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HomeCrypto NewsMarketCoinshares Lists Physically-Backed ETPs Of Bitcoin, Ethereum, And Litecoin On Germany Main Exchange Börse Xetra

Coinshares Lists Physically-Backed ETPs Of Bitcoin, Ethereum, And Litecoin On Germany Main Exchange Börse Xetra


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CoinShares (Nasdaq First North Growth Market: CS), Europe largest digital asset investment company, announced today that Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Litecoin (LTC) physically-backed exchange-traded products have been cross-listed on Germany’s Börse Xetra exchange.

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CoinShares introduced a Bitcoin ETP, the first of its ETPs, on Switzerland’s SIX Exchange in January 2021. The ETPs are physically backed by core digital assets under the supervision of Komainu, an institutional-grade digital asset manager, a joint venture between global investment bank Nomura, digital asset security firm Ledger, and CoinShares.

The listing of CoinShares physical Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin ETPs on Börse Xetra follows the company’s approval to distribute ETPs across the European Union and provides institutional investors with the opportunity to invest in digital assets.

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  • CoinShares Physical Bitcoin ISIN: GB00BLD4ZL17 / WKN: A3GPMN
  • CoinShares Physical Ethereum ISIN: GB00BLD4ZM24 / WKN: A3GQ2N
  • CoinShares Physical Litecoin ISIN: GB00BLD4ZP54 / WKN: A3GRUD

CoinShares’ ETP listings are joining a growing number of ETPs on European exchanges. WisdomTree, a New York-based asset manager, announced this month that physically-backed Bitcoin and Ether ETPs, which are already listed on Germany’s Börse Xetra and Switzerland’s SIX, are listed on Euronext exchanges in Paris and Amsterdam.

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