The passive indexes cover crypto miners, infrastructure companies and crypto-adjacent companies by tracking public companies and a handful of “select” investment products, according to a press release. Galaxy said the goal is to “cover the full breadth” of crypto tech for investors.
"Our data now spans far more of the crypto and blockchain ecosystem, aligning with our mission to empower investors with the tools they need to access every investable corner of the asset class," Galaxy Digital Head of Asset Management Steve Kurz told CoinDesk through a spokesperson.
The tie-up with Alerian will bring eight new crypto and blockchain indexes to market.
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