Valour Inc. (NEO: DEFI) (GR: RMJR) (OTCQB: DEFTF), a technology company and the first and only publicly traded company that bridges the gap between traditional capital markets and decentralized finance, announced an agreement with German banks, Comdirect and Onvista, that will enable banking clients to integrate Valour ETPs into their investment portfolios. Comdirect and Onvista customers will have access to Valour's entire range of crypto ETPs.
"By integrating Valour's low to zero-fee ETPs, Comdirect and Onvista will be able to provide their customers access to safe and regulated exposure to the crypto ecosystem," said Marco Infuso, Chief Sales Officer of Valour. "Especially during 'crypto winter' times, costs are a foremost priority for investors. Offering zero-cost investment options in Bitcoin and Ethereum is a substantial advantage for our investors and is another milestone in the democratisation of this young and growing asset class."
Following Tuesday's announcement of Valour's partnership with justTRADE, this latest agreement with Comdirect and Onvista further validates the Company's status as a go-to crypto partner for brokers and banks wishing to offer regulated crypto exposure to their clientele.
"Valour's recent partnership with justTRADE and this new agreement with Comdirect and Onvista represents the first of what we believe will be many relationships with major broker platforms and banks," said Russell Starr, CEO of Valour. "Our recent hires have already added tremendous value to our team and will continue to execute at a high level, despite market conditions."
Valour offers fully hedged digital asset Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) with product listings across European exchanges, banks and broker platforms. Valour's existing product range includes Valour Uniswap (UNI), Cardano (ADA), Polkadot (DOT), Solana (SOL), Avalanche (AVAX), Cosmos (ATOM) and Enjin (ENJ) ETPs, as well as Valour's flagship Bitcoin Zero and Valour Ethereum Zero products, the first fully hedged, passive investment products with Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) as underlyings which are completely fee-free.