After months of kicking around at the Securities and Exchange Commission, regulators finally pulled the trigger, approving ProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF, which began trading on Tuesday.

“Putting together a belt and suspenders approach of the regulated futures market and a regulator ETF really provides a robust solution for investors and one they can just put in their brokerage account, trades like a stock,” ProShares Global Investment Strategist Simeon Hyman said during an interview on FOX Business’ ‘The Claman Countdown.’

Days before the ProShares debut, WisdomTree’s Enhanced Commodity Strategy Fund beefed up the ETF by adding a 3% allocation to cash-settled Bitcoin futures traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, giving investors a little crypto mixed in with commodities.

“It invests in a broad array of different commodities from gold to livestock to oil and is really focused on a broad commodity exposure. We thought that adding Bitcoin futures would add further differentiation,” Ryan Louvar, general counsel at WisdomTree, told FOX Business.

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