Category: Boerse Stuttgart

Europe’s New AML Rules Made Crypto More Attractive to Institutions, Says Boerse Stuttgart Exec

The fifth anti-money laundering directive (AMLD5) has unexpectedly increased institutional interest in cryptocurrencies, according to an executive at the crypto trading subsidiary of Boerse Stuttgart. Speaking at the CryptoCompare London conference Tuesday, Boerse Stuttgart’s chief digital officer, Dr. Ulli...

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‘Short Bitcoin’ ETP Available to Investors on Germany’s Second-Largest Exchange

A “short bitcoin” exchange-traded product (ETP), which inversely tracks the value of the top cryptocurrency by market cap, is now available to investors throughout Europe. Swiss crypto product provider 21Shares, formerly known as Amun, said Tuesday its new “SBTC”...

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Boerse Stuttgart Subsidiary Launching Institutional Crypto Custody Services

Blocknox, a subsidiary of second-largest German stock exchange Boerse Stuttgart, is expanding its cryptocurrency custody service to institutional players. According to an announcement from the bourse on Tuesday, Blocknox already provides custody for crypto assets on an “escrow basis”...

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German Stock Exchange Plans International Digital Asset ‘Ecosystem’ Through New Partnership With SBI

German stock exchange owner Boerse Stuttgart Group and Japanese financial giant SBI Group are teaming up on a joint initiative to expand their digital assets businesses internationally. The two firms said in a press release Friday they will establish...

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Exchange-Traded Notes for XRP, Litecoin Launch on Boerse Stuttgart

Germany’s second-largest stock exchange, Boerse Stuttgart, has launched trading for exchange-traded notes (ETNs) based on two cryptocurrencies – XRP and litecoin (LTC). Boerse Stuttgart announced Monday that Sweden-based firm, XBT Provider, is issuing four securities that will track the...

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