Grayscale Investments has added Solana and Unsoap to its large-cap investment fund. This is the first time Solana Grayscale has been added to the fund. The company now provides 15 funds, including two diversified portfolios.
Solana and Uniswap have been added to the Grayscale Fund
Grayscale Investments, the world’s largest digital currency asset manager, announced quarterly rearrangements of its two diversified portfolios on Friday: large-cap funds and DFI (decentralized finance) funds.
For the Grayscale Digital Large Cap Fund (OTCQX: GDLC), the company sells some of the existing components and uses the cash to buy Solana (SOL) and uniswap (UNI). Grayscale says:
[This is] For the first time Solana (SOL) will be included in a grayscale investment vehicle.
This was the first time Uniswap was added to the large-cap fund. However, Token Grayscale has been in the Defy Fund since the portfolio was launched in July.
At the end of the day on October 1, the large-cap fund component was Bitcoin (BTC), 62.19%; Etherium (ETH), 26.08%; Cardano (ADA), 5.11%; Solana (SOL), 3.24%; uniswap (UNI), 1.06%; Chainlink (LINK), 0.82%; litecoin (LTC), 0.77%; And
Bitcoin Cash (BCH), 0.73%.
The addition of Solana and Uniswap after Cardano (ADA) was added to the Large-Cap Fund announced in July.
For the Grayscale Defy Fund, no new tokens have been added or removed. At the end of the day on 1 October, the components of the fund were Aniswap (UNI), 45.20%; aave (AAVE), 14.11%; makerdao (MKR), 7.84%; Sushi (sushi), 7.18%; Compound, 6.73%; Synthetics (SNX), 6.29%; Desired Money (YFI), 3.92%; Curve (CRV), 3.53%; Banker Network Token (BNT), 3.04%; And UMA Protocol (UMA), 2.16%.
As of October 1, Grayscale’s total assets under management (AUM) were 41 41.5 billion. In addition to the Large-Cap Fund and Defy Fund, the company also offers Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Basic Attention Token, ChainLink, Decentland, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Filecoin, Horizon, Lightcoin, LivePear, Stellar Lumens and zcash.
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