A CryptoFund for Investing in Digital Currency

A CryptoFund for Investing in Digital Currency

CryptoFund is a digital currency investment fund where clients' bitcoins are professionally traded in the cryptocurrency space. The Cryptomen team, developers of Cryptofund, claim that it's the world's very first digital currency investment fund. There will be many CryptoFunds, each named in tribute to space monkeys. The first fund is codenamed: Miss Baker. Each CryptoFund has a unique identifier, including unique wallet addresses that are displayed upon launch. How It Works. Each fund has a 30 day funding period, where anyone can sign up and pledge their bitcoins (minimum .25). At the end....


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In the future I see a public blockchain - whether that's Bitcoin or some other open one in the future, which is a way of registering ownership of all sorts of assets and it's a way of transferring ownership of those assets in a single system that can be read by all of the right people and none of the wrong people. So it becomes very simple for me to swap my dollars for your IBM shares, or your pounds for my house. Any asset that we assign a value to and want to be sure about who owns it can be registered using this technology.

James Smith, CEO of Elliptic