Browsing the "Investors" Tag

Most Crypto Hedge Funds Aren’t Really Hedge Funds

| Daniel Cawrey and Sina Nader

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.

Glyph Partners With 3 Crypto Firms for Accredited-Investor Checks

| Zack Seward

With many decentralized-identity efforts facing adoption challenges, Glyph's first step – accredited-investor checks – is intentionally niche.

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Stranger Things: The Upside of Down Bitcoin Prices

| Edward Woodford

The bitcoin price correction of 2018 should actually help force the market as a whole to mature in 2019, writes the CEO of Seed CX.

Romper Room to White Linen: Saying Goodbye to Crypto’s Infant Anarchy

| Sheila Bair

As the crypto markets have matured, they've seen increasing acceptance with traditional finance and regulators, but there's still a way to go.

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Boost VC Just Fulfilled a Crypto Funding Pledge 4 Years in the Making

| Brady Dale

One of crypto's oldest pledges has finally been fulfilled.

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Inside Bitewei: The New Bitcoin Miner Being Hailed as a Serious Bitmain Rival

| Wolfie Zhao and Leigh Cuen

A startup seeking to rival mining giant Bitmain is gaining a reputation as a firm that could disrupt the balance in crypto's most lucrative sector.

Airbnb Co-Founder Backs $22 Million Funding for Crypto Dealer SFOX

| Wolfie Zhao

A cryptocurrency dealer for institutional investors and high-net-worth individuals has closed a Series A funding round of $22.7 million.

‘Keep NEO One!’ Investors Protest a Proposal to Make Crypto Coins Divisible

| Annaliese Milano

Neo 3.0 is coming, potentially bringing big changes to the protocol's economic model. But investors aren't happy.

Thomson Reuters Is Adding 50 Crypto Assets to Finance Data Feed

| Daniel Palmer

Thomson Reuters will soon track 50 crypto assets on one of its desktop finance feeds, thanks to a new deal with market data aggregator CryptoCompare.

Crypto Tycoon Resigns From Blockchain Fund After Alleged Defamation

| Wolfie Zhao

Li Xiaolai, a Chinese crypto investor, has resigned from a $1 billion blockchain fund following an online spat that led to a defamation lawsuit.