- This indicator illustrates the premium of GBTC and the European equivalent, BTCE. Relative to the spot price of Bitcoin
- It represents the premium investors are willing to pay to be able to gain exposure to Bitcoin . Whilst holding them in an investment vehicle such as a 401k or an ISA.
- The premiums can be plotted. GBTC vs BTCUSD and BTCE vs BTCEUR
This script simply shows the premium (when positive) and discount (when negative) associated with GBTC as compared with its estimated NAV based on BTC underlying holdings. This will of course need to be updated frequently for accuracy, but it serves as a rough estimate for educational purposes.
Overlay the Net Asset Value per Unit (NAVPU) of 4 different Bitcoin Funds on your Bitcoin chart.
This indicator uses the metrics from the fund management websites to calculate the "Net Asset Value per Unit (NAVPU)" to display the true underlying value of the fund.
Note that the metrics can change and therefore...
This script estimates GBTC bitcoins per share, rather than hardcoding as in other scripts. Its result is an estimate of GBTC holdings USD market value.
Per share bitcoin estimates are adjusted by 2.0% / 365 per day from 2019 year end holdings. Calendar year 2019 ending bitcoins and shares were 261,192 bitcoins and 269,445,300 shares. From the 2019 Form 10-K: 'The...
It is rumored that GBTC price action leads the Bitcoin market. This indicator compares GBTC fomo/panic levels to the (Binance) BTC spot market. Fomo is measured as large percentage moves of the high price from the min over a look-back period. Panic is measured as large percentage moves of the low price from the max over a look-back period. A prime example of this...
I updated the GBTC premium percentage indicator to the average bitcoin price (average between bitfinex, coinbase, bitstamp, bittrex, and gemini). I also left this new script open so you can update the amount of bitcoin per share because it is always changing. you can find the amount of bitcoin per share at grayscale.co half way down on the left.