💰 Despite slow conversion, substantial progress was made on growing institutional investor interest in 2019. 📢
🔹 Education, education, education. Blockchain technology and digital assets represent an extraordinarily complex asset class — one that requires a non-trivial time commitment to undergo a proper learning curve. While handfuls of institutions have already started to invest in the space, a very small amount of institutional capital has actually made it in (relative to the broader institutional landscape), gauged by the size of the asset class and the public market trading volumes. This has led many to repeatedly ask: “when will the herd actually come?”
🔹 The reality is that institutional investors are still learning — slowly getting comfortable — and this process will continue to take time. Despite educational progress through 2019, some institutions are wondering if it’s too early to be investing in this space, and whether they can potentially get involved in investing in digital assets in the future and still generate positive returns, but in ways that are de-risked relative to today.
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