Blockchain Technology remains one of the most talked-about emerging domains in the world. It is becoming a magnet for all investors considering the global economy opening to unconquered opportunities in crypto and digital security technologies. CV VC, the leading Swiss blockchain venture capitalist and incubator has not only extended its VC operations internationally to UAE and Africa but now offers fully compliant, bankable and transferable participation in an underlying portfolio of blockchain assets, delivering a balancing opportunity, high return potential and diversification. The CV VC investment vehicles are Actively Managed Certificates (AMC) with a Swiss ISIN code allowing qualified global investors to securely engage in blockchain.
Blockchain technology megatrend’s business value-add will reach a staggering USD 3.1 trillion by 2030.
In a recent interaction, Gregory Klumov, crypto expert and CEO of STASIS, says Ripple faces heavy competition in the coming months.
He says: “Competition for the settlement infrastructure to build payments upon is increasing, and there are multiple projects and layer 1 blockchains that compete on that front. Ripple is obviously one of the largest and oldest settlement technologies in the crypto market. Still, we are yet to see any meaningful adoption and product market feed to originate from multiple partnerships and cooperation that the company has instrumented over the years.”
“However, the fast-settlement blockchain solution can’t just make all the difference nowadays. Offering just “more speed” for networks is not good enough to succeed in 2021. One has to bring more than that,” he adds.
“There’s already a vast number of blockchain for settlement on Layer 2, second-generation DLTs as Algorand, Cardano is out there. Moreover, the third-gen blockchains as FreeTon, Avalanche and Solana are also heating up the race, so the product market feed is becoming more competitive,” he concludes.
CV VC Blockchain T4T: The Blockchain Technology for Tomorrow allows qualified investors to participate in a diversified portfolio of early-stage blockchain technology venture capital investments alongside CV VC.
CV Liquid Crypto Top 8: Exposure to the eight largest liquid crypto tokens as listed on Kraken (excluding stablecoins). The rule-based investment approach focused on a balanced portfolio of the most relevant projects in the space by capping the exposure of each asset at 25%.
CV DEFI Select: Exposure to the most promising decentralized finance projects as listed on Kraken (excluding protocols). A selection of the most dynamic projects in this highly promising segment of blockchain technology, achieving portfolio balance by capping the exposure of each asset at 25%.
CV Bitcoin: Exposure to Bitcoin through bankable security with daily liquidity. Three such CV Bitcoin AMCs will be available, allowing investments in CHF, USD and AUD.
The CV VC AMCs are the result of partnership with distinguished Swiss asset managers DuLac Capital Ltd. (DuLac) and MRB Vermögensverwaltungs AG (MRB). Renowned securitization specialist GenTwo Digital together with InCore Bank the Swiss B2B banking service provider and leading global crypto exchange Kraken as well as ISP Group have made these AMCs possible.
“With these distinct, technology-focused AMCs, qualified investors gain access to the tech megatrend blockchain and a diverse range of the most promising projects through well-structured bankable investment products,” says Olaf Hannemann, Co-Founder and Chief Investment Officer CV VC.
Domino Burki, Managing Partner of DuLac added “The tremendously increased interest from traditional investors who consider the blockchain space an attractive growth opportunity, as well as a risk diversification play, can now be satisfied with the emergence of these AMCs”.
Apart from obviously impacting the financial services and payments industry, Blockchain technology is expected to play a critical role in building data-based securities applications across cross-border trading, supply chain management, logistics, security, and governance.