, 2022-05-18 08:06:00,
In traditional finance, index funds have gained traction as an affordable and easy way to invest in a diversified group of assets. Now, as the world moves to the digital space, these vehicles that have a history of improving the investor experience have also become available for cryptocurrency assets.
Conceptually a cryptocurrency index fund makes sense, especially when considering the added complexities of digital asset purchases and storage. However, in practice, a lack of regulations limits their widespread adoption. When seeking out new investment opportunities, many institutional clients expect the same assurances standard in traditional offerings, including audits and third-party oversight in valuing fund assets, all of which are standard in traditional offerings.
Addressing regulatory concerns head-on is an investment platform known as Invictus Capital. Invictus operates in collaboration with a team of financial experts with deep crypto experience to create a bridge between traditional finance (TradFi) and decentralized finance (DeFi) — and has been doing so since 2017. The team now has a successful five-year track record as a pioneer and trusted player in the digital asset industry.
Most recently, Invictus has released the world’s first tokenized crypto index fund, Crypto20, an offering they designed to endure long after regulators begin clamping down on projects in the cryptocurrency space. In light of this, Haydn Hammond, CEO at Invictus, shares, “Missing regulation has always been a concern for any company in the crypto space, and previously obtaining this kind of regulated structure was not possible for any crypto asset manager. Invictus now offers a portfolio of institutional grade crypto investment products.”
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