Leading economists predict a global recession in 2020. As a result, the U.S. dollar, the euro, and other major fiat currencies will likely lose in value. Investors can protect their holdings by investing in digital currencies like Bitcoin, Ether, and Ripple.
Bitcoin is a service commodity whose intrinsic value depends on its ability to create a trusted network based on mathematics. It will eventually function as a store of value and as a means of payment, even though that might not be the case today.
Blockchain assets increase the return of a conservative multi-asset portfolio without significantly impacting its risk profile. Even conservative investors should consider a small blockchain allocation.
A CB Insights report predicted blockchain venture funding would decline by 60 percent in 2019 compared to the previous year; but that does not mean blockchain has failed.
Increased liquidity is the golden promise of security tokens – but so far, the lack thereof is a concern for blockchain investors. Issuers can only create a buyer market by building a secure ecosystem that gains investors’ trust.
While European lawmakers are debating the idea of a digital euro, other nations and private corporations are taking action. Time is a critical factor in the race for global currency hegemony.
Asset tokenization will increase financial inclusion by opening up illiquid asset classes to a broader investor base. This value proposition is particularly relevant in real estate markets.
Regulators and politicians are discussing blockchain again, the technology is regaining momentum. However, most debates take place at the national level – although digital technology provides the opportunity to create a truly globalized market.
INVAO hat ein aktives Blockchain-Portfolio für institutionelle Investoren gestartet: den IVO – Diversified Blockchain Bond. Derzeit läuft die Zeichnungsphase des IVO Bonds, bei der Assets in Höhe von €20 Millionen gesammelt werden sollen.
Institutional investors are increasingly investing in blockchain markets. On the contrary to 2017, Bitcoin’s recent price increases are not retail-driven. The market structure has changed considerably.