CryptoLux Capital's co-founder Sina Nader and Pactum Capital's CEO Daniel Cawrey explained why most crypto hedge funds aren't really hedge funds.
Two former employees of distributed ledger startup Ripple are raising money for a new cryptocurrency hedge fund, public records show.
Investor Bill Miller said last week that his MVP1 hedge fund has half of its investments in bitcoin.
This hedge fund is betting that blockchain can drive the price of middlemen down to zero, raising $100 million to invest in a range of tokens.
At least one hedge fund sees the potential for big price gains should bitcoin’s scaling debate ultimately be overcome.