First US Public Pensions Invest in $40M Cryptocurrency Fund

A brace of public pension funds is backing a $40 million venture-capital fund established by Morgan Creek Digital which focuses on cryptocurrency investments. This development marks the first ever involvement of U.S. pension funds in the virtual currency investment space. Pension Funds Anchor $40M Cryptocurrency Investment Morgan Creek Digital announced on Tuesday (February 12, 2019) […]

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Banks in India: Don’t Touch Bitcoin Or Your Accounts Will Be Closed

Reports on social media indicate that banks in India are threatening customers that deal in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies with the closure of their accounts. This move is the latest salvo from the banking industry in a country where cryptos seem all but banned. Upping the Ante On Friday (Jan. 11, 2019), Morgan Creek founder […]

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Want to Build a Crypto Startup? Tim Draper University Can Help

Crypto legend, and Bitcoin permabull, and venture capitalist Tim Draper is now holding programs to help entrepreneurs build crypto startups at the Draper University. It’s long been debatable whether it’s worth earning a traditional college degree or not. A recent report by the World Bank found that despite the mountains of debt students accumulate, for […]

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‘Buffett Bet 2.0’ – Investment Fund Puts $1M on Bitcoin to Outperform S&P 500

Asset manager, Morgan Creek Digital, is offering an interesting wager if anyone is willing to take it. It’s willing to bet $1 million, that its Bitcoin-focused Digital Asset Index Fund outperforms the S&P500 over the next ten years. Buffett Bet 2.0 The fund tracks ten major cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin, although the […]

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Expect More Crypto Hedge Funds To Close in 2018… But Not For Why You Think.

In a recent tweet thread, Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano, co-founder of Multicoin Capital, outlines why many of crypto hedge funds might be closing their doors in 2018. Most people would expect that the bear market and the prices would be the number one reason why most hedge funds are closing up shop. While this is certainly a […]

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