Virtune AB (Publ) (“Virtune”) has completed the monthly rebalancing for June 2024 of its Virtune Crypto Top 10 Index ETP, the first crypto index ETP in the Nordics.


Stockholm, 1st of July 2024 – Today Virtune announces that it has finalized its monthly rebalancing for Virtune Crypto Top 10 Index ETP, listed on Nasdaq Stockholm for both the SEK-denominated (ISIN code SE0020052207, ticker name VIR10SEK) and the EUR-denominated (ISIN code SE0020052215, ticker name VIR10EUR) ETP.

In addition to the Virtune Crypto Top 10 Index ETP, Virtune’s product portfolio includes:  Virtune Bitcoin ETP, Virtune Staked Ethereum ETP,  Virtune Staked Solana, Virtune Staked Polkadot ETP, Virtune Chainlink ETP, Virtune Arbitrum ETP, Virtune Staked Polygon ETP and Virtune Staked Cardano ETP.

Index allocation as of 28th of June (before rebalancing):


Ethereum: 40.49%
Bitcoin: 40.29%
Solana: 8.45%
XRP: 3.58%
Cardano: 1.84%
Polkadot: 1.25%
Avalanche: 1.54%
Chainlink: 1.07%
Polygon: 0.76%
Litecoin: 0.73%

Index allocation as of 28th of June (after rebalancing):

Bitcoin 40.00%
Ethereum: 40.00%
Solana: 8.78%
XRP: 3.84%
Cardano: 1.90%
Avalanche: 1.53%
Chainlink: 1.19%
Polkadot: 1.13%
Uniswap: 0.83%
Polygon 0.80%

In connection with this month’s rebalancing, there has been a change in the crypto assets included in the index. Litecoin has been removed from the index and Uniswap has entered the index. Virtune Crypto Top 10 Index ETP SEK outcome for June was -11.65%.

The rebalancing is carried out according to the index that the ETP tracks, the Virtune Vinter Crypto Top 10 Index, and this is the fourteenth rebalancing since the product was listed on 15th of May 2023. The purpose of the monthly rebalancing is to ensure that the ETP always reflects the current market conditions and to effectively absorb volatility in the crypto market.

In June, the entire crypto market experienced a cooldown, affecting the leading crypto assets as well. Bitcoin fell by -7.02%, -Ethereum by 8.64%, and Solana by -11.60%.

The performance of the crypto assets included in Virtune Crypto Top 10 Index ETP in June:

Bitcoin -7.02%
Uniswap: -7.16%
XRP: -8.20%
Ethereum: -8.64%
Polkadot: -11.10%
Solana: -11.60%
Cardano: -12.30%
Avalanche: -18.70%
Polygon: -19.40%
Chainlink: -22.70%

Virtune’s crypto index ETP is the first of its kind in the Nordic region. The ETP includes up to 10 leading crypto assets that are part of the Nasdaq Crypto Index, based on their total market value, with a maximum weight of 40% per crypto asset to promote diversification. This allows investors to benefit from broad exposure to the crypto market without being heavily concentrated in any single crypto asset.

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