Getting a Handle on How to Hold Cryptocurrencies

01.19.18

As cryptocurrencies start to become more accepted as an investable asset class, existing and new private fund sponsors, professional investors and institutional investors are examining the challenges of holding cryptocurrencies as part of existing portfolios or newly dedicated allocations. Many of these challenges are operational in nature, for example, how can these assets be held and accounted for? Others are regulatory in nature, for example, how do existing securities laws require investment advisers hold and safe-keep these assets?

An age-old dilemma presents itself again in the area: How do you apply rules and laws to new technologies that did not exist at the time the laws were written? READ HERE

Published in the Fort Worth Business Press

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