoin with each view on their youtube channel, or web site]8
[fix software and earn a bounty]9
get [bitcoin back for fiat purchases]10
operate a mining operation, [tiny]11 or [large]12
[sell online using bitcoin]13
earn gains or dividends from stocks or ETFs bought on an American stock exchange through [Abra]14
buy and sell bitcoin on a [P2P Trading exchange]15
collect rent from [tenants who pay in bitcoin]16
earn profit from operating [bitcoin ATMs]17
earn from operating a bitcoin over-the-counter [OTC Trading desk]18
provide legal services such as [arbitration]19 or escrow
withdraw after gambling on [online poker]20 , [sporting events]21 , [games of chance]22 , etc.
earn from a "cam site"
- be awarded a prepaid gift card at work but can't use it so you use it to buy bitcoin
Again, there’s no real Bitcoin stock. But if you’re looking for a rough idea of how valuable the currency is, at the time of this article 1 BTC was equal in value to about 2,566 USD. Bitcoin Stock Market/Exchange. If you’re looking for a type of a bitcoin stock market, you’ll probably have use for a platform like Coinbase. It was and still is, the only pure bitcoin play in the stock market. When bitcoin prices started going crazy in 2017, stock traders started piling in and out of GBTC shares trying to capitalize on its volatility. Valuation in the short-term can get out of line and markets can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent. : Get the latest Bitcoin Group stock price and detailed information including news, historical charts and realtime prices. The Bitcoin Investment Trust (GBTC) The Bitcoin Investment Trust holds Bitcoin as its fundamental asset and it’s the unique stock on the NASDAQ and other US stock exchanges for that quality. You will not have to buy Bitcoin directly to invest in Bitcoin with this platform. It has a total sum of 175,000 BTC and you can buy into the trust for a The most convenient way to gain exposure to bitcoins is through the Bitcoin Investment Trust . This fund was created so that buying bitcoins could be as easy as buying any stock or ETF share.
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