Vinnie Gardiner and Janine Grainger are my two esteemed guests today. You perhaps own Bitcoin directly on your own wallet - after all, not your keys not your coins right? Well, just as you would likely consider diversification in traditional finance, even in your crypto portfolio, you should consider diversification of your custody arrangement.
Last week I had the pleasure of commenting on this exciting new Bitcoin fund by Vault Digital Funds by Stuff - you can read the article here.
Learn more about how to access the Bitcoin only fund on the Invest Now platform.
Check out my latest YouTube video around Bitcoin here
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