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Invesco: Blockchain ETF on the London Stock Exchange tradable

the Although not a Bitcoin ETF, however, a Blockchain ETF: Since Monday, the 11. In March, you can trade on the London Stock Exchange, the Blockchain ETF from

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Invesco: Blockchain ETF on the London Stock Exchange tradable
the Although not a Bitcoin ETF, however, a Blockchain ETF: Since Monday, the 11. In March, you can trade on the London Stock Exchange, the Blockchain ETF from Invesco. The investment company Invesco invests in various companies, which deal with the Blockchain technology and use it to improve their products.

By Phillip Horch
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The introduction of a Bitcoin ETF as a promise of Salvation in the crypto-Community. The hope behind this is mainly the signal of a possible admission. If an official authority such as the Securities and Exchange Commission would allow it to be from the USA, a so-called OTC Fund, so the hope would be to flush the new money into the crypto-cycle. While current projects such as the Bitbond apply to STO as quite promising. But really, the Bitcoin has not found Ecosystem, from the Vale of tears.

Invesco Blockchain ETF invests in technology company

all The more pleasing is the news that there is now a new Blockchain ETF. As the Financial Times reported, this since Monday, may 11. March, on the London Stock Exchange act. The Invesco Elwood Global Blockchain ETF, but first of all, only indirectly, with the crypto-currency Bitcoin. Rather, he invests in selected companies that use the Blockchain technology, which was due to the crypto-currency known. The company called Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing. It produces about Mining Chips, required for the Mining of crypto-currencies.

The basket of companies in the Invesco Elwood Global Blockchain ETF CME Group counts also. This is the exchange operator, once for the introduction of the investment vehicle, Bitcoin Futures is responsible. Other companies, the Financial Times, technology companies such as Apple, Intel or Advanced Micro Devices. Overall, the Portfolio in which you invested with the Invesco Elwood Global Blockchain ETF counts, 48 companies.

Nevertheless: With a Bitcoin ETF, the Whole thing has little to do. Although this is according to a SEC member's only a matter of time, also, there are definitely reasons for admission. Regulatory authorities and financial Supervisory authorities have a hard time worldwide with the regulation of decentralized systems.

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