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Guggenheim Strategic Opportunities Fund (GOF) is considering gaining some “investment exposure" to Bitcoin, a filing shows.


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Guggenheim, the global investment firm with over $295 billion in assets filed an amendment with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday, saying that it’s considering investing in Bitcoin through its Macro Opportunities Fund.

The firm would invest up to 10% of the Macro Opportunities Fund's net asset value in Grayscale Bitcoin Trust

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