In 2017, many of the founders and employees of the venerable Stone Ridge Asset Management were investing heavily in bitcoin, so much so that it necessitated that the firm's auditors needed to explore the acquisitions more closely
In this episode, host Dara Albright and guest, Tim Peterson, Global Macro Investment Manager at Cane Island Alternative Advisors, discuss why bitcoin serves better as a savings vehicle as opposed to spendable gold and more
Competition for new banking customers between large established traditional banks and the new 'challenger' (a/k/a digital banks) banks has taken a new twist. Challenger banks like Starling, Revolut, Chime and others have "attacked" the traditional banking industry with little or no fees, innovative services and products, easy to use apps and no branches
The age-old advice for real estate investing must evolve. It is true that in real estate the imperative is “location, location, location.” But now we must add to that mantra “liquidity, liquidity, liquidity.” It is time to modernize the real estate industry -- it’s time for tokenization.
Over the last several months there has been a steady stream of reports that firms such as MicroStrategy, Square and others have moved to buy bitcoin to use for their cash reserves
While it’s hard to predict with certainty when COVID-19 will be in the rearview mirror, the end does seem to be in sight as firms, industry associations and advisors are all starting to contemplate holding certain events and meetings on an in-person basis, commencing in the closing quarters of this year.
Most everyone probably knows what the headline is referring to, but just in case, it;s the current market cap of Bitcoin.
Each week, we publish the Top 5 Fintech VC Deals of the Week for our readers, but for our year end piece, we thought it would be interesting to take a look at some trends that happened in 2020 instead.
There has been speculation for years on when there will be a bitcoin ETF....
Over the last few decades, the wealth management industry has gravitated towards separately managed accounts or SMAs. High-net-worth clients, in particular, embraced these instruments because they provided a path to invest more like institutions.