This post is part of our ongoing series on crypto-currencies, which is based on our new Crypto-currency ETF: Fidelity.
It is an index that tracks the price of a certain type of financial product (e.g. a stock, bond, or other financial instrument) and provides traders with a way to bet on the price that the product will go up or down based on market events.
We’ve written extensively about crypto-futures before, but this time around we’ll take a closer look at how Fidelity differs from other mutual funds, and the differences between crypto-and-fiat futures.
We’ll also discuss how to use Fidelity’s trading platform to profit from an upcoming crypto-funds event.
Fidelity ETFs in the US crypto market We first looked at the Fidelity fund in early 2017, and now we’re going to look at it again.
The Fidelity crypto-exchange platform allows investors to buy or sell crypto-assets from a wide range of crypto-markets, and it also lets them buy or sold the same asset on other exchanges.
In addition to trading on Fidelity, investors can also buy or take advantage of the ETF’s exposure to the FTSE 100, the S&P 500, the NASDAQ, and other big global exchanges.
Fits most of the crypto market.
FTSe, the largest exchange in the world, offers crypto-asset trading in several different ways.
Its own crypto-portfolio offers access to more than 50,000 crypto-traded products and services.
The exchange also offers its own crypto index, which tracks a particular type of asset.
FITS has a portfolio of more than 4,000 cryptocurrencies, including Ethereum, Ripple, and several others.
For instance, it tracks Ether and Ethereum Classic, which have the highest valuation of any crypto-token currently traded on the exchange.
It also tracks the Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF, which offers a similar mix of crypto assets, albeit in a different fashion.
Fittingly, it offers ETFs on both the FITS and crypto-cointech platforms.
FITs and crypto markets are a good fit FITS offers the FUSX (futurised futures exchange) and FITS (fusilised futures market) platforms, which allow investors to trade both crypto- and fiat-trading products.
The two platforms are similar in that they both provide a wide variety of crypto options to investors, but they’re designed to cater to different types of investors, like crypto-utility managers, crypto-financial intermediaries (e-money), and hedge funds.
FUSI is designed to hedge against price swings, while FITS hedges against the price movements of the FUTS and FUSIX crypto-market indexes.
The most popular crypto-options on FITS are FUS and FUTX.
FUTs is designed for investors who want to trade cryptocurrencies as a hedge against a potential downturn in the crypto-stock market.
It offers a broad portfolio of crypto products, including crypto-credits, cryptocurrency-related ETFs, and crypto assets.
Fus is designed specifically for traders who want more of a return-on-investment.
It provides a broad set of crypto asset options to its users, including cryptocurrencies like Ether and ETH.
The only crypto asset that FUS does not offer is ether.
FSTE is designed more specifically for hedge fund managers.
Unlike FITS, FST is designed primarily for trading of FUS tokens and the FUSEX crypto-index.
Its traders also have access to FUS, FUSMX, and FUSEI crypto-rewards, which are not available on FUS.
FSUX is designed by the FST community for traders looking to diversify their portfolios.
FUSE is designed as a platform for investors looking to hedge their portfolio against market movements, like the volatility of the stock market.
Its users can purchase and sell FUS or FUS MX currencies, which hedge against the FSU index.
FSI is designed solely for traders that want to diversified portfolios of cryptocurrencies, which can be sold to hedge funds and hedge fund clients.
FMIX is a platform specifically for financial advisors.
Its investors can buy FUS (finance-related), FUSE, and FIX crypto currencies, as well as crypto assets like Ether.
FMUX is specifically for investors interested in hedge funds, hedge fund strategies, and cryptocurrency trading.
Its market makers and traders have access not only to FSU and FSUMX but also to FMI, FMIMX, FFI, and FINX crypto tokens.
FU is designed mainly for investors with limited access to crypto-investments.
FUs is a more specialized exchange for hedge funds that do not have a crypto fund, like FUSE.