Another Way to Gain Exposure to Bitcoin: Melanion Capital’s Bitcoin Equity ETF

Is there an ETF that allows exposure to the Bitcoin theme within a regulated framework and regulated investment vehicles such as Life Insurance or Retirement Savings Plan?

The answer is Yes.

Melanion Capital, a French asset management company focused on innovation, was the first company in the world to create such a product. The philosophy behind the Melanion Bitcoin Equities ETF offers a compelling alternative to direct investment in cryptocurrencies.

By investing in companies actively shaping the Web3 ecosystem, this ETF provides tangible benefits and practical strategies to seize lucrative opportunities.

Cyril Sabbagh, the creator of this ETF and Managing Director at Melanion Capital, delves deep into the various sectors of the crypto ecosystem and the significant presence of North American companies in this thriving industry.

Discover how to invest in stocks of Web3 ecosystem companies, the advantages of each method, and the future of this type of investment in this captivating article.


This information is educational, and is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any security. This information is not a recommendation to buy, hold, or sell an investment or financial product, or take any action and must not serve as the basis for any investment decision. All investments involve risk, including the possible loss of capital. Past performance does not guarantee future results or returns. Before making decisions with legal, tax, or accounting effects, you should consult appropriate professionals.

The information relayed in this article must be considered and analyzed in light of all the risks identified in the fund’s pre-contractual documentation, which you can find via the following link.

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