Galaxy Digital’s ETH fund is being marketed by Goldman Sachs to its clients

Goldman Sachs and Galaxy Digital have teamed up once more to help the former’s clients obtain greater access to the crypto business, which the latter excels at.

According to a new Securities and Exchange Commission filing, Goldman Sachs has been selling customers exposure to ETH through Galaxy Digital’s Ethereum Fund.

Clients of Goldman Sachs who want to invest in Ethereum (ETH) on the spot have been offered a position in Galaxy’s ETH Fund. Goldman was mentioned as a receiver of introduction fees for introducing clients to the fund in a Galaxy filing dated March 8, revealing this practise.

Galaxy Digital is a crypto-focused financial services company founded by billionaire Mike Novogratz. As of the end of Q4 2021, it had $2.8 billion in assets under management (AUM).

The actual amount purchased by Goldman clients is unknown, although the minimum investment per investor is $250,000. Galaxy’s ETH Fund has made sales of slightly over $50.5 million since its start, according to the report.

Galaxy Digital’s ETH Fund is now being recommended by Goldman Sachs.

CAIS Capital, an independent asset management business, was also named as a receiver of placement fees for sending its clients to Galaxy’s ETH Fund in the petition. Goldman’s introduction fee and CAIS’s placement fee were not revealed.

This isn’t the first time Goldman and Galaxy Digital have collaborated. Goldman started trading Bitcoin (BTC) futures via CME Group Bitcoin futures in June, with Galaxy Digital providing liquidity.

Employees at Goldman Sachs are also becoming more interested in cryptocurrency. Goldman Sachs executive Roger Bartlett revealed on February 25 that he was leaving the traditional financial institution to join the Coinbase cryptocurrency exchange.

In a LinkedIn article, he stated that he will oversee global financial operations to “embrace opportunities afforded by digital assets and its ecosystem.”

Lloyd Blankfein, Senior Chairman of Goldman Sachs, is likewise intrigued by the crypto area. In view of extraordinarily high inflation rates and individual bank accounts being frozen around the world, he wondered on March 7 why cryptocurrency was not “having a moment.”

 

Disclaimer: These are the writer’s opinions and should not be considered investment advice. Readers should do their own research.

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