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Bitwise Introduces NFT-Mintable Ethereum (ETH) Advertisement

Bitwise Expands Crypto Ecosystem with NFT-Mintable Ethereum Launch

Bitwise, a prominent issuer of Spot Bitcoin ETFs, is making waves in the crypto ecosystem with its latest move to promote Ethereum’s unique capabilities. The firm recently launched a Non-Fungible Token (NFT)-mintable Ethereum campaign, marking a significant milestone in the world of cryptocurrency.

The campaign, titled “Big Finance Sleeps,” showcases Ethereum’s availability and versatility compared to traditional finance and tech platforms. Bitwise is offering the commercial as an NFT, allowing crypto enthusiasts to own a piece of history. Notably, 50% of the proceeds from the NFT sales will go to the Protocol Guild to support Ethereum open-source developers, while the other 50% will benefit the actors involved in the campaign.

Victoria Kulbanska Anderson, Bitwise’s Head of Growth Marketing, emphasized the importance of highlighting Ethereum’s potential to disrupt the status quo. She stated, “There’s something about personifying Ethereum as a contrast to legacy financial and tech platforms that both highlights its potential and spotlights just how inefficient the status quo can be.”

In addition to the NFT campaign, Bitwise is also awaiting approval from the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for its spot Ethereum ETF. The firm recently filed an amended S-1 for the ETF, with a $2.5 million seed investment and interest from Pantera to invest $100 million in the Ether ETF.

Overall, Bitwise’s expansion into the Ethereum ecosystem demonstrates its commitment to innovation and its belief in the disruptive potential of cryptocurrencies. As the crypto industry continues to evolve, Bitwise remains at the forefront, pushing boundaries and exploring new opportunities in the digital asset space.

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