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September 21, 2017, 01:44:08 PM
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Is there any way to see what alt currency’s these new crypto currency hedge funds are investing in?
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September 21, 2017, 02:04:04 PM
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Mostly BTC , especially if it drops in price. The others are way too volatile and even with BTC it's a big risk/big reward game. But nonetheless, crypto gets increasing attention from "old" money.

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September 21, 2017, 02:07:57 PM
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They also invest in Etherium and Litecoin to a degree.  You'll see a very close correlation between the charts.

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September 21, 2017, 03:00:38 PM
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The fund mangers will not take much risk  They would invest only in top 5 to get get return on their investments.

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September 21, 2017, 03:23:35 PM
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Do you know a good place where we can get information about hedge funds investments ? Might be interesting to try to understand their strategy :-)


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September 21, 2017, 03:36:35 PM
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are there any requirements for hedge funds to list their positions?

That should give a kind of overview of their positions.

I also would be highly interested to know more but agree that they will most likely invest the big one like btc, eth, dash, litecoin, ...

By the way, what is the average size of blockchain hedge funds? i found a really interesting article on facebook today that the top 1% of btc holders own 25% of all bitcoins...

Is that really true?
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September 21, 2017, 03:54:25 PM
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At least you are able to see what ICONOMI has invested by checking ICONOMI.performance out.

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September 22, 2017, 01:30:47 PM
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is there a list of all hedge funds that do cryptocurrency or ICO trading?

to be honest, I know only a few. I know for example that Mark Cuban has such a hedge fund but I do not know many others.

Can someone post a link or list a few ones, please?

That would be really cool,

thank you in advance
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September 22, 2017, 08:45:29 PM
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is there a list of all hedge funds that do cryptocurrency or ICO trading?

to be honest, I know only a few. I know for example that Mark Cuban has such a hedge fund but I do not know many others.

Can someone post a link or list a few ones, please?

That would be really cool,

thank you in advance

Here they are:

(1) 1confirmation, (2) Alpha Bit, (3) Alphabet Coin Fund, (4) Auryn Capital, (5) BKCM Digital Asset Fund, (6) Blackmoon Crypto, (7) Bletchley Park Asset Management, (Cool Block View Capital, (9) Blockchain Capital, (10) BlockStack, (11) BlockTower Capital, (12) Blueyard, (13) CoinFund LLC, (14) Coinshares 1 LP / Global Advisors, (15) Crypto Asset Fund, (16) Crypto Assets Fund, (17) Crypto Fund AG, (18) Crypto Lotus, (19) Cryptochain Capital, (20) Cryptocurrency Fund LLP, (21) Cryptor Trust, (22) Cyber Capital, (23) Digital Developers Fund, (24) Ether Capital, (25) Exagon Fund, (26) FBG Capital, (27) Fenbushi, (28) Firstchain Capital, (29) General Crypto, (30) Grasshopper Capital, (31) Hyperchain Capital, (32) ICONOMI, (33) Iterative Instinct, (34) Kenetic Capital, (35) Logos Fund, (36) Medici Crypto, (37) Metastable, (38) Monkey Capital, (39) Multicoin Capital, (40) Pantera, (41) Placeholder Capital, (42) Pollinate Capital, (43) Polychain, (44) Rich Fund, (45) Satoshi Fund, (46) Science Inc., (47) Solidus Capital, (48) Soros Fund Management, (49) SuperBloom, (50) TAAS Fund, (51) Tezos, (52) The Token Fund, (53) Token Factory, (54) Unit Fund, (55) Venture One.
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September 22, 2017, 08:57:18 PM
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The most of them are going to invest in Bitcoin, thats for sure! But I think theyre also going to grab some altcoins that are popular and got a lot of attention. I think we have interesting times right now, crypto is going to be great in the next years and it will get more and more attention!
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September 22, 2017, 09:04:33 PM
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Don't follow hedge funds.

The majority of them underperform compared to their benchmarks.

Second thing is, hedge fund managers learned about stocks.  A programmer can do a better job of picking cryptos than a finance grad.

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September 22, 2017, 09:15:07 PM
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Most hedge funds are reluctant to disclose anything but a broad strategy, like "crypto". If they, as is common, lock up the investors funds for a while they might tolerate more risky alt-coins. However, I suspect they mostly invest in the least volatile crypto-currencies.

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September 22, 2017, 09:18:06 PM
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Is there any way to see what alt currency’s these new crypto currency hedge funds are investing in?

Unlikely.  They usually don't let many people see which stocks they invest in.


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September 22, 2017, 09:20:23 PM
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Hedge funds don't care about project. Just money and profit their target so they can join all kind of ICO.
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September 22, 2017, 09:25:04 PM
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They might offer some sort of options for the investor, how much they would like to risk in altcoins / icos. Bitcoin is the stable option, but other alts that are successful are likely to be worth more - just have to pick the right ones!

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September 22, 2017, 09:38:11 PM
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Is there any way to see what alt currency’s these new crypto currency hedge funds are investing in?

90%+ of hedge funds are keeping their investment private. But I cannot imagine they to invest in some other cryptos than BIG 3 like BTC, ETH, LTC and speculating with other alts. Just are having responsibilities to people which in most cases doesn't know what cryptos are and we are free to do whatever we wants.
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September 22, 2017, 11:16:02 PM
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Honestly, a Google search will reveal much.

Here is a list of 15 crypto hedge funds to start your DD:

https://www.forbes.com/sites/laurashin/2017/07/12/crypto-boom-15-new-hedge-funds-want-in-on-84000-returns/#424eee3e416a

And Laura Shin at Forbes is writing about the topic non-stop.  Follow her as well.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/laurashin/#11d05d704685

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September 23, 2017, 02:31:13 AM
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Eurekahedge contains a collection of databases, research, etc. from various hedge funds.

Here's an example of a hedge fund crypto trading strategy using the Eurekahedege Cryptocurrency Fund Index

http://www.eurekahedge.com/Research/News/1657/Crypto-Currency-Funds-Strategy-Profile

It contains five actively managed altcoin funds.

Interesting read.

Hope this helps.
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September 23, 2017, 02:48:05 AM
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is there a list of all hedge funds that do cryptocurrency or ICO trading?

to be honest, I know only a few. I know for example that Mark Cuban has such a hedge fund but I do not know many others.

Can someone post a link or list a few ones, please?

That would be really cool,

thank you in advance

Here they are:

(1) 1confirmation, (2) Alpha Bit, (3) Alphabet Coin Fund, (4) Auryn Capital, (5) BKCM Digital Asset Fund, (6) Blackmoon Crypto, (7) Bletchley Park Asset Management, (Cool Block View Capital, (9) Blockchain Capital, (10) BlockStack, (11) BlockTower Capital, (12) Blueyard, (13) CoinFund LLC, (14) Coinshares 1 LP / Global Advisors, (15) Crypto Asset Fund, (16) Crypto Assets Fund, (17) Crypto Fund AG, (18) Crypto Lotus, (19) Cryptochain Capital, (20) Cryptocurrency Fund LLP, (21) Cryptor Trust, (22) Cyber Capital, (23) Digital Developers Fund, (24) Ether Capital, (25) Exagon Fund, (26) FBG Capital, (27) Fenbushi, (28) Firstchain Capital, (29) General Crypto, (30) Grasshopper Capital, (31) Hyperchain Capital, (32) ICONOMI, (33) Iterative Instinct, (34) Kenetic Capital, (35) Logos Fund, (36) Medici Crypto, (37) Metastable, (38) Monkey Capital, (39) Multicoin Capital, (40) Pantera, (41) Placeholder Capital, (42) Pollinate Capital, (43) Polychain, (44) Rich Fund, (45) Satoshi Fund, (46) Science Inc., (47) Solidus Capital, (48) Soros Fund Management, (49) SuperBloom, (50) TAAS Fund, (51) Tezos, (52) The Token Fund, (53) Token Factory, (54) Unit Fund, (55) Venture One.

Oh I initially though of a short list where one could hardly choose the right one. But here is the list. Amazing how long it is. Some might even be added to this recently. The choosing now becomes even more harder. LOL.  Grin
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September 23, 2017, 03:51:38 AM
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is there a list of all hedge funds that do cryptocurrency or ICO trading?

to be honest, I know only a few. I know for example that Mark Cuban has such a hedge fund but I do not know many others.

Can someone post a link or list a few ones, please?

That would be really cool,

thank you in advance

Here they are:

(1) 1confirmation, (2) Alpha Bit, (3) Alphabet Coin Fund, (4) Auryn Capital, (5) BKCM Digital Asset Fund, (6) Blackmoon Crypto, (7) Bletchley Park Asset Management, (Cool Block View Capital, (9) Blockchain Capital, (10) BlockStack, (11) BlockTower Capital, (12) Blueyard, (13) CoinFund LLC, (14) Coinshares 1 LP / Global Advisors, (15) Crypto Asset Fund, (16) Crypto Assets Fund, (17) Crypto Fund AG, (18) Crypto Lotus, (19) Cryptochain Capital, (20) Cryptocurrency Fund LLP, (21) Cryptor Trust, (22) Cyber Capital, (23) Digital Developers Fund, (24) Ether Capital, (25) Exagon Fund, (26) FBG Capital, (27) Fenbushi, (28) Firstchain Capital, (29) General Crypto, (30) Grasshopper Capital, (31) Hyperchain Capital, (32) ICONOMI, (33) Iterative Instinct, (34) Kenetic Capital, (35) Logos Fund, (36) Medici Crypto, (37) Metastable, (38) Monkey Capital, (39) Multicoin Capital, (40) Pantera, (41) Placeholder Capital, (42) Pollinate Capital, (43) Polychain, (44) Rich Fund, (45) Satoshi Fund, (46) Science Inc., (47) Solidus Capital, (48) Soros Fund Management, (49) SuperBloom, (50) TAAS Fund, (51) Tezos, (52) The Token Fund, (53) Token Factory, (54) Unit Fund, (55) Venture One.

Wow amazing. I was expecting less than 10 funds Smiley. Now I wish there was a site/place where I can find the performance of each of this over the time.
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