Launched in 2015, Cryptos Fund is a secure and efficient investment fund powered by the blockchain technology. With more than ten years of proven trading experience, the company is convinced that digital currency is the best instrument to obtain real growth from your savings.
Currently, Cryptos Fund has more than $16,94 million under its management and has reached 2562% growth in dollars and 364% growth in bitcoin. Meantime, the platform continues to attract new customers owing to large gains from investments.
After three years of working as a private fund, the company makes its platform available to all investors. Now everyone who wants to generate profits from their investments can use the system. Unlike other funds, Cryptos Fund doesn’t have any limits on the sum of investments, allowing users to invest as much as they want.
The company offers a user friendly interface and simple navigation that allows customers easily make their investments. Users can transfer the funds to any wallet and can select either their wallet or the stock exchange. The registration procedure involves a few steps that take just a few minutes to complete. Besides, the company created a Telegram channel to help users constantly monitor price changes.
Still, due to security measures the fund manually checks all withdrawals, deposits, and conversions to bitcoin, making users wait for 6 hours. This, however, helps to protect customers’ investments. While security remains a major problem for bitcoin trading platforms, Cryptos Fund architecture combines industry best practices related to authentication, fraud reduction and data encryption to eliminate the risk of unauthorized access, theft or loss.
In general, more and more financial industry players are launching their cryocurrency investment funds seeking new revenues sources. Not only established big players but also new ones with little knowledge are entering the digital currency sector.
In 2016, Coinbase’s former employee Olaf Carlson-Wee set up Polychain Capital, which includes investments from Union Square Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, and Sequoia Capital. The platform has already gained $200 million of financial assets under management.
The interest in virtual currencies is explained by the growing adoption of blockchain that is used by companies from various industries to track the movement of assets. Blockchain startups are creating their own digital tokens to sell them for investors via ICOs, which became a popular tool to raise funds.
In June, Tim Enneking unveiled plans to raise $400 million for Crypto Asset Fund that he launched in 2014. “We can actually now apply much more sophisticated tools to a portfolio of investments,” Enneking earlier told CNBC. “I don’t think the world has seen but the pointy end of the spear in terms of what’s going to happen in cryptocurrencies.”
Crypto Fund AG has recently announced they are going to release the world’s first diversified bicoin fund that will meet the growing demand for a transparent and regulated gateway to digital currencies. The fund not be listed on an exchange and will exclusively target qualified investors.