Monochrome Asset Management
Monochrome offers a selection of crypto-asset funds to suit varying investor profiles, catering to unique wants and needs.
Monochrome Bitcoin Fund (MBF)
An unlisted, wholesale, passive capital growth fund.
Monochrome Bitcoin Trust (IBTC)
In an Australian first, IBTC is a way for retail investors to own bitcoin in a single regulated structure that gives them an absolute entitlement to their underlying bitcoin.
Monochrome Bitcoin ETF
Bitcoin ETF offering BTC redemption. Coming soon.
Expertly-managed bitcoin and crypto-asset exposure
The Monochrome team has over 150 years of combined experience across traditional financial markets, funds management and digital asset investments, bringing together talent from the likes of BlackRock, Binance Australia, Rest Super and the Financial Ombudsman Service.
Through this depth of expertise across traditional and crypto markets, Monochrome provide investors with Australia's leading crypto-asset products, as well as the secure hands to manage them.
The Monochrome Bitcoin Fund (MBF)
Monochrome's flagship product is 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.
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Latest News and Insights
Landmark Regulator-Approved Retail Bitcoin Trust Becomes First Crypto-Asset Fund to Offer Legal Rights to Bitcoin Holdings
In an Australian first, Monochrome Asset Management has announced today the launch of the Monochrome Bitcoin Trust (IBTC), a regulator-approved crypto-asset retail fund, providing investors with legal rights to their specific bitcoin holdings in the fund.
ESG Series - Governance Part 2: How Poor Governance Leads to Poor Outcomes
Since Bitcoin’s inception in 2008, the interest in Bitcoin and other digital currencies has grown significantly. Between 2010 which saw the very first exchange created which made it simpler to trade bitcoin, to the now arguably saturated marketplace for cryptocurrency exchanges, inadequate governance at cryptocurrency exchanges and other centralised crypto institutions has manifested in poor consumer outcomes.
ESG Series - Governance Part 1: Bitcoin and Governance
Oftentimes within the Environmental-Social-Governance (ESG) framework, Governance can take a back seat to the Environmental and Social elements because they are seen as having farther reaching or more relevant impacts. On the other hand, some of the biggest disasters in human history, such as the Chernobyl Nuclear Accident, can be purely attributed to failures in governance. In general terms, governance refers to the process of how decisions are made and implemented.
ESG Series - Social Part 5: Inflation & Series Conclusion
Conceived in the wake of the 2008 global financial crisis, Bitcoin was created as an alternative to central bank-issued currencies. Years later, and the case for Bitcoin as a monetary rival has been furthered by concerns of high inflation in many smaller or less developed countries, which is devaluing citizens’ savings as the price of staple goods rise.