Investors and crypto-enthusiasts recommend following major crypto funds, their interests, and transactions. Sometimes, this information may be indeed helpful in making the right decision while investing or trading. We have prepared a little review of 3 of the top crypto funds that are definitely worth following.
A16z is a venture fund founded by Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz in 2009. The initial capital was $300 million. Based in Silicon Valley, USA. The current market capitalization is $66,1 billion.
The fund’s first successful investment in cryptocurrencies was Coinbase. From 2013 to 2020, the a16z fund invested in Coinbase 8 times and generated $8 billion in revenue.
The most valuable assets in the fund’s portfolio are:
The easiest way to follow a project or foundation is on Twitter. Twitter’s features let you see which of your followers are following the account you’re interested in.
List of the a16z foundation team:
https://twitter.com/pmarca – CEO Mark Andressen
https://twitter.com/bhorowitz – CEO Ben Horowitz
https://twitter.com/alive_eth – main partner
Paradigm is a crypto venture company founded in 2018 by Coinbase co-founder Fred Ehrsam and former Sequoia Capital partner Matt Huang. In November 2021, the fund raised $2.5 billion in venture investments.
Paradigm boasts a very broad and diversified portfolio that includes the following investments:
Paradigm mainly invests in infrastructure projects, crypto exchanges and NFT marketplaces. The fund also actively cooperates with regulators in the United States.
https://twitter.com/Paradigm – fund account
https://twitter.com/FEhrsam – co-founder
https://twitter.com/matthuang – co-founder
https://twitter.com/jacksondahl – investor
https://twitter.com/alanapalmedo – Investor and COO
https://twitter.com/gakonst – executive top manager and researcher
Pantera launched the first cryptocurrency fund in the U.S. when Bitcoin was at $65/BTC in 2013. The company subsequently established the first blockchain-focused venture fund. Pantera co-CIO Joey Krug co-founded Augur, one of the first decentralized applications built on Ethereum. In 2017, Pantera was the first to offer an early-stage token fund.
Pantera Capital capitalization has recently reached $58,4 billion, while the fund manages assets estimated at $5,1 billion.
Core team profiles links:
https://twitter.com/veradittakit – investor
https://twitter.com/lstephanian – partner
https://twitter.com/joeykrug – Co-CIO