BlackRock Discloses Bitcoin Exposure in SEC Filing; Holding $6.5M in CME BTC Futures

The world’s largest asset manager BlackRock with $8.7 trillion in assets under management (AUM), disclosed in its latest filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that it already has exposure to Bitcoin.

As the investment giant said earlier this year that they have “started to dabble,” the filing published on Wednesday indeed showed that.

The asset manager that held $6.5 million in CME Bitcoin futures contracts at the beginning of 2021 has these appreciating about $360,457 on reporting day. These holdings, however, are just 0.03% of BlackRock’s Global Allocation Fund.

It was in January they gave two of its funds the green light to trade Bitcoin futures.

Ever since last year, when corporates and legendary investors started warming up to Bitcoin, BlackRock also showed its interest in the leading cryptocurrency.

While the fund CEO Larry Fink had said they are watching Bitcoin and that it can become a store of value, the BlackRock CIO Rick Rieder noted that three is clearly greater demand for BTC than supply, which can even replace gold one day.

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