Crypto is a solid long-term investment for institutional investors. According to a Bloomberg report dated February 18, Cambridge Associates advised.
Boston-based Cambridge Associates, which specializes in pension and foundation advisory services, is reportedly working with institutions that together are advising over $ 300 billion, with $ 30 million under management. In a research note published today, analysts have reportedly written the following:
"Despite the challenges, we consider it rewarding for investors to look into this area today. Although these investments involve a high degree of risk, some may well turn the digital world upside down.
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The document advised potential investors to thoroughly explore the space and learn about various investment opportunities – from working with illiquid venture capital funds to direct spot market trading with Krypto
The latest crypto investment report by the Digital Asset Management fund Grayscale Investments shows that the share of its capital inflow from institutional investors is increasing.
The expectation of this trend will continue, ex-Goldman Sachs partner and founder of the crypto-merchant bank Galaxy Digital Mike Novogratz has recently predicted that the crypto industry as a whole is a structural shift from "a people's revolution to a facility of  "was planned.
Reportedly, the $ 30 billion fortune of the respected Ivy League American Yale University – backed by relentless investor David F. Swensen – was one of them that made $ 400 million in October an important one new fund with crypto focus.