Here are three Blockchain ETFs that have outperformed the stock market indexes year to date.

Amplify Transformational Data Sharing ETF (BLOK:NYSE): This ETF seeks to provide investors with total return. The fund is actively managed to provide total return by investing at least 80% of its net assets in the stocks of companies actively involved in the development and utilization of transformational data sharing technologies. It invests globally wherever it finds opportunities.[1]

Top 10 Holdings (40.98% of Total Assets)
Name/Symbol/% Assets
PayPal Holdings Inc PYPL 5.05%
Square Inc A SQ 4.88%
Voyager Digital Ltd VYGR 4.61%
MicroStrategy Inc Class A MSTR 4.56%
Argo Blockchain PLC ARB.L 4.29%
Galaxy Digital Holdings Ltd GLXY 3.89%
SBI Holdings Inc 8473 3.53%
Silvergate Capital Corp Class A SI 3.52%
Digital Garage Inc 4819 3.46%
Marathon Digital Holdings Inc MARA 3.19%

Siren Nasdaq NexGen Economy ETF (BLCN:NASDAQ) This ETF seeks long-term growth by tracking the investment returns of the Siren Nasdaq Blockchain Economy Index. At least 80% of the fund’s assets will be invested in component securities of the index. The index is designed to track the returns of companies that are committing to developing, researching, supporting, innovating or utilizing blockchain technology for their own use or for use by other companies. This fund is not diversified.[2]

Top 10 Holdings (19.09% of Total Assets)
Name/ Symbol/ % Assets
Canaan Inc ADR CAN 2.38%
Galaxy Digital Holdings Ltd GLXY 2.17%
Square Inc A SQ 2.06%
Barclays PLC ADR BCS.L 1.96%
Daimler AG DAI.DE 1.87% Inc ADR JD 1.82%
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd GDR SMSN.KS 1.73%
Microsoft Corp MSFT 1.71%
Accenture PLC Class A ACN 1.70%
JPMorgan Chase & Co JPM 1.69%

First Trust Indxx Innovative Transaction & Process ETF (LEGR:NASDAQ) This ETF’s goal is to track returns of the Indxx Blockchain Index. The fund will invest at least 90% of its assets in stocks and depositary receipts that comprise the index. The index is designed to track the performance of companies that are either actively using, investing in, developing, or have products that will benefit from blockchain technology and/or the potential for increased efficiency that it provides to business models.[3]

Top 10 Holdings (14.25% of Total Assets)
Name/Symbol/% Assets
NVIDIA Corp NVDA 1.49% Inc AMZN 1.45%
Oracle Corp ORCL 1.45%
International Business Machines Corp IBM 1.44%
A. P. Moller Maersk A/S B MAERSK B 1.41%
Accenture PLC Class A ACN 1.41%
Fujitsu Ltd 6702 1.41%
Wipro Ltd ADR WIT.BO 1.38%
Worldline SA WLN.PA 1.38%


Current Best Blockchain ETFs in 2021
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