Bitcoin 2021: One development could be ‘huge’ for cryptocurrency’s acceptance, fund manager says
- CNBC, June 8, 2021
Osprey CEO Greg King discusses the growing crypto landscape beyond Bitcoin on Bloomberg Technology
- Bloomberg Technology, May 26, 2021
Is Polkadot the next star cryptocurrency? Why altcoins beat Bitcoin in 2021 – Greg King
- Kitco News, May 9, 2021
Osprey Polkadot Trust Arrives as Institutional Interest in Altcoins Swells
-, May 6, 2021
Osprey’s Greg King Spotlights Bitcoin, Polkadot Trusts
- ETF Prime, May 4, 2021
Osprey Funds Launches Polkadot Trust; Greg King Interview, Founder and CEO
- CoinDesk, April 29, 2021
Osprey Funds launches a Polkadot trust with Coinbase serving as custodian
- The Block, April 28, 2021
Polkadot Regains Bullish Momentum as Osprey Launches Polkadot Trust
- Blockchain News, April 30, 2021
Waiting for the Bitcoin ETFs
- InvestmentNews, April 8, 2021
The New Wave Of Bitcoin Investing; With Greg King Of Osprey Funds
- The Joe Robert Show, April 6, 2021
Osprey Funds CEO: Trust Funds Will Morph Into ETFs
- CoinDesk TV, March 22, 2021
Osprey Funds, Bitcoin Trust Sponsor, Is Going Indie
- ThinkAdvisor, March 18, 2021
The Grayscale Bitcoin Trust is now the largest public holder of bitcoin, but competition is heating up
- Markets Insider, March 17, 2021
Osprey Funds’ Greg King on his outlook for crypto
- CNBC, March 10, 2021
OTC Markets Group Welcomes Osprey Bitcoin Trust to OTCQX
- OTC Markets Group Inc. , March 3, 2021
Bitcoin’s cycle gains averaged 900%; here’s next price target – Greg King
- Kitco News, March 1, 2021
Bitcoin Is Now an Asset Class – So What’s the Next Bitcoin?
- The Street, February 23, 2021
How bitcoin is like a teenager
- CNN Business, February 21, 2021
Osprey’s OBTC: A New, Low-Cost Bitcoin Fund
- Kiplinger, February 19, 2021
Greg King on Bloomberg Technology
- Bloomberg Technology, February 18, 2021
Osprey Funds CEO on how to keep crypto coins safe
- CNBC, February 17, 2021
Bitcoin Trust Launched Today Takes Aim At $37 Billion Grayscale
- Forbes, February 16, 2021
Deciphering Elon: Decentralized Everything Is ‘Inevitable’
- CoinDesk, January 29, 2021
Bitcoin Fee Wars Erupt as Upstart Targets Grayscale’s Billions
- Bloomberg, January 15, 2021
Bitcoin Just Hit a Record High. Here’s the Right Way to Invest in It
- Money, January 8, 2021
A crypto CEO breaks down why he would not be surprised to see Bitcoin and Ethereum rise at least 100% in 2021 — and says the current sell-offs are a ‘very natural and healthy thing’
- Business Insider, January 5, 2021
Bitcoin Shoots Past $20,000. Why It’s the Best-Performing Investment of the Year.
- Barron’s, December 16, 2020
3 drivers of bitcoin prices in 2021
- MarketWatch, December 14, 2020
Here’s how to incorporate Bitcoin into your retirement investments
- Cashay, December 7, 2020
Forget bitcoin. These cryptocurrencies are surging even more
- CNN Business, December 3, 2020
A crypto CEO breaks down why he’s bullish on Bitcoin even after its surge back to $18,000
- Business Insider, November 19, 2020
Bitcoin’s Gunning for a Record and No One’s Talking About It
- Bloomberg, November 16, 2020
Osprey Funds Reopens Bitcoin Trust for Private Placement, Slashes Management Fee, Applies for OTCQX Listing of Trust Units
- Business Wire, November 12, 2020


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Carefully consider the risk factors, investment objectives, fees, expenses, and other information associated with investments in the Osprey Bitcoin Trust, the Osprey Polkadot Trust, and the Osprey Algorand Trust (each, a “Fund,” and together, the “Funds”) or the shares of the applicable Fund (the “Shares”) before making an investment decision regarding the applicable Fund. Such risk factors, investment objectives, fees, expenses and other important information, can be found in the applicable Fund’s Private Placement Memorandum, which can be obtained from Osprey Funds, LLC (“Osprey”), and in the case of the Osprey Bitcoin Trust, the Fund’s financial disclosures, which can be found on (Symbol: OBTC). The financial disclosures available on have been prepared in accordance with the Alternative Reporting Standard and have not been filed with, reviewed, or approved by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) or any other regulatory agency or state securities commission. Any representation to the contrary is a criminal offense. Such documents may not contain all of the information necessary for a prospective investor to make a fully informed investment decision, and all investors are encouraged to read all available documents prior to making an investment decision. There also may be security risks.

Each Fund is a speculative investment that involves a high degree of risk and uncertainty, and is not suitable for investors who cannot afford to lose their entire investment. There is also no guarantee that either Fund will meet its investment objective.

Moreover, there can be no assurance that the value of the Shares of the Osprey Bitcoin Trust, traded on the secondary market under ticker symbol “OBTC,” will reflect the value of the Osprey Bitcoin Trust’s net assets. Such Shares may trade at a substantial premium over, or a substantial discount to, the value of the Fund’s net assets (“Net Asset Value” or “NAV”), because, among other factors, the Osprey Bitcoin Trust does not currently operate a redemption program, and because, among other factors, the Osprey Bitcoin Trust’s Shares when initially issued are generally subject to a holding period under Rule 144 of the Securities Act of 1933 (“Securities Act”). Therefore, the performance of the Osprey Bitcoin Trust’s Shares in the secondary market may deviate significantly from the performance of the Fund’s NAV per Share.

No Advice on Investment; Risk of Loss: Prior to making any investment decision in respect of a Fund or Shares of a Fund, each investor must undertake its own independent examination and investigation of the applicable Fund, including the merits and risks involved in an investment in the applicable Fund or Shares, and must base its investment decision – including a determination whether Shares would be a suitable investment for the investor – on such examination and investigation and must not rely on Osprey or the applicable Fund in making such investment decision. Prospective investors must not construe the contents of this website as legal, tax, investment, or other advice. Each prospective investor is urged to consult with its own advisors with respect to legal, tax, regulatory, financial, accounting and similar consequences of investing in either Fund, the suitability of the investment for such investor and other relevant matters concerning an investment in a Fund. This website contains an overview summary of the terms of each Fund. The summary set forth on this website does not purport to be complete, and is qualified in its entirety by reference to the definitive offering documents relating to the Fund and, if available in addition, for the Osprey Bitcoin Trust, the Fund’s financial disclosures, which can be found on (Symbol: OBTC). Do not place undue reliance on this website.

The Shares of neither Fund are registered under the Securities Act, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the Investment Company Act of 1940, or any state securities laws . Osprey is not registered as an investment adviser under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, and is not registered as a commodity pool operator or commodity trading adviser under the Commodity Exchange Act.

Shares of or interests in the Funds are offered in private placements pursuant to the exemption from registration provided by Section 4(a)(2) of the Securities Act and Rule 506 of Regulation D promulgated thereunder and other exemptions of similar import in the laws of the states and jurisdictions where the offering will be made and are only issued and sold directly by the Fund to accredited investors. As a result, the Shares of the Funds, when initially sold, are restricted and subject to significant limitations on transfer and resale. Prospective investors in the Funds should very carefully consider such risks prior to making any investment decision, including the fact that neither Fund currently offer a redemption program. This website is neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation to buy Shares in either Fund. Any such offer or solicitation will be made solely through definitive offering documents, identified as such, which will contain information about each Fund’s investment objectives and terms and conditions of an investment and may also describe risks and tax information related to an investment therein and which qualifies in its entirety the information set forth on this website.

The Shares of the Osprey Bitcoin Trust that are publicly quoted on the OTCQX market operated by the OTC Market Group Inc. (“OTCQX”) are Shares that either were sold originally to investors “unrestricted” in a limited offering pursuant to Rule 504 under the Securities Act, or that became “unrestricted” under Rule 144 of the Securities Act one year and a day subsequent to the date that the Shares were originally issued under Rule 506 under the Securities Act (although Shares held by affiliates and insiders are subject to additional restrictions on resales, including restrictions on the number of Shares that may be resold within any three-month period). Shares of the Osprey Bitcoin Trust that are unrestricted may be quoted on OTCQX and may be purchased and sold throughout the trading day through any brokerage account with access to such markets.

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