About the F5 Crypto Index
Scientific and Diversified Investing in Cryptocurrencies
Top 3 Facts
- First investable Crypto-Index-Certificate based on our F5 Crypto Index
- VPE Bank from Germany is the distributor
- Bank Frick from Liechtenstein is the structurer
- Trading done by Bank
- Custody done by Bank
- Allocation done by F5 Crypto Index
- Investment vehicle is a standard bond
The F5 Crypto Index Certificate
About the Certificate
» First Crypto-Index-Certificate with ISIN
» Certificate tracks our F5 Crypto Index
» Optimal addition to traditional portfolios
» Dynamic exposure to the crypto markets
» Emitted by Bank Frick
» Made investable by VPE Bank
The bank was established 20 years ago and is highly innovative.
The bank is regulated by the financial supervisor in its home country.
The bank’s country has the highest
S&P country rating: AAA.
Index developed by crypto scientist Prof. Hermann Elendner of the HU in Berlin.
12 different crypto-assets enhance diversification within the crypto space.
Crypto assets have low or negative correlations to traditional asset classes.
The Crypto-Index-Certificate offers professional investors a unique opportunity to be part of the early adopters of the crypto revolution. Without the complications of directly investing into crypto assets, it complements every well-diversified portfolio.
The information on this website does not constitute an offer, an instruction or a recommendation to participate in or purchase shares of an index certificate or fund. The presented materials offer an overview but do not offer individual, strategic, legal, tax or any other kind of advice. Contained opinions reflect the current viewpoints of F5 Crypto Capital, which may change at any time without prior notice. F5 Crypto Capital GmbH exclusively offers services and technical software related to the area of cryptocurrencies. At no time will customer assets be managed or cryptocurrencies be held for third parties. F5 Crypto Capital is neither an asset management company nor a sales company. The legal material governing the purchase of shares of an index certificate or fund are solely the official prospectus, contracts, investor information sheet and annual reports, if available.