Deutsche Börse's SIX Swiss Exchange and Xetra have added Fidelity International's physically-backed Bitcoin ETP to their platforms, CoinDesk reports.
According to the company, the instrument, which will trade with the ticker FBTC, tracks the price of bitcoin (EXANTE: Bitcoin) and is available to professional clients of Fidelity International in Europe. Custodial services are provided by Fidelity Digital Assets.
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We should remember that Fidelity International was established in 1969 as a subsidiary of the financial corporation Fidelity Investments. In 1980, it became an independent investment company with $812.8 billion in assets.
WisdomTree announced in November last year the listing of three crypto ETPs on the SIX Swiss Exchange and Xetra. In the same month, the German stock exchange made a similar decision in relation to the “physical” Bitcoin ETP from investment company Invesco.