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Here is a jargon-free update about two recent developments involving bitcoin for investors: that one can earn interest on bitcoin and that a “Wall Street” infrastructure is being built.
As the price of bitcoin rallies, a closer look at the trends suggest that current demand is driven by institutional allocation and bitcoin’s growing status as a store of value.
In a comparison of bitcoin versus S&P 500 stocks, we found, in a potentially unexpected twist, that bitcoin was less volatile than 172, or 34%, of the S&P 500 constituents.
As the digital currency reaches a third “halving”, the disinflation of its monetary base strikes a stong contrast to central banks’ runaway printing of fiat currencies.
Bitcoin’s correlations with traditional asset classes during the recent market sell-off may hint at its increasing safe-haven status.
Bitcoin is on the path to becoming “digital gold”. If it is increasingly used as an asset with monetary value, what role might it play within an investment portfolio?
Where did stablecoins come from and what are they poised to disrupt?
Rather than looking for a homerun or a major turning point, 2019 may be a year of “singles” for digital assets, with incremental improvements in projects, technologies, and regulatory solutions.
Investors can bet on future trends. The European ETF market in particular promises enormous growth potential. Special areas such as e-sports, ESG and cryptocurrencies as well as smart beta offer investors interesting investment opportunities.