As of 30/03/2023
ETC Group Physical Polygon (Ticker: MTCE) is an exchange traded cryptocurrency (ETC) that tracks the price of Polygon's MATIC governance token. Polygon is an Ethereum sidechain network that aims to provide multiple tools to improve amongst other things, the speed of and reduce the cost of transactions on the Ethereum blockchain network.
Each Polygon ETC is 100% physically backed by MATIC and trades on European exchanges, providing investors with a safer and liquid way to gain exposure to MATIC. Each unit of MTCE gives the holder a claim on a predefined amount of MATIC.
MTCE is issued by ETC Group and marketed and distributed by HANetf.
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An easy way to invest in Polygon:
Investing in MTCE is as simple as buying shares through your broker or bank. Unlike investing directly in MATIC, there is no need to engage with the technical challenges of setting up a cryptocurrency wallet to store MATIC* as your units of MTCE are safely held with your broker or bank. *Investors only need a cryptocurrency wallet if they want to redeem for MATIC.
Invest in Polygon on a regulated exchange:
MTCE's primary listing is SIX. Investors can trade with confidence knowing that all market participants are strictly vetted and carefully monitored to prevent market abuse unlike cryptocurrency exchanges, many of which are unregulated. The issuer has partnered with world-class liquidity providers to ensure ample on exchange liquidity and tight spreads.
The issuer stores the MATIC backing the securities with Coinbase Custody Trust Company, a secure, regulated custodian, purpose built for holding digital assets. Strict KYC and AML standards ensure that the provenance of all cryptocurrency in custody has been vetted.
Investors' capital is at risk and investors may not get back the amount originally invested and should obtain independent advice before making a decision.
This is a marketing communication. Any decision to invest should be based on the information contained in the relevant prospectus.
ETC securities are structured as debt securities, not as equity.
ETCs trade on exchanges like securities. They are bought/sold at market prices which may be different to the net asset value of the ETC.
Cryptocurrencies can be highly volatile and your capital is at risk.
For professional investors only.