After closing last month, Grayscale Investments, a digital asset manager, has reopened its multiple cryptocurrency products to new investors.
According to its website, trusts for Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum Classic, Litecoin, and the Digital Large Cap Fund now accept customers again, but Grayscale Ethereum Trust does not.
The cryptocurrency asset manager's website stated on December 21 that six products were "unavailable" to new investors.
Although no explanation was given, this move was not uncommon: Grayscale regularly closes its cryptocurrency trust to investors.
As of press time, the XRP Trust is also closed.
On January 5, after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed a lawsuit against Ripple, accusing it of unregistered XRP token securities sale, Grayscale announced the removal of XRP from its Digital Large Cap Fund.
According to data released by Grayscale on Monday, assets under management were $24.5 billion, of which Grayscale Bitcoin Trust has the largest share with $20.6 billion.
New York-headquartered Grayscale is owned by Digital Currency Group.