Last week, FalconX introduced a new series expounding on misconceptions, institutionalization, and technological advancements encountered in crypto every day. I highlighted that bitcoin volatility adds to technological advancement and that central bank digital currencies will coexist with bitcoin, not replace it. This article tackles two major controversial points in this article: bitcoin is not the ESG disaster that everyone thinks it is, and that bitcoin is not as concentrated as top-level statistics often tout.
A quick summary:
Multiple traditional asset institutions have released reports on cryptocurrency, with mixed views, discussing digital assets as an investment. Large institutions are taking notice of crypto and researching the asset class, but there are a few overarching themes that we’d like to approach.
FalconX has been deeply involved in building tools for institutional asset managers, and our mission is to support our clients with not only technology and products, but insight into a nascent asset class that many are exploring for the first time. …
As I reflect on my first few months at Ridgeline, what initially seemed like another small step in my career feels more like the beginning of something entirely new. For those working in finance and considering a job in tech, this post is for you. My personal journey from portfolio management to product management was a long, winding road. I am thankful to have found a company that values my experience while providing tons of opportunities to learn. …
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