Investments in cryptocurrency

Available instruments

Bitcoin futures contract

- traded on the CME exchange

- one contract equals 5 Bitcoin

- futures contracts are quoted in USD

- open long or short positions

- detailed contract specifications and current margin requirements available on the CME website 

Bitcoin futures contract

- traded on the CBOE exchange

- one contract equals 1 Bitcoin

- futures contracts are quoted in USD

- open long or short positions

- detailed contract specifications and current margin requirements available on the CBOE website

Exchange Traded Note – Bitcoin Tracker

- traded on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm

- a financial instrument analogous to ETFs and stocks

- notes reflect the change in Bitcoin value net of the manager’s commission

- invest using EUR or SEK

- note issued by XBT Provider AB 

Exchange Traded Note – Etherium Tracker

- traded on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm

- a financial instrument analogous to ETFs and stocks

- notes reflect the change in Etherium value net of the manager’s commission

- invest using EUR or SEK

- note issued by XBT Provider AB 

Advantages of working with BlueOrange

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    Safety and simplicity
    - no need to open a cryptocurrency wallet
    - no need to think about cryptocurrency safety
    - no need to register on a cryptocurrency exchange

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    Multiple transaction options
    - use leverage in futures transactions
    - earn on rising or falling Bitcoin rates (open long or short positions)

  • Individual approach
    - we provide information on the nature and specific characteristics of financial instruments tied to cryptocurrencies
    - fee transparency and flexible terms for active traders

  • Convenience
    - conclude transactions on the phone with BlueOrange brokers
    - trade online on trading platforms
    - access a variety of financial instruments (stocks, ETFs, ETNs, futures, options) using a single account

Risks inherent to cryptocurrencies

The pricing of the instruments mentioned herein depends on cryptocurrency prices. Compared to traditional assets, investment in cryptocurrencies is significantly more risky. The following key risks are applicable to cryptocurrencies:

Regulatory risk – cryptocurrencies are currently not subject to international regulation, which makes them more susceptible to manipulation. Likewise, the price and availability of cryptocurrencies could fluctuate substantially with the enactment of applicable regulations.

Volatility – cryptocurrencies exhibit volatility multiple times higher than the price variance generally observed with traditional financial instruments.

IT risks – the likelihood of hacker attacks, unauthorised access or data integrity may manifest as cryptocurrency price fluctuations.

Potential price bubble and risk of losing one’s entire investment – rising cryptocurrency prices are driven by speculative transactions rather than internal value growth, which means prices could drop to zero.

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