For those who don’t know, an ISA in the UK is an ‘individual savings account’, and the ‘stocks and shares ISA’ type allows you to invest up to £20k per year tax free. And there is no catch to the system (correct me if I’m wrong).. you can sell whenever you want etc.

There isn’t an approved BTC ETF in the UK yet. And to me it sound too good for it to become a reality.

PS. I know that this goes against the ‘not your keys, not your coin’ principle, but many ISA providers are probably safer than the average private key holder.

What do you think?

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