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We are now live with our 'Crypto 10 Index' for all clients*. You can find this asset via the dealing platform 'Search' function on mobile or the desktop trading platform, or via the left hand 'Cryptocurrency' fly-out on the desktop platform. 

 

What is the 'Crypto 10 Index'?

The Crypto 10 Index represents the performance of the largest 10 tokens (constituents at the bottom), selected and weighted by market capitalization. At current crypto currency prices the index captures close to $320Bn of market cap, representing over 85% of the total capitalization of all traded digital assets. 

  • Trade 24 hours a day (excluding Friday 10pm to Saturday 4am London time).
  • Take advantage of the recent crypto markets volatility - go long or short the index.
  • The index is priced in USD, and is calculated and managed by BITA GmbH.
  • Please find product data information on your local Help and Support page. You can see the UK page here.

 

 

What are the constituents of the Index?

The constituents of the index, which are subject to change, are as follows:

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*excluding the US, Japan, and Singapore

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