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78.31% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider.

Invesco Galaxy Bitcoin ETF

The Invesco Galaxy Bitcoin ETF is a spot ETF that holds Bitcoin exclusively and issues common shares that are traded on the CBOE. The fund determines the real market value of its stock based on the movement of Bitcoin's price as measured using the Lukka Prime Bitcoin Reference Rate.

The fund's shares are not redeemable for the underlying Bitcoin, which means the fund's price may deviate from the price of Bitcoin.

The fund's management fee is 0.39% of the average annual cost of assets. The management fee is waived until 10 April 2024.

Opportunities for traders

The Invesco Galaxy Bitcoin ETF began trading on the СBOE on 11 January 2024. Its intraday volatility is 5.9%, while its intraday trade volume is approximately $34 million.

How to buy and sell CFDs on the Invesco Galaxy Bitcoin ETF

You can buy and sell CFDs on the Invesco Galaxy Bitcoin ETF on specialised exchanges. Alternatively, you can trade CFDs on the Invesco Galaxy Bitcoin ETF through a broker or trading platform, such as MetaTrader or Libertex, where you can use a multiplier and also trade if the value of the asset declines.