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Singapore Allows Global Cryptocurrency Firms To Expand Local Operations

Singapore is introducing new payments legislation that offers global cryptocurrency firms a chance to expand their operations in the country by applying for operating licenses for the first time.
Read by 34% of LPs January 20, 2020

Pension Funds In Ex-Con's $30M Blockchain Fraud Scheme

An Essex County woman was arrested for her alleged role in an online currency fraud scheme that encouraged investors to hand over $30 million, authorities said. She posed as a wealthy investor who provided millions in seed money to CG Blockchain Inc.
Read by 43% of LPs July 01, 2019

Billionaire Wall Street Titan Henry Kravis Places First-Ever Crypto Bet

Henry Kravis, co-founder of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., is now invested in a cryptocurrency fund. He follows in the steps of other finance hotshots such as Alan Howard, Louis Bacon, and Peter Thiel, who have all got involved in crypto.
Read by 59% of LPs April 09, 2018

LA Dodgers Minor Leaguer Retires At 22 To Launch Crypto Hedge Fund For Athletes

Cryptocurrencies are the wave of the future that will be ushered in by Millennials, says Tyler Adkison, a cryptocurrency hedge fund CEO. At 22, he retired as a minor league baseball player with the Los Angeles Dodgers to launch a crypto hedge fund focused exclusively on athletes.
Read by 78% of LPs March 26, 2018

VC Funding Into Cryptocurrency Startups Surges

<span font-size:="" helvetica="" style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Merriweather, ">While ICOs were supposed to disrupt venture capital, such funding in blockchain-based companies is surging, with startups raising $434 million since December, the most ever in a three-month period, according to CoinDesk data.</span>
Read by 39% of LPs March 12, 2018

Crypto Craze Finds Few Fans At Endowments

Endowments and foundations are steering clear of the crypto-craze. Ninety-six percent of top officers at these organizations said they aren&rsquo;t investing in cryptocurrencies and have no plans to do so, according to a survey released by consulting firm NEPC. However, many of them are intrigued.
Read by 40% of LPs March 07, 2018

How Currency Investors Are Bracing For A Full-Blown Trade War

In foreign-exchange markets, investors aren&rsquo;t waiting to find out if all the tariff threats being thrown around lead to a full-blown trade war. Some money managers have begun piling into traditional havens like the yen; others are trimming currency exposure altogether; and even those who are betting not much will come from the row are hedging just in case.
Read by 58% of LPs February 22, 2018

Governments Could Join The Cryptocurrency Craze

With crypto mania sweeping the world, a handful of countries have stirred at the possibility of issuing their own virtual currencies based on blockchain, the technology behind Bitcoin. Advocates of government-backed cryptocurrencies say that if the movement takes hold, which is by no means assured, it could irrevocably change the international monetary system as we know it.
Read by 71% of LPs February 06, 2018

Market Volatility Spurs Some Funds To Look Again At Currency Hedging

A pick up in currency market volatility over the last few days after years of suppression by central banks' easy-money policies has prompted some investors to look again at protecting against, or profiting from, sharp moves.
Read by 68% of LPs January 11, 2018

Strong Yen Could Kill Japan's Growing Emerging Market Appetite

Concerns that Japan could exit stimulus sooner than expected have jolted world markets this week, including emerging economies where a stronger yen could persuade Japanese funds to dial back their slowly rising overseas allocations.
Read by 58% of LPs