Cryptocurrency Investing

Ivy League Invests in Crypto

May 10, 2019
This past February, Cambridge Associates, a consultant for pensions and endowments, encouraged institutional investors to look more into cryptocurrencies. ‘Though these investments entail a high degree of risk, some may very well upend the digital world,’ the company, which reportedly works with institutions that collectively manage over USD 300 billion, said back then.

Cryptocurrency investment opportunity expands

As individual investors consider adding cryptocurrency to their portfolios, the asset class is becoming more accessible as more opportunities to invest become available. For example, self-directed IRA custodians including Equity Trust have introduced platforms that allow investors to buy or trade certain cryptocurrencies in their IRA.

Access More Cryptocurrency Insight and Information

For more of the latest cryptocurrency news, view the latest Roger Report, a monthly video series in which Roger Bryan, a leading cryptocurrency and blockchain expert, discusses the latest developments with the emerging asset class.

Prior to making any investment decisions, please consult with the appropriate legal, tax, and/or investment professionals for advice. As a self-directed IRA custodian, ETC will not provide investment advice or risk assessment of any investment. The digital currency market may experience a high degree of volatility and clients should consult with an investment professional before any investment is made.


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