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How to Invest in Bitcoin with a Trust

San Francisco • February 26, 2020

A common question that’s surprisingly difficult to find an easy answer to is: How do I invest in bitcoin or crypto using a trust?

A common question that’s surprisingly difficult to find an easy answer to is: How do I invest in bitcoin or crypto using a trust? Many common apps for investing in crypto, like Coinbase, don’t allow trusts.

Luckily, Bitwise makes it easy for trusts to invest in Bitcoin. All types of trusts are eligible, including both revocable and irrevocable. Simply get started with our onboarding process.

  1. Start here.

  2. Select “Individual Investor,” confirm that your trust is an accredited investor, and create a Bitwise Account.

  3. Complete the paperwork, or have it completed by a financial advisor, lawyer, or CPA.

  4. Wire funds from your trust.

  5. It’s that simple. And should you need help along the way, you can email us at investors@bitwiseinvestments.com.

Once a trust invests, the investment can be monitored at any time through an online investor portal. A financial advisor or third party can be given access, and monthly statements as well as tax documents are produced.

Bitwise provides ongoing market commentary and pride ourselves on professional, responsive client service for investors.

Create an account and invest today.


About Bitwise

Based in San Francisco, Bitwise is one of the largest and fastest-growing crypto asset managers. As of year-end 2021, Bitwise managed $1.3 billion across an expanding suite of investment solutions. The firm is known for managing the world’s largest crypto index fund (OTCQX: BITW) and pioneering products spanning Bitcoin, Ethereum, DeFi, and crypto-focused equity indexes. Bitwise focuses on partnering with financial advisors and investment professionals to provide quality education and research. The team at Bitwise combines expertise in technology with decades of experience in traditional asset management and indexing, coming from firms including BlackRock, Blackstone, Meta, and Google, as well as the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Bitwise is backed by leading institutional investors and asset management executives, and has been profiled in Institutional Investor, CNBC, Barron’s, Bloomberg, and The Wall Street Journal.

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