Bitcoin is unique because it was the first operational digital currency. It remains the largest and the most important asset in the digital asset industry. Bitcoin has historically commanded at least 60% of the total digital asset market cap and remains the industry benchmark to this day.1 As the industry has grown, hundreds of other digital assets have been launched. Non-Bitcoin digital assets vary in structure, goals and use cases.Read More ›
Contrary to many misconceptions, Bitcoin can function as an asset class in investor portfolios, alongside traditional assets like equities or gold. Viewing Bitcoin through the same lens as one were to use for any traditional asset, we see five compelling reasons why investors may consider including Bitcoin in their investment portfolios.Read More ›
The topic of digital assets, and Bitcoin in particular, continues to receive increasing investor interest and adoption, particularly given Bitcoin’s historically strong performance, low correlation to traditional asset classes over time1 and viability as a digital store of value competitive with traditional alternatives. Yet investor education about Bitcoin needs to be significantly simplified to demystify the asset class, in our view.Read More ›
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