Bitcoin Investing: Where Wall Street and Silicon Valley Meet

Chris Burniske is blockchain products lead during ARK Invest, an investment manager focused on disruptive innovation. Adam White is clamp boss and ubiquitous manager during Coinbase, where he oversees a sell use GDAX

In this CoinDesk 2016 in Review special feature, Burniske and White plead their recently published white paper, “Bitcoin, a New Asset Class“, unpacking what they see as a tech’s investment potential. 

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While most of a normal financial universe was focused on “blockchain” in 2016, few gave bitcoin as most attention.

When brought up, bitcoin was referenced in a context of macroeconomic dislocations like the depreciation of a Chinese yuan, India’s banknote ban, or Trump’s warn choosing win. While these events mostly supposing good examples of a use as a “disaster hedge” in a face of collateral marketplace turmoil, we trust a bigger story of bitcoin’s expansion as a singular item category was left mostly untouched.

Recently, however, we have witnessed institutional investors awaking to bitcoin’s maturation and long-term value tender in a context of Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT).

MPT emphasizes that investors should not cruise singular investments in isolation, though rather in

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