BitBull FAQ

What is your value proposition?
  • First crypto fund of funds – historical returns
  • Founded through Stanford’s StartX accelerator
  • Known silicon valley entrepreneur who’s in closed funds such as Metastable Capital
  • Research on 550+ funds
  • Diversified portfolio
  • Negotiated fund terms
Does BitBull accept non-US investors?

Yes.  Our offshore vehicle in the BVI is currently accepting non-US investors

What is the lockup / liquidity of the fund?

Investors may choose either an annual lockup or a quarterly withdrawal option (with 95 days notice)

What is an Accredited Investor?

BitBull accepts investments from Accredited Investors.  An “Accredited Investor” is a status that individuals and entities qualify for if they meet criteria defined by the SEC (SEC bulletin here). It’s not something you apply for. There are several criteria. The most common criteria for individuals are if you made over $200,000 in the last two calendar years (or $300,000 with your spouse), or if you have greater than $1,000,000 in net worth, excluding your primary residence. For entities, common criteria are having total assets in excess of $5 million or if all of the equity owners are accredited investors.

Can I invest through an IRA?

Yes.  We are currently accepting investments from self-directed IRAs.  Contact us for information on investing through an IRA.

How can I see the performance of my investment?

Investors in the fund receive a monthly email statement from our fund administrator that includes details of their capital account and investment returns.  BitBull also conducts monthly investor web calls.

How do I make an additional investment, after I’ve already made an initial one?

You need to fill and sign an Additional Subscription Agreement.  Additional allocations can be made anytime in amounts of $10,000 or more.

Do you accept in-kind (e.g. investments in bitcoin instead of dollars)?

While we can accept allocations denominated in crypto at no extra fee, there are additional reporting requirements. In addition to the standard subscription and anti-money laundering documents, we require a copy of the original exchange (e.g. coinbase, gemini) transaction showing the token purchase price and amount purchased, as well as a corresponding bank statement verifying the transaction.  This may add to the time required to complete an allocation.