Lido DAO (LDO) enters the Bitwise Decentralized Finance Crypto Index; no changes to the Bitwise 10 Large Cap Crypto Index
SAN FRANCISCO, August 01, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Bitwise Index Services, the indexing subsidiary of Bitwise Asset Management, today announced the results of the monthly reconstitution of the Bitwise Crypto Indexes, which took place on July 29, 2022, at 4 p.m. ET.
There were no changes to the constituents of the Bitwise 10 Large Cap Crypto Index as a result of the July 29, 2022 reconstitution. As of July 29, 2022, at 4 p.m. ET, the Bitwise 10 Large Cap Crypto Index held the following constituents: 62.42% Bitcoin (BTC), 28.26% Ethereum (ETH), 2.43% Cardano (ADA), 1.98% Solana (SOL), 1.28% Polkadot (DOT), 1.04% Polygon (MATIC), 0.95% Avalanche (AVAX), 0.59% Litecoin (LTC), 0.56% Uniswap (UNI), and 0.51% Chainlink (LINK).
There was one change to the constituents of the Bitwise Decentralized Finance Crypto Index as a result of the July 29, 2022 reconstitution: Lido DAO entered the index, replacing Bancor (BNT). As of July 29, 2022, at 4 p.m. ET, the Bitwise Decentralized Finance Crypto Index held the following constituents: 42.00% Uniswap (UNI), 13.86% Aave (AAVE), 10.36% Maker (MKR), 7.93% Lido DAO Token (LDO), 7.71% Curve DAO Token (CRV), 5.44% Loopring (LRC), 4.24% Compound (COMP), 3.57% Yearn Finance (YFI), 2.92% 0x (ZRX), and 1.97% SushiSwap (SUSHI).
There were no changes to the constituents of the Bitwise 10 ex Bitcoin Large Cap Crypto Index as a result of the July 29, 2022 reconstitution. As of July 29, 2022, at 4 p.m. ET, the Bitwise 10 ex Bitcoin Large Cap Crypto Index held the following constituents: 75.19% Ethereum (ETH), 6.46% Cardano (ADA), 5.26% Solana (SOL), 3.40% Polkadot (DOT), 2.76% Polygon (MATIC), 2.53% Avalanche (AVAX), 1.57% Litecoin (LTC), 1.49% Uniswap (UNI), and 1.36% Chainlink (LINK).
The Bitwise Crypto Indexes are reconstituted on a monthly basis according to the rules of the Bitwise Crypto Index Methodology as applied by the Bitwise Crypto Index Committee. Minutes of the July 2022 Bitwise Crypto Index Committee meeting are publicly available here.
The Bitwise Crypto Innovators 30 Index of equities reconstitutes quarterly and as a result had no changes as of July 29, 2022. As of July 29, 2022 at 4 p.m. ET, the following were the 10 largest constituents of the Bitwise Crypto Innovators 30 Index: 12.79% MicroStrategy (MSTR), 12.31% Silvergate Capital (SI), 9.59% Coinbase Global Inc. (COIN), 6.75% Marathon Digital Holdings (MARA), 5.39% Riot Blockchain (RIOT), 4.89% Canaan Inc. (CAN), 4.60% Galaxy Digital Holdings (GLXY CN), 4.55% Bakkt Holdings Inc. (BKKT), 4.13% Core Scientific (CORZ) and 3.56% Bit Digital Inc. (BTBT). The index methodology for the Bitwise Crypto Innovators 30 Index of equities is available here.
The Bitwise Blue-Chip NFT Collections Index reconstitutes quarterly and as a result had no changes as of July 29, 2022. As of July 29, 2022, at 4 p.m. ET, the Bitwise Blue-Chip NFT Collections Index held the following constituents: 29.62% Bored Ape Yacht Club, 27.18% CryptoPunks, 12.06% Mutant Ape Yacht Club, 7.29% Moonbirds, 6.22% CloneX, 4.14% Doodles, 3.90% Meebits, 3.80% Azuki, 2.97% Chromie Squiggle, and 2.81% VeeFriends. The index methodology for the Bitwise Blue-Chip NFT Collections Index is available here.
About Bitwise Asset Management
Based in San Francisco, Bitwise is one of the largest and fastest-growing crypto asset managers. As of year-end 2021, Bitwise managed over $1.3 billion across an expanding suite of investment solutions. The firm is known for managing the world’s largest crypto index fund (OTCQX: BITW) and pioneering products spanning Bitcoin, Ethereum, DeFi and crypto-focused equity indexes. Bitwise focuses on partnering with financial advisors and investment professionals to provide quality education and research. The team at Bitwise combines expertise in technology with decades of experience in traditional asset management and indexing, coming from firms including BlackRock, Blackstone, Facebook and Google, as well as the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Bitwise is backed by leading institutional investors and asset management executives, and has been profiled in Institutional Investor, CNBC, Barron’s, Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal.
Carefully consider the investment objectives, risk factors, and charges and expenses of any Bitwise investment product before investing. Investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal. There is no guarantee or assurance that the methodology used by Bitwise or any of the Bitwise investment products will result in any Bitwise investment product achieving positive investment returns or outperforming other investment products. There is no guarantee or assurance that an investor’s investment objectives will be met through an investment into any Bitwise investment product, and an investor may lose money. Investors into any Bitwise investment product should be willing to accept a high degree of volatility in the price of such investment product and the possibility of significant losses. Bitwise investment products involve a substantial degree of risk. Certain Bitwise investment products may be available only to institutional and individual accredited investors.
Certain of the Bitwise investment products may be subject to the risks associated with investing in crypto assets, including cryptocurrencies and crypto tokens. Because crypto assets are a new technological innovation with a limited history, they are a highly speculative asset. Future regulatory actions or policies may limit the ability to sell, exchange or use a crypto asset. The price of a crypto asset may be impacted by the transactions of a small number of holders of such crypto asset. Crypto assets may decline in popularity, acceptance or use, which may impact their price. The technology relating to crypto assets and blockchain is new and developing. Currently, there are a limited number of publicly listed or quoted companies for which crypto assets and blockchain technology represent an attributable and significant revenue stream.
NFTs are an extremely new artistic and cultural phenomenon, and interest in such artwork could wane. If the demand for NFT artwork diminishes, the prices of NFT items could be negatively affected. The market for NFTs can be subject to shallow trade volume, extreme hoarding, low liquidity and high bankruptcy risk. NFTs are also subject to risks and challenges associated with intellectual property rights and fraud.
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