As news of Bitcoin and Ethereum gains moves further into the mainstream a number of crypto funds have sprung up. These funds all aim to bring more money into the space, whilst giving investors a diverse portfolio to reduce risk.
As part-time crypto investors know, managing a crypto portfolio can be difficult and time-consuming. Here are the companies which aim to change this by simplifying the process:
The world’s first Tokenized Index Fund gives you the option to own a portfolio of the top 20 cryptocurrencies by market cap through one token.
The Index Fund is one of the greatest investment innovations and Crypto20, unlike competitors, has a finished product on the market. Investors in the fund have a range of tools available to track performance over time, giving them a chance to understand the hyperparameters and rebalancing tools of their portfolio.
The Crypto20 fund is currently at over $14 million and ends on Nov. 30.
Swiss private banking meets the world of crypto. In addition to the crypto bank which Swiss Borg aims to establish, Cryptallion token holders gain access to the type of fund management usually reserved for private clients.
Retail investors are only part of Swiss Borgs project which also brings Blockchain solutions to DAOs, Investment Managers, and Financial Advisors. Thier suite of products looks to have a huge impact on the market.
The Swiss Borg ICO will start at the end of November.
HOLD 10 has received a huge amount of attention over the last few months due to backing from Naval Ravikant, a famed Silicon Valley investor and Founder of AngelList. HOLD 10 is a passively managed index fund of the top 10 cryptocurrencies by inflation-adjusted market capitalization. The fund will be sold as a traditional security to accredited U.S. investors who must meet income or net worth minimums ($200,000 a year in income or $1 million net worth).
These three funds are the most interesting on the market today as they offer simple strategies to take advantage of the cryptocurrency bull market.
There are other options available, and you can see a full list of 20 other crypto funds here.
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