Bridgewater Associates, the world’s biggest hedge fund, is supposedly preparing to back a crypto fund for the very first time.
The hedge fund established by billionaire Ray Dalio is preparing to buy an external car, while it presently does not have any strategies to invest straight in crypto properties itself, CoinDesk reported.
Dalio formerly stated he owned some bitcoin and stated it’s “almost a younger generation’s alternative to gold,” which “has merit as a small portion” of a varied portfolio However, Dalio likewise forecasted federal governments would ban cryptocurrencies if they end up being too effective.
Earlier this month, President Joe Biden signed an executive order needing federal companies to take part in a broad evaluation of their policies connected to cryptocurrencies and other digital properties. Some market individuals stated the order shattered any worries that the U.S. would release a blanket restriction on digital properties, and moved the focus to how to manage the market effectively.
A representative for Bridgewater didn’t react to ask for remark.
Several hedge funds have actually currently taken advantage of the digital possession area. London- based Brevan Howard supposedly released a cryptocurrency hedge fund in January, The Wall Street Journal reported. The equity capital arm of Steve Cohen’s Point72 Asset Management led the $21 million Series A financing round in crypto market intelligence business Messari in 2021.
is trading at around $41,293, up 0.1% over the previous 24 hours, according to CoinDesk information.
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