UniCoin Wants To Be the World’s First Altcoin Crypto Index Fund
UniCoin Blockchain is a company based in San Diego, California, which has recently announced that it would be creating one of the first altcoin cryptocurrency index funds in the whole world. By using the platform, users will be able to choose and personalize a basket of cryptos based on their interests.
This company was created to capitalize on the demand of ETFs among newer generations of investors and it enables the users to optimize their portfolios by using this popular investment plan now in the cryptocurrency market.
An All-In-One Cryptocurrency Holding
UniCoin has been introducing options that will allow the users to invest easily in diverse crypto holdings based on aspects like the market cap or a certain interest area without having to work with several different exchanges. By using this platform, the investors will have many options for investing in diversified crypto holdings.
By purchasing Alt20, one of the tokens of the company, the investors will be able to invest in the top 20 tokens by market capitalization, for instance. Investors can choose from this and similar options like Big5 coin or they can personalize their own baskets and buy them.
The company has also created indexes for specific types of tokens like media, philanthropic and social media coins, which can be a good tool for investors who are interested in a single area. The company has found a way to create inexpensive packages of holdings that can be commercialized, so people will not have problems to buy them and they will be able to invest in areas they care about.
The Technology For Creating Holdings
The company has developed software and hardware that can disrupt old-fashioned centralized data centers and will be used to process indexed coin funds. This will allow the company to manage the holdings in a more convenient way.
UniCoin has launched a SEC Title III regulated Crowdfunding Campaign. This means that the sale will be fully regulated and be compliant with everything that the SEC asks for companies who are trying to crowdfund money: background checks, annual reporting, progress update, third party transactions, ownership disclosure, etc. For more information about this crowdfunding, visit the company’s site.