Accredited Investors Only
The Bitwise Aave (AAVE) Fund is a smart and secure way to get exposure to AAVE. Get access to the leading DeFi lending and borrowing protocol* with the security and convenience of a traditional investment vehicle managed by a dedicated crypto asset management firm. The Fund offers investors a means of participating in the AAVE market while lowering logistical barriers to entry such as exchange access, custody, and execution costs.
* By total value locked (TVL).
As of December 02, 2021 4pm EDT
Estimated NAV‡: $5.92
|1 Month||3 Months||YTD||12 Months||Since
|The Bitwise Aave Fund*||-25%||-39%||-||-||-41%|
* Fund returns are calculated net of expenses. The Fund is subject to a 2.0% Expense Ratio that includes the management fee, custody charges for holding the fund’s assets charged by the custodian, and customary fees and expenses of the fund administrator and auditor.
** Historical performance of Aave (AAVE) is not illustrative of the performance of the Bitwise Aave (AAVE) Fund. The returns of AAVE are historical and unaudited and do not represent the returns of an actual fund. The historical returns of AAVE do not include the fees and expenses that are charged by any Fund investments. Actual Fund returns may differ materially from the historical returns of AAVE and past performance is not a guarantee of future performance. Please refer to additional important disclosures in the Fact Sheet.
† The Bitwise Aave Fund inception date: April 2, 2021
†† Estimated NAV as of December 02, 2021 4pm EDT; non-GAAP, un-audited.
Weekly, on Tuesday and Thursday
Weekly, on Wednesdays*
Accredited U.S. investors only
* Requires a two-day notice period.
* Expense Ratio includes the management fee, custody charges for holding the fund’s assets charged by the custodian, and customary fees and expenses of the fund administrator and auditor.
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Theorem Fund Services
Audit & Tax
Anchorage Digital Bank
Bitwise Investment Advisers
Shares offered and sold under the exemption provided by Rule 506(c) of Regulation D
The fund intends to be treated as a pass-through partnership for tax purposes. K-1s are prepared for investors.
U.S. bank wires