Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF)

    An ETF is a financial product that is linked to the price of other financial instruments. This structure allows investors to gain exposure to an asset or a group of assets without directly purchasing or owning the asset(s). ETFs can be made up of a variety of assets, such as stocks, commodities, and bonds. For example, a digital asset ETF would allow investors to invest in the underlying digital asset without having to manage it or interact with a cryptocurrency exchange.