05 Apr

Grayscale has concluded its quarterly re-evaluation of the altcoins held in its funds, according to its official announcement.

The largest cryptocurrency asset management in the world, Grayscale, stated in a statement that as of right now, it has made changes to the altcoins it offers in index funds.

Every quarter, Grayscale reassesses the holdings in its funds. The company's index funds are the Grayscale Digital Large Cap Fund, Grayscale DeFi Fund, and Grayscale Non-Ethereum Smart Contract Platform Fund.

As per the official release, Cardano (ADA) has been eliminated from the Grayscale Digital Large Cap Fund due to the recent updates made to its components. The fund currently solely has XRP, AVAX, SOL, ETH, and BTC.

Furthermore, the Grayscale DeFi Fund did not see any new tokens added or tokens deleted. The fund will carry on with its current operations. The aforementioned funds are UNI, MKR, LDO, AAVE, and SNX.

In the Grayscale Non-Ethereum Smart Contract Platform Fund, Grayscale did, however, make a significant modification. The Cosmos (ATOM) altcoin has been removed from the fund's altcoin basket due to the evaluations' results.
The fund will now be made up of the cryptocurrencies SOL, ADA, AVAX, DOT, and MATIC.

April 2024, Cryptoniteuae

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