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The Carbon-Negative ETF: Protect Your Portfolio Against Inflation, Help Fight Climate Change

Stockhouse Editorial
2 Comments| January 21, 2022

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Traders looking to protect their portfolio against inflation while helping fight climate change have a new option with the investment play offered by Accelerate Financial Technologies Inc. (TSX: ABTC, Forum) - the Carbon-Negative Bitcoin ETF.

This ETF aims to provide investors with exposure to the performance of bitcoin by investing in derivatives that provide exposure to bitcoin. The manager of the ETF also intends to sequester over 100% of the estimated carbon dioxide emissions attributable to bitcoin transactions that the ETF is indirectly exposed to by funding decarbonisation initiatives.

One of Canada’s fastest growing alternative investment solution providers, Accelerate has a suite of institutional-calibre alternative ETFs for investors seeking diversification and long-term performance.

How the Accelerate Funds work, is that performance fees, brokerage fees, and expenses all may be associated with investments in the funds,

Accelerate recently announced annual share distributions for its ETFs listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange.



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