An investment trust in the context of cryptocurrency is a financial instrument that allows investors to gain exposure to digital assets, such as cryptocurrencies, through the purchase and management of securities associated with those assets.
An investment trust gives investors access to cryptocurrency assets without having to buy and hold cryptocurrencies directly. This can be attractive to investors who want exposure to cryptocurrencies but prefer not to manage their own digital wallets or do not have the necessary expertise in cryptocurrency transactions.
An investment trust is a collective investment vehicle that collects money from investors and manages it to generate income from cryptocurrency assets. The trust may own and manage a variety of cryptocurrencies as well as other related assets such as crypto funds and securities related to cryptocurrencies.
Investment trusts can offer a variety of investment strategies, such as investing in cryptocurrencies over the long term, trading based on market analysis, or using other strategies to profit from cryptocurrency assets.