The firm said it now oversees $40 billion worth of assets. The vast majority of that is in the $33.1 billion Grayscale Bitcoin Trust and $5.7 billion Grayscale Ethereum Trust. The remaining $1.2 billion is in six alt-coin trusts and the multi-asset Grayscale Digital Large cap Fund.
As Bitcoin hits all-time highs and claims $20,000 this week, news of a different kind saw bulls double down on largest altcoin Ethereum. In a press release on December 16, CME Group, one of the first companies to launch Bitcoin futures trading in 2017, confirmed that ether futures would launch in February next year.