Switzerland’s blockchain sector has seen promising announcements over the last weeks. The public and the private sector are setting the course for a digital future.
Dubai royal Sheikh Saeed bin Ahmed Al Maktoum is backing cryptocurrency fund manager Invao as the Liechtenstein-based firm seeks to attract more investors from the United Arab Emirates.
Buyback-and-burn programs support long term price stability and value growth; that’s why INVAO has included it into the IVO token’s smart contract.
In December 2017, it seemed that the new, digital economy was about to propel itself into every aspect of the financial world, with returns soaring and endless promises ahead for blockchain-based ventures
This year the blockchain industry has evolved, infiltrated traditional sectors, become more credible through increased regulation, and seen blockchain hubs of innovation cemented in smaller jurisdictions.
In traditional markets, actively managed funds are struggling to outperform their benchmark indices. In digital markets, higher information asymmetries create more opportunities to trade for alpha.
Venture capital investments in the blockchain space have more than doubled in 2018 compared to the previous year; we take a closer look at where the money goes and where it comes from.
The first US-pension fund has invested in blockchain technology. As pension funds are among the most conservative investors, this is a positive sign for institutional crypto adoption; but it’s not a reason to get carried away quite yet.
Bear markets are not fun, but there are ways to deal with it. Traders should beware of liquidity issues, cut off emotions and have a solid risk management strategy in place.