Hedge funds invest in securities or other investments with the goal of generating outsized positive returns.
Due to their regulatory structure, hedge funds generally have greater ability to pursue investments and strategies that other vehicles cannot pursue or engage in. This can increase both returns and the risk of loss.
Some hedge funds invest in various sectors of the digital asset ecosystem (including tokens and other projects) as well as companies developing or using blockchain technology.
Hedge funds are typically limited to institutional and accredited investors. Account minimums and fees are typically higher than those of other investments.