Bourse – 21SHARES receives the approval of the SFSA and publishes the 2020 prospectus Swiss Stock Alternate: HODL
Zurich | Stockholm – November 20, 2020 – The board of directors of 21Shares AG is pleased to announce the publication of its updated 2020 prospectus, authorized by the Swedish Monetary Supervisory Authority (SFSA – Fi.se).
The prospectus can be found under the website https://21shares.com/ir/#prospectus for quick access.
Under the newly authorized prospectus, the pioneering Swiss crypto ETP issuer receives regulatory approval and continues to deploy institutional grade commodities in Switzerland and Europe on the regulated phase of exchanges.
“The growth of our business – both in terms of assets and product innovation – is a clear testament to our success in our mission to deliver top quality and trusted products to the financial market. Hany Rashwan, CEO of 21Shares AG, mentioned. “As part of the updated prospectus, we will further strengthen our strategy to admit more ETPs on existing and new exchanges.”
21Shares AG has launched a set of 11 completely different commodities in 4 major currencies on all regulated stock exchanges in the DACH area (Germany, Austria and Switzerland), thus advancing Europe in the race towards institutional acceptance of Bitcoin and crypto-currencies. Issuers also announced that it reached a milestone this week by breaking $ 150 million in assets under administration.
21Shares makes investing in crypto assets as easy as buying stocks using your typical dealer or bank. Traders can invest money in cryptocurrencies using a standard ETP (or tracker) construct simply, with confidence and security, at a lower cost thanks to the 21Shares ETP suite launched by 21Shares and now consisting of 11 Crypto ETP: 21Shares Crypto Basket Index ETP (HODL: SW), 21Shares Bitcoin (ABTC: SW), 21Shares Ethereum (AETH: SW), 21Shares XRP (AXRP: SW), 21Shares Bitcoin Cash ETP (ABCH: SW), 21Shares Binance ETP (ABNB: SW), 21Shares Tezos ETP (AXTZ: SW), 21shares Bitcoin Suisse ETP (AB (BA): SW), 21Shares Bitwise 10 ETP (KEYS: SW), Sygnum Platform Winners Index ETP (MOON: SW) and 21Shares Quick Bitcoin ETP (SBTC: SW). The full suite is listed on a regulated framework on the official market of Deutsche Boerse, SIX Swiss Alternate, BX Swiss and a few on Boerse Stuttgart in CHF, USD, GBP and EUR respectively. Founded in 2018, 21Shares is led by a team of knowledgeable serial entrepreneurs and skilled banking professionals from the know-how and currency world. Included in Zug, with workplaces in Zurich, Berlin and New York, the company launched a number of world firsts, as well as the leading listed crypto index (HODL) in November 2018. 21Shares has 11 crypto ETPs listed for the moment and has over $ 150 million AuM in complete listed goods.
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