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Benefit from the diversification and upside potential of the world’s most actively traded crypto-assets. FlowBank offers you a broad selection of crypto ETFs, ETPs, ETNs, funds as well as crypto derivative solutions.

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Name Ticker Underlying Crypto Pricing
Ether Tracker Certificate USD SETH SE Ethereum (ETH) 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
21Shares Bitcoin ETP ABTC SE Bitcoin (BTC) 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
21Shares Ethereum ETP AETH SE Ethereum (ETH) 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
21Shares Ripple XRP ETP AXRP SE Ripple (XRP) 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
21Shares Binance BNB ETP ABNB SE Binance Coin (BNB) 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
21Shares Polkadot ETP ADOT SE Polkadot (DOT) 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
21Shares Crypto Basket Index ETP HODL SE Top 5 crypto 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
21Shares Bitwise Select 10 ETP KEYS SE Top 10 crypto 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
21Shares Bitcoin ETP ABTCEUR SE Bitcoin (BTC) 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
21Shares Ethereum ETP AETHEUR SE Ethereum (ETH) 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
21Shares Crypto Basket Index ETP HODLEUR SE Top 5 crypto 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
21Shares Bitcoin ETP ABTCGBP SE Bitcoin (BTC) 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
21Shares Ethereum ETP AETHGBP SE Ethereum (ETH) 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
21Shares Crypto Basket Index ETP HODLGBP SE Top 5 crypto 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
Sygnum Platform Winners Index ETP MOON 21Shares Sygnum Platform Winners Index 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
BTCetc – ETC Group Physical Bitcoin BTCE Bitcoin (BTC) 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
15 FiCAS Active Crypto ETP BTCA Top 15 crypto 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
3iQ CoinShares BTCQ Bitcoin (BTC) 0.10 % (min 6.50 CHF)
WisdomTree Bitcoin BTCW Bitcoin (BTC) 0.10 % (min 6.50 CHF)
Bitcoin Tracker Certificate USD SBTC.U SE Bitcoin (BTC) 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
Bitcoin Tracker Certificate CHF SBTC.C SE Bitcoin (BTC) 0.0 % (min 0 CHF)
The Ether Fund QETH.U Ethereum (ETH) 0.15 % (min 6.50 USD)
The Bitcoin Fund QBTC Bitcoin (BTC) 0.15 % (min 6.50 USD)
Bitcoin ETF EBIT.U Bitcoin (BTC) 0.15 % (min 6.50 USD)
Purpose Bitcoin ETF BTCC.U Bitcoin (BTC) 0.15 % (min 6.50 USD)
CI Galaxy Bitcoin ETF BTCX.U Bitcoin (BTC) 0.15 % (min 6.50 USD)
VanEck Vectors Bitcoin ETN VBTC Bitcoin (BTC) 0.15 % (min 6.50 USD)
Bitcoin / US Dollar BTC/USD Bitcoin (BTC) Spreads from 0.3 %
Ethereum / US Dollar ETH/USD Ethereum Spreads from 0.35 %
Bitcoin Cash / US Dollar BCH/USD Bitcoin Cash Spreads from 0.9 %
Litecoin / US Dollar LTC/USD Litecoin Spreads from 0.9 %
Eos/US Dollar EOS/USD Eos Spreads from 1.2 %
Stellar / US Dollar XLM/USD Stellar Spreads from 1.2 %
Neo / US Dollar NEO/USD Neo Spreads from 0.9 %
Dogecoin /US Dollar DOGE/USD Dogecoin Spreads from 1.3 %
UniSwap/US Dollar UNI/USD UniSwap Spreads from 1.3 %
ChainLink /US Dollar LINK/USD ChainLink Spreads from 1 %
Helveteq Bitcoin Zero ETP BTC02 Bitcoin (BTC) 0.10 % (min 6.50 CHF)
Helveteq Ether Zero ETP ETH20 Ethereum (ETH) 0.10 % (min 6.50 CHF)
BlackRock - iShares Bitcoin Trust IBIT Bitcoin (BTC) 0.10 % (min 6.50 CHF)
Grayscale - Bitcoin Trust ETF GBTC Bitcoin (BTC) 0.10 % (min 6.50 CHF)
The Valkyrie Bitcoin and Ether Strategy ETF BTF Bitcoin (BTC) 0.10 % (min 6.50 CHF)
Ark Invest - ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF ARKB Bitcon (BTC) 0.10 % (min 6.50 CHF)
Invesco - Galaxy Bitcoin ETF BTCO Bitcon (BTC) 0.10 % (min 6.50 CHF)
Bitwise - Bitcoin ETF Trust BITB Bitcon (BTC) 0.10 % (min 6.50 CHF)

Crypto-asset products available on our platforms

Crypto ETPs

ETPs provide investors with access to crypto assets via a traditional investment infrastructure. These securities are designed to replicate the performance of the underlying asset. They are 100% physically backed and segregated.


Crypto ETFs, ETNs, & Closed-end Funds

By investing in crypto ETFs, crypto ETNs,  or passive index closed-end funds, you can track the performance of one or several digital tokens that can be traded on traditional exchanges.


Crypto Tracker Certificates

These are derivative products that replicate the performance of an underlying crypto simply, inexpensively, and with high liquidity. They trade as any other standard share listed on the exchange.


The advantages of trading crypto-assets with us


Benefit from an efficient and convenient way to invest in crypto-assets.

  • No wallet required. No risk of losing your private keys or having your digital wallet being frozen. Skip the hassle of self-tracking your cryptocurrency gains.
  • Easy to trade. You can buy and sell crypto-asset products seamlessly in your portfolio, just like buying your favorite stock.
  • Diversify your exposure to a fast-growing asset class.  Thanks to a large choice of crypto assets, you can invest in cryptos while diversifying your risk. 
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What is cryptocurrency trading?

Cryptocurrency trading is the process of buying and selling cryptocurrencies on crypto exchanges. Cryptocurrency trading has grown in popularity in recent years as investors have been drawn to the potential profits that can be made from trading these digital assets.

Cryptocurrencies are digital or virtual tokens that use cryptography to secure their transactions and to control the creation of new units. Cryptocurrencies are decentralized, meaning they are not subject to government or financial institution control. Bitcoin, the first and most well-known cryptocurrency, was created in 2009. 


What is crypto ETP trading?

A crypto exchange traded product (ETP) is a type of financial product that tracks the price of a cryptocurrency and is traded on a traditional stock exchange. Crypto ETPs provide investors with exposure to the cryptocurrency market without the need to directly purchase and manage digital assets.

Crypto ETPs are similar to exchange traded funds (ETFs), which track the price of a basket of assets or a specific index. However, while ETFs can invest in a wide range of assets, crypto ETPs are focused exclusively on digital currencies.

There are a number of benefits that crypto ETPs can offer investors. For example, they can provide a way to access the cryptocurrency market without the need to set up a digital wallet or manage private keys.

Crypto ETPs can be traded through brokerage accounts, like the one offered by FlowBank, with the kind of low fees usually associated with ETFs, which makes them more accessible to a wider range of investors.

One difference that brings both advantages and disadvantages to traders is that crypto ETPs are subject to regulations that could restrict their availability or impose additional costs.

Crypto ETPs usually have a smaller market cap and lower daily trading volumes so may also be less liquid than other types of ETFs, which could make it difficult to sell them in the event of a sharp market decline.

How does cryptocurrency trading work?

Cryptocurrency trading involves the buying and selling of digital tokens in order to make a profit. There is no physical transaction, the trade happens entirely as data recorded through the blockchain.

Buying and selling cryptocurrencies incurs transaction fees imposed by the exchange, known as gas fees. Cryptocurrency trading gas fees are the fees charged by exchanges for the processing of transactions on their platform. These fees are generally a percentage of the total transaction value and are paid by the party initiating the trade. Gas fees are used to cover the costs of running the exchange, including the costs of processing transactions and maintaining the site.

To trade cryptocurrencies on an exchange you need to either transfer cryptocurrencies that you own to your account or deposit fiat currency and exchange it into a cryptocurrency. Once you have bought the tokens, you can then sell them whenever you want. 

If the cryptocurrency rises in value after you buy it, you stand to make a profit but if it falls in value, you will make a loss. In order to make money from trading cryptocurrencies, you need to have a good understanding of the market and be able to timing your trades correctly.

How does the cryptocurrency market work?

The cryptocurrency market is a global, decentralized market where users can mine, buy, sell, or trade cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrencies are not subject to government or financial institution control, and their prices are determined by supply and demand on the open market.

Blockchain is the technology that underpins cryptocurrencies. It is a distributed database that records all cryptocurrency transactions. Blockchain is secure and transparent, and this makes it an attractive technology for a range of applications beyond cryptocurrencies.

What are the elements that influence the cryptocurrency market?

The cryptocurrency market is highly influenced by adoption. When more and more people start using and investing in cryptocurrencies, the market grows with more investors and usually more coins. This can be seen as a positive feedback loop – as the market grows, more people are attracted to it, so then the price of the coins rise even further. This adoption can be driven by a number of factors, such as increasing awareness of cryptocurrencies and more businesses accepting them as payment.

Regulation can influence the cryptocurrency market because it is believed by many that it will help to create a more stable and transparent market, which will in turn attract more investors and lead to more mainstream adoption. Regulation could also help to stabilize prices by curbing speculation and preventing manipulation and can provide clarity and certainty around the rules of the market.

Why trade cryptocurrencies?

First, cryptocurrencies are a new asset class that offers high returns potential. Second, cryptocurrencies are highly volatile, which creates more trading opportunities. Third, cryptocurrencies are decentralized, which means that they are not subject to government or financial institution control. Fourth, the higher transparency of trades registered through the blockchain can mean lower fees than traditional investing. Finally, cryptocurrencies are still in an early stage of development, which means that there is a lot to learn and a lot of room for price appreciation, but also a higher risk of never reaching their full potential.

Where to trade cryptocurrencies?

Traders have the choice of a number of centralized and decentralized exchanges to trade cryptocurrencies. Centralized exchanges are run by a single organization, while decentralized exchanges are run by a network of users. Each exchange has its own rules and regulations, so it is important to do your research before choosing an exchange. Some exchanges only allow certain types of trading, so you will need to make sure that the exchange you choose offers the type of trading you are interested in.

Where to trade crypto ETPs?

FlowBank, a leading online bank in Switzerland, now offers its clients the ability to trade crypto exchange-traded products (ETPs). This move makes FlowBank one of the first traditional banks in the world to support such a service.

Cryptocurrency ETPs are a type of investment product that track the performance of digital assets such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin. They are traded on exchanges like any other security, and can be bought and sold through a broker via an online trading platform.

Our crypto ETP offering provides clients with a simple and convenient way to gain access to crypto markets. The bank's experienced team of traders and analysts support clients to find and learn about the best products to meet their investment objectives.

What are the best cryptocurrencies to trade?

Some traders prefer to trade big market cap tokens like Bitcoin or Ethereum, while others may prefer to trade new tokens with high potential but also higher risk. Ultimately, it depends on what you are looking for in a trade. If you are looking for relatively more stability and much higher liquidity, then trading big market cap tokens is a good option. However, if you are looking for high potential returns, then trading new tokens may be a better option. Whatever you decide, make sure to do your own research before trading any cryptocurrency.

What are the most commonly used cryptocurrency trading strategies?

There are a variety of cryptocurrency trading strategies that can be used in crypto markets. Some of the most commonly used strategies include day trading, swing trading, and scalping.

Day trading involves buying and selling cryptocurrencies within the same day. This strategy suits a trader who is able to take advantage of the volatile nature of the market. Swing trading involves holding onto a cryptocurrency for a longer period of time, usually from a few days to a few weeks and can work for a trader that is more patient and able to sell at the right time. Scalping involves taking quick profits by buying and selling cryptocurrencies multiple times throughout the day. This strategy suits the kind of trader who is able to execute the trades quickly and efficiently.

How do cryptocurrency price changes work?

Cryptocurrency prices are highly volatile, meaning they can fluctuate rapidly in price. This is due to a number of factors, including but not limited to, supply and demand, news and media attention, and even government regulation. 

When there is more demand for a particular cryptocurrency, the price will go up. Similarly, when there is less demand, the price will go down. News and media attention can also have a big impact on prices, as can government regulation. For example, when China announced it was cracking down on cryptocurrency exchanges, the prices of all major cryptocurrencies fell sharply.

What is the spread in cryptocurrency trading?

Cryptocurrencies are often traded in pairs, with each currency being paired with another currency, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum (BTC/ETH). The spread is the difference between the buy price and the sell price of a currency pair, and is typically measured in pips.

The spread is important because it represents the cost of trading a currency pair. When the spread is wide, it means that the cost of buying and selling a currency pair is high, and when the spread is narrow, it means that the cost of buying and selling a currency pair is low.

What is a lot in cryptocurrency trading?

When you trade cryptocurrency markets, you are essentially buying and selling units of that currency. A lot is simply a measure of how much currency you are trading. You can find out the lot size for each crypto-asset offered by FlowBank in the pricing tables

What is hedging in cryptocurrency trading?

Hedging in markets refers to the act of protecting one's investment from potential losses by investing in a second negatively correlated asset or going short on a positively correlated asset. This strategy is often used when the market is volatile, and it can help to reduce the risk of losses if the market drops. In order to hedge, a crypto trader might buy or sell a different cryptocurrency or a stablecoin. This will help to offset any potential losses from the first asset with profits from the second asset.

What is a pip in cryptocurrency trading?

A pip is a very small unit of measurement in the financial world.The cryptocurrency market borrows the term from the forex market where a pip typically measures the fourth number after the decimal point. In the case of Bitcoin, because the price is much higher than usual exchange rates, a pip is usually considered $0.01 or one cent.

Is cryptocurrency trading safe?

Cryptocurrency trading is often considered to be a risky activity. However, there are a number of ways to make it safer. One of the most important things to do is to choose a reputable and reliable exchange or broker. Several exchanges have been hacked in the past, so it is important to do your research and select a firm that has a good security track record.

Another way to make cryptocurrency trading safer is to diversify your portfolio. Don't put all of your eggs in one basket, so to speak. Spread your investments out across a variety of different cryptocurrencies. This way, if one currency falls in value, your portfolio will not take a big hit.

Also make sure to never trade more than you can afford to lose. Cryptocurrency prices can be very volatile, so it is important to only invest money that you are comfortable losing.

What is cryptocurrency mining?

Cryptocurrency mining is a process by which new units of cryptocurrency are created. Miners typically use specialized computer hardware and software to solve complex mathematical problems in order to verify and record transactions on the blockchain, the decentralized public ledger of all cryptocurrency transactions. In return for their work, miners are rewarded with newly-created cryptocurrency units.

Cryptocurrency mining is a highly energy-intensive process, as miners must compete with others in the network to solve mathematical problems in order to validate transactions. The competition results in high electricity consumption and a large carbon footprint. As the popularity of cryptocurrency grows, so does the demand for cryptocurrency mining, which has resulted in the development of specialized mining facilities.