Hedge Funds

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.

Opportunities From These Leading Firms

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Multicoin Capital

Multicoin Capital is a thesis-driven investment firm that invests in cryptocurrencies, tokens and blockchain companies reshaping trillion-dollar markets. It manages a hedge fund and a venture fund, investing across both public and private markets.

Pythagoras

Pythagoras Investments manages a crypto arbitrage trading fund and a crypto trend following fund. Pythagoras has $100 m AUM,  a 7 year track record and a team of 10 full time quant traders and programmers trained at Harvard and Columbia.

Ikigai Asset Management

Ikigai Asset Management is a long/short multistrategy hedge fund investing in digital assets. The firm seeks to generate superior risk-adjusted returns through the execution of venture stage pre-ICO investments and both systematic and fundamental liquid hedge fund strategies.

Blocktower

BlockTower is a crypto and blockchain investment firm, applying professional trading, investing and portfolio management to this digital asset class. BlockTower focuses on thematic investments and event-based trading strategies.