Vanguard, the investment giant with $6.2 trillion in assets under management, does not currently offer investors exposure to Ethereum.
However, that could soon change.
In a recent interview with CNBC, Vanguard CEO Tim Buckley said that the company is “looking really closely” at Ethereum and other digital assets. He went on to say that Vanguard is “thinking about how we could provide access” to these assets for its clients.
While Vanguard has not made any official announcements about offering Ethereum, Buckley’s comments suggest that the company is seriously considering it. This is significant because Vanguard is one of the largest and most influential investment firms in the world.
If Vanguard does add Ethereum to its products, it would likely be via a fund or ETF. This would make it much easier for regular investors to get exposure to Ethereum without having to buy and manage the coins themselves.
It’s still early days, but Vanguard’s interest in Ethereum is a positive sign for the future of the digital asset. As one of the most trusted names in investing, Vanguard’s endorsement could help legitimize Ethereum and attract even more mainstream adoption.