• ProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF: One of the first U.S.-based Bitcoin ETFs to be approved, this fund deals not with direct Bitcoin holdings, but rather with Bitcoin futures. This method aligns with the current regulatory environment which is more accepting of derivatives-based cryptocurrency ETFs.
  • Valkyrie Bitcoin and Ether Strategy ETF: Following closely on the heels of ProShares, Valkyrie also focuses on Bitcoin and Ethereum futures, providing investors with similar benefits in terms of exposure and risk management.
  • VanEck Bitcoin ETF: Although VanEck faced several hurdles in the approval process, their persistence highlights the growing interest and eventual normalization of cryptocurrency-based ETFs.