Guggenheim Partners is preparing to dip the mutual fund's toes in bitcoin
An SEC filing on Friday indicated that the next institution on Wall Street to take a public position may also be among the largest: $ 275 billion financial services firm Guggenheim Partners.
The Guggenheim filing allows the Macro Opportunities fund, GBTC, a publicly traded Bitcoin investment vehicle owned by Grayscale, to buy at an indefinite time in the future.
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