Crypto represents a solid investment for long-term institutional investors, advised Cambridge Associates, according to a Bloomberg report on February 18.
Boston-based Cambridge Associates, specializing in pension consultant, apparently working with institutions that collectively counsel over $ 300 billion, with $ 30 million under management. In a research paper published today, analysts wrote at the firm that:
"Despite the challenges, we think it's worthwhile for investors to start exploring this area today with an eye to the long-term, even though these investments entails a high degree of risk, some may well outweigh the digital world.
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The document continued to advise potential investors to thoroughly investigate and educate about the space, and to explore different investment routes – from working with illiquid risk capital funds to direct spot marketing on cryptographic exchanges.
As reported, the digital property management fund Grayscale Investments & # 39; latest crypto investment report shows that the proportion of capital inflows from institutional investors is increasing.
Anticipating this trend will continue, ex-Goldman Sachs partner and founder of the crypto store bank Digital Digital Mike Novogratz has recently assumed that the crypto industry as a whole is ready to undergo a structural shift, from "a people's revolution to [an] institution [-led]
As reported, $ 30 billion was donated by prestigious Ivy League US university Yale – the hell of stalwart investor David F. Swensen – one of those who will help raise $ 400 million for a large new crypto-fund in October