Bridging the gap from crypto markets to regulated investment structures, Monochrome's funds provide investors convenience and protection when gaining exposure to bitcoin.
Specialist Fund Manager
Monochrome is a specialist digital fund manager. With several members of the team previously working at the likes of Binance Australia, BlackRock and IFM Investors, Monochrome offers investors the honed management required for crypto-asset exposure.
Insured Qualified Custody
Assets are securely stored with institutional-grade practices by appointed licensed custodians.
Compliant with SISA 1993 and SISR 1994, Monochrome products utilise structures and procedures that meet all core trustee and audit requirements.
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Monochrome Bitcoin ETF
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Monochrome Bitcoin Fund
Our flagship product, The Monochrome Bitcoin Fund. A passive buy and hold index fund, designed for wholesale, institutional, family office investors, providing regulated exposure to Bitcoin through the traditional and familiar framework of a unit trust.
News and Insights
In this second instalment of the E in ESG series from Monochrome Research, we explain Bitcoin’s Proof-of-Work consensus mechanism, the source of its power consumption. An explanation of both endogenous and exogenous incentives for Bitcoin miners will also be given, and a breakdown of the Bitcoin mining industry’s position as a near-perfectly competitive market will be analysed.
It is often claimed that Bitcoin offers little use to a society that traditionally operates using fiat currency. Others maintain the perspective that Bitcoin is solely an investment tool used to generate capital gains or diversify a portfolio. Whilst the latter perspective may be valid, it is limited. Bitcoin can be viewed as a highly disruptive technology which may have the potential to evolve our financial system.
In this five-part series on Bitcoin and the environment, we aim to deliver a thorough overview and context of Bitcoin’s energy use and environmental impact. First, one must understand what drives Bitcoin’s energy use. From there we provide an overview of the current state of the Bitcoin Network from an energy consumption point of view, alongside important industry trends and metrics.