NYDIG's institutional bitcoin fund has raised $719.9 million to date

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  • NYDIG has sold $719.9 million in investments related to its institutional bitcoin fund, SEC filings show. 
  • The digital investment firm is part of the Stone Ridge Holdings Group, 

A bitcoin fund launched by digital investment services firm NYDIG has raised $719.9 million to date. 

NYDIG Institutional Bitcoin Fund LP has raised the funds from a total of 59 investors, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The filing was made on Friday and shows an increase of just over $28 million in investments since the last raise in 2021, when investments reached $691 million.

The fund has one less investor since the 2021 raise, where the filing registered 60 investors. 

The fund was first registered with the SEC in 2018, raising $31 million from three investors before raising an additional $54 million from six investors in 2019. NYDIG was valued at over $7 billion last December, with the firm saying at the time that it would use the funds to expand its institutional-grade bitcoin platform including support for Lightning network payments, smart contracts, and asset tokenization.

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NYDIG is a subsidiary of Stone which is Stone Ridge Holdings Group, a multi-billion dollar asset management business that also owns Stone Ridge Asset Management LLC.

Last month, Stone Ridge Asset Management LLC filed a liquidation and dissolution plan for its bitcoin strategy fund with the SEC.


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