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Sparkchange launches the world’s first physically-backed carbon exchange-traded commodity

As carbon credits become increasingly popular within the commodity space, IGTV’s Daniela Sabin Hathorn chats to Jan Ahrens from Sparkchange about their recently launched Physical Carbon EUA ETC.

It allows investors to help tackle the use of carbon emissions and can be traded on IG’s investments platform.


C3 holding SparkChange launches world-first physical carbon ETC - C3  Management GmbH

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