ELTC will grow to be the ETC Group’s third product, following the launch of ZETH in March and BTCE in 2020
The ETC Group Litecoin ETC (ELTC) is about to listing on the Deutsche Boerse on 14 April with a complete expense ratio (TER) of two%.
Turning into the primary Litecoin ETP to listing on the German trade, ELTC will monitor the worth of litecoin and allow buyers to again crypto with the added safety of central counterparty clearance (CCP).
This centralised mechanism provides crypto buyers the identical regulatory protections as share merchants, with a regulated trade itemizing designed to scale back counterparty threat when buying and selling.
Just lately authorized by the Federal Monetary Supervisory Authority (BaFin), ELTC is bodily replicated and provides buyers a redemption characteristic for a sum of Litecoin outlined on the level of buy.
ELTC’s launch is about towards the backdrop of litecoin rallying 342% over the trailing 12-month interval, turning into the nineth-largest cryptocurrency by market cap.
Bradley Duke, CEO of ETC Group, stated institutional backing units the present crypto rally other than previous bull runs, and added demand for safe, liquid and CCP merchandise will bolster assist for the ETP construction.
“The present financial uncertainty has underlined the attraction of crypto property for buyers as they provide alternatives for diversification from conventional property resembling equities and bonds, and powerful hedging qualities towards inflation,” Duke added.
“However it’s a crowded market with greater than 8,700 cryptocurrencies, making it tough for buyers to pick out property and to retailer and handle them.”
ELTC shall be marketed and distributed by white label issuer, HANetf, with the businesses beforehand collaborating on the launch of ETC Group’s first product, the BTCetc Bitcoin Exchange Traded Cryptocurrency (BTCE).
The pair additionally partnered to launch the ETC Group Physical Ethereum ETP (ZETH) on 9 March, the joint-first centrally cleared ethereum ETP to launch in Europe, alongside the 21Shares Ethereum ETP (21XE).
CoinShares was the primary issuer to launch a litecoin ETP, the CoinShares Bodily Litecoin (LITE), on the SIX Swiss Change on 6 April.
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