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‘Big Growth Opportunity’: Billionaire Builds USD 1Bn Crypto Venture

Elwood Asset Management, owned by billionaire investor Alan Howard, is building a new crypto investment platform for institutional investors, The Financial Times reported, citing CEO Bin Ren.

He sees this as a “very big growth opportunity” and hopes that the platform could eventually manage over USD 1bn of assets, the report said, adding that details of Elwood’s new fund have not been finalized.

However, it is already known that the system would design portfolios for each investor, based on their risk preferences, expected returns and the liquidity terms they want. It will also measure the potential correlation with other assets they own, according to the report. It noted that Elwood would then apply its own fee, in addition to the fees investors pay to access the underlying funds.

According to Ren, they have already identified up to 50 crypto hedge funds that “probably satisfy our due diligence”.

As reported in March, Elwood Asset Management, which also manages the personal crypto assets of Howard, is planning to launch a range of regulated investment products to lure more institutions into the crypto space.

The company plans “products that will cover the full spectrum of crypto-assets,” including direct exposure to major cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. The company has already launched an exchange traded fund (ETF) that invests in companies involved with Blockchain technology, although they have so far avoided direct exposure to crypto assets.

Howard, who made sizable personal investments in cryptocurrencies in 2017, last year was one of the most high-profile investors participating in EOS’ “strategic investment round.” He has been ranked by Forbes as one of the 40 highest-earning hedge fund managers in the world, with a net worth of USD 1.35 billion (in 2018.)

The crypto hedge fund market:

(May 2019)

  • It is estimated that there are 150 active crypto hedge funds collectively managing USD 1 billion in assets (excluding crypto index funds and crypto venture capital funds)
  • Over 60% of these funds have less than USD 10 million in assets under management (AuM) with fewer than 10% managing over USD 50 million
  • The average crypto hedge fund AuM as of Q1 2019 is USD 21.9 million
  • The median AuM of funds as of Q1 2019 (USD 4.3m) is 3X that of the median AuM at fund launch (USD 1.2m -January 2018), which indicates that funds have been relatively successful at fundraising despite difficult market conditions
  • 52% of funds use an independent custodian, yet only 25% have independent directors on their board
  • The average size of fund team is 7-8 people
  • Typical crypto fund investment professionals have between 3-4 years of investment management experience
  • The majority of crypto hedge fund managers tend to be based in the United States (64%
  • The median fund returned -46% in 2018 vs a Bitcoin benchmark of -72%
  • The average fees for crypto hedge funds are 1.72% management fee and 23.5% performance fee

https://cryptonews.com/news/billionaire-investor-s-firm-builds-usd-1bn-crypto-venture-4550.htm

 

Crypto Exchange: Taiwan to Become Libra’s Chinese-language Capital

A Taiwanese cryptocurrency exchange wants to join Facebook’s Libra Association – and believes that Taiwan will become Libra’s de facto center of gravity in Chinese-speaking countries.

Per a report from the Taipei Times, Taipei-based exchange MaiCoin is hoping to be unveiled as a new association member by the year’s end. The exchange says it wants to operate a node on the Libra blockchain platform.

The news outlet quotes MaiCoin CEO Alex Liu as saying that even though companies like Binance (now headquartered in Malta, but originally based in Mainland China) are already vying for association membership, Taiwan would be a more logical location for a Libra node.

Liu noted that Facebook remains blocked in Mainland China, but is accessible in Taiwan, meaning that “Taiwanese firms have a better chance of being trusted” by Facebook.

Liu also opined that “Taiwanese exchanges are more likely to take the lead in Chinese-speaking regions” than companies with links to the mainland, and suggested that “money would not be a key factor for the Libra Association when choosing members.”

The CEO also claimed that Facebook said it was “confident of building a local user base of more than 20 million people.”

The company would possibly need to obtain regulatory approval from the country’s Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) should it wish to offer Libra-Taiwanese dollar pairings.

Meanwhile, earlier this week, the Winkelvoss twins, co-founders of the New York-based Gemini exchange, hinted that they may be prepared to put a long-running feud with Facebook behind them and join the Libra Association, which now has 28 members.

In an interview with CNN, the twins claimed they have “been in talks with Facebook about joining” the association.

Even if it does not join, the Gemini exchange could be set to work with the social network in some capacity.

CNN said that the Winklevoss twins are “waiting to learn more about the project before deciding whether to join the association or to list Libra on the Gemini exchange, which they said is another possibility.”

According to Tyler Winklevoss, “Facebook was a dispute, but it didn’t really define who we were as people.”

After going to Harvard University with Mark Zuckerberg, now Facebook CEO, the Winklevoss sued him for stealing their idea for a social network. The twins eventually won a USD 65 million settlement in cash and Facebook shares.

According to the Libra whitepaper, they hope to have approximately 100 members of the Libra Association by the target launch in the first half of 2020. Also, in order to join the Association companies are obliged to pay at least USD 10 million, which also gives a right to become one of validator nodes that “have the ultimate power” in making decisions about the project. However, in July, Facebook confirmed that until now all investments in Libra were made by Facebook only.

LG Electronics and Unicorn Could Create Cryptography Companies

The cryptocurrency scene in East Asia could soon host two new Great Success players, namely South Korean mobile telecom provider Toss and electronics giant LG.

According to a Newsway report, Toss is one of three mobile phone companies waiting for a securities trading license from the Financial Services Commission (FSC) in South Korea. The Toss app has about 12 million active users and last year the company got a unicorn. The company’s financial sponsors include PayPal and COME VC in the United States and South Korea.

If the report states that Toss has been approved by the FSC, it is “very likely” that the company will move “into an area that includes investments in cryptocurrency”.

I will submit your request to the FSC on May 30 and the regulator will announce its decision at the end of July. Korea Foss Securities and Cocoa Group’s KakaoPay subsidiary are the other two companies that ask the FSC to handle securities issues. Member of the Government Council of X Klaytn, and it is known that the entire cocoa group is interested in blockchain technology and activities based on cryptocurrency.

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Meanwhile, LG Electronics is filing a patent on the so-called ThinkQ wallet for an application registered with the US Patent and Trademark Office. The company already offers a wide range of products, smartphones, applications and services. with IoT compatible in your THINQ offer extension as per presentation includes LG products and services recently added to your wallet application:

Cryptocurrency for mobile electronic purse pairs.
Question of the virtual currency.
Provide multiple payment options via customer-managed electronic terminals on the site available in retail stores
Electronic bill payment services.
Yesterday, Cryptonews.com announced the portfolio reported by the Samsung blockchain. You will see a range of new DAPPS for AVAILABLE users of the company’s SMART Galaxy S10 phones.

The company will use its own blockchain platform, Monachain, and will conduct its operations in South Korea. Beginning of the Sayit Blockchain.

As already mentioned, LG is working with a KB bank in Payment Platform, which seems to endanger LG’s jet.

Coinbase Leads the ‘Most Trusted’ Exchanges Ranking, Binance is 8th

By Sead Fadilpašić

Below, is the top 10 “most trusted and reliable exchanges” “for investors and traders who want to identify the best venues for their risk appetite,” ranked by crypto market data provider CryptoCompare.

Today, the company launched its inaugural Exchange Benchmark in response to the problem of wash trading and inflating volume through incentivized trading schemes.

Here is how they have ranked the “most trusted and reliable exchanges”:

  • 1. Coinbase – grade AA, total: 60.30
  • 2. Poloniex – grade AA, total: 59.90
  • 3. Bitstamp – grade AA, total: 59.60
  • 4. bitFlyer – grade AA, total: 57.20
  • 5. Liquid – grade AA, total: 56.30
  • 6. itBit – grade AA, total: 56.0
  • 7. Kraken – grade A, total: 54.10
  • 8. Binance – grade A, total: 54.0
  • 9. Gemini – grade A, total: 53.20
  • 10. Bithumb – grade A, total: 53.10

The ranking components include: geography, legal/regulatory, investment, team/company, data provision, trade surveillance, and market quality. We see that exchanges in the top 10 category have received either AA or A grade, and all are in the 50-59 score range, save for Coinbase that is just above 60, though the differences in scores between an exchange and the one that immediately follows or precedes it is small. While most of these are relatively strong in the investments and market quality categories, certain points have been lacking in the geography and trade surveillance categories.

There are ten exchanges, ranking 101 to 110, that have received the F grade. These are: Upbit Singapore (17.90), Coinroom (17.40), Yobit (17.20),Bit-M (16.90), AidosMarket (16.00), IQFinex (15.10),Ethermium (14.60), CryptoExchangeWS (13.10),LiveCoin (13.00), FatBTC (11.20) – all significantly lacking in the legal category. However, according to CryptoCompare, Exchange Benchmark indicates that the exchanges who got C-F grades have increased market share by 30% in the last 12 months.

Meanwhile, one of the top rated exchanges, the U.S.-based Poloniex, faces a backlash from the community that is unsatisfied with their risk management, and they might even face lawsuits. However, news about the exchange’s problems surfaced in June, while CryptoCompare based its rankings on data collected in May.

Also, following a number of unfortunate events, Coinbase got into the #DeleteCoinbase crisis earlier this year.

Overall, the Benchmark is ranking 110 active spot exchanges globally, “offering investors and traders a comprehensive, granular and reliable source of information on the best trading venues”, according to CryptoCompare.

The ranking methodology is comprised of a combination of:

  • 34 qualitative metrics – due diligence checks consisting of six main categories designed to rate each exchange qualitatively on the basis of the above-stated ranking components;
  • and quantitative metrics – measuring market quality through a combination of five metrics the objective of which is to measure the cost to trade, liquidity, market stability, behavior towards sentiment, and “natural” trading behavior.

Trading volume is not used directly in the ranking, as volumes can be easily manipulated, CryptoCompare concludes, and any untrusted exchange can provide false data.

Finally, “Metrics were categorized into several buckets and distributed fairly,” they explain, “to arrive at a final robust score, ensuring that no one metric overly influences the overall exchange ranking.”

Meanwhile, just recently, it was also reported that only 10 out of 83 cryptocurrency exchanges, analyzed by crypto investment company Bitwise Asset Management, passed a test aimed to show if they were reporting systematically inflated bitcoin trading volumes. Out of the above mentioned exchanges, seven were on the “passed” list to: Poloniex, Bitstamp, BitFlyer, itBit, Kraken, Binance, and Gemini.