Grayscale reported on Thursday that the company’s Digital Large Cap Fund (GDLC) had applied with the Securities and Exchange Commission to become an SEC Reporting Company, a third of its investment funds as a reporting entity (SEC).
Grayscale to Become an SEC Reporting Company
Grayscale, a crypto asset manager, has applied to the Securities and Exchange Commission to become a reporting company, a third of its investment funds as a reporting entity (SEC).
Grayscale reported on Thursday that the company’s Digital Large Cap Fund (GDLC) had filed the application with the Securities and Exchange Commission intending to hold large-cap crypto assets that makeup 70% of the digital asset market. The registration becomes valid until the SEC declares it to be so.
Today we voluntarily filed for Form 10 with the SEC for $GDLC. If effective, it would designate GDLC as Grayscale’s third digital currency investment vehicle to become an SEC reporting company, following $GBTC as the first and $ETHE as the second in the US.https://t.co/z0KkJ7OMbu
— Grayscale (@Grayscale) May 13, 2021
This legislation imposes daily reporting requirements, but it also has the potential to draw more cautious investors.
If approved, the GDLC would be required to file quarterly and annual financial reports, as well as other Exchange Amendment documents. The decision is also the first step to make the GDLC a publicly traded asset, as SEC approval would require the fund’s capital to be verified with the commission.
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According to data extracted from the company’s website, GDLC was launched in 2019 that has grown almost 300% and at present, it holds $630.1 million assets under management.
Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Litecoin (LTC), and Chainlink’s LINK are the five cryptocurrencies that characterize GDLC.
Grayscale’s Large Cap Fund currently has over $630 million in assets under administration, according to the most recent report on Wednesday. Overall, the company holds $53.1 billion in cash.
Grayscale liquidated XRP from the market-cap-weighted GDLC fund in January, about the SEC’s grievance against Ripple.