Answering the Top 10 Bitcoin ETF Questions

Join Bitwise CIO Matt Hougan and President Teddy Fusaro for a webinar covering what investors need to know about the newly launched bitcoin ETFs.

January 16, 2024
11am PT | 2pm ET
1 CE Credit
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The Top 10 Questions:

  • Why is a bitcoin ETF important?
  • How big could bitcoin ETFs be?
  • How could a bitcoin ETF impact bitcoin’s price?
  • How do you value bitcoin?
  • How does bitcoin fit in a portfolio?
  • How will ETFs custody bitcoin safely?
  • How will bitcoin ETFs be taxed?
  • How should investors choose between competing ETFs?
  • What should I know before I trade a bitcoin ETF?
  • What does the bitcoin ETF approval mean for bitcoin regulation?

Accepted for one hour of CFP/IWI/The American College Board CE credit for live and on-demand attendees

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Matthew Hougan

Chief Investment Officer
Bitwise Asset Management

Tom Lydon

Vice Chairman

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