The Swiss fintech company – 21Shares – announced the listing of three exchange-traded products on Euronext Paris and Amsterdam. The ETPs will track the performance of Chainlink, Terra, and Uniswap.
More ETPS From 21Shares
The Switzerland-based investment product issuer has been active on the digital asset scene lately. Last week, it listed Aave, Chainlink, and Uniswap ETPs on the BX Swiss.
According to a document seen by CryptoPotato, the company continued by adding three cryptocurrency exchange-traded products on Euronext Paris and Amsterdam. The underlying assets are Chainlink, Terra, and Uniswap.
21Shares described the first as a “sophisticated oracle network” that allows developers to create efficient blockchains for real-time data and computation. Chainlink could be employed in insurance products, NFTs, decentralized finance, and gaming applications. The ETP will trade under the ticker ALANK NA, ISIN on Euronext Amsterdam, and ALANK FP, ISIN on Euronext Paris.
Terra is among the largest ecosystems in the digital asset universe, having more than $18 billion in total value locked (TVL), 21Shares continued. A top feature is its borrowing protocol – Anchor – allowing investors to general yields on their investments. Terra’s ETP symbols will be LUNA FP ISIN on both Euronext Amsterdam and Paris.
21Shares described Uniswap as an advanced protocol that delivers liquidity and trading for tokens part of the Ethereum blockchain. Its ecosystem has integrated more than 300 tools and applications, with a trading volume of over $780 billion. Ticker for Euronext Amsterdam: AUNI NA, ISIN and AUNI FP, ISIN for Euronext Paris.
Hany Rashwan – CEO and Co-Founder at the Swiss company – opined that the newest opportunities will allow investors to become part of the “unique, innovative, and fast-growing crypto ecosystem.”
“This is another exciting addition for us as we continue to expand our massive product suite,” he concluded.
The First Issuer of Crypto ETNs on Nasdaq Stockholm
At the end of last year, 21Shares listed physically-backed cryptocurrency exchange-traded notes on Nasdaq Stockholm with Bitcoin (ticker symbol: ABTC) and Ethereum (AETH) as underlying assets. Thus, the entity became the first issuer of such financial products on that stock market.
Rashwan outlined back then that Nasdaq Stockholm is one of the most “tech-forward” global exchanges. “Our partnership is a strong endorsement of 21Shares’ mission to make cryptos more accessible in a simple and regulated manner,” the exec stated.
It is worth noting that in 2015 Nasdaq Stockholm became one of the first bourses to trade exchange-listed products with bitcoin as an underlying asset.