Institutional solutions for a new asset class.
Investing in digital assets extends well beyond cryptocurrencies, the trending asset Bitcoin and its largely irrelevant meme-coin competitors.
The growth of digital assets presents individual investors with many questions. If you are considering an investment opportunity involving digital assets or “crypto,” you may be wondering if it is legal, if it is right for you.
We've paired some of the best technologists in cryptography with experienced professionals from finance and technology who have managed operationally intensive businesses at scale for complex institutions.
As an investable asset class, the instruments comprising digital assets can go by many names: coins, tokens, crypto, NFTs, cryptocurrencies and more. All are fairly synonymous in the media, and there is no widely accepted industry standard yet. However, the semantics are irrelevant. What all of these terms refer to is an asset featuring ownership, governance, and transference confirmed through a blockchain technology.