Institutional investors are entering the crypto space for many reasons, including research that shows a low correlation with other assets. Apart from the numerous crypto hedge funds, notable university endowments, including Yale are already invested in cryptocurrencies. Similarly, recent surveys indicate that more than 50% of institutional investors are keen to add cryptocurrencies to their portfolios.
This positive interest comes at the heels of major developments, both in terms of transparency of crypto markets and the safe custody of crypto assets. The markets continue to mature with various instruments offered by reputable names including CBOE, Fidelity, ICE, and CME, as well as the efforts of existing stakeholders, such as Coinbase.
Institutional investors want a piece of the crypto pie, as per a survey commissioned by Fidelity Investments. Key findings of the survey are:
At BitBull Capital, our funds, including a crypto fund of funds and an Opportunistic Fund, service forward-looking family offices around the world, facilitating the much-needed diversification of their portfolios and helping them find a balance between traditional financial instruments and digital currencies.
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Our Fund of Funds aims to invest in the leading equity and token investment funds. Similar to Venture Capital, we believe access to the most competitive deals can create significant alpha. Yet, you can invest in our funds without any lock-up; crypto can be a means of “liquid venture capital.”
Joe DiPasquale, CEO of Bitbull Capital, shares thoughts with Jill Malandrino on the recent market volatility — and how hedge funds profit from it — on NASDAQ trade talks.
Joe DiPasquale discusses factors that influenced the price drop in Bitcoin and crypto in general on Bloomberg.
Our active involvement and relationships in the space open us up to amazing early-stage opportunities which our members get to benefit from. Through the crypto winter – in November and December of 2018, Bitcoin was down 35%, while BitBull’s Opportunistic Fund (“BitBull”) returned +29%. Learn more about how we outperform the bear market which negatively impacted the entire crypto space?
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