TaaS Capital Fund: Taking Blockchain Wealth Management To The Next L

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TaaS Capital Fund: Taking Blockchain Wealth Management to the Next Level

TaaS Capital Fund (TCF), the revolutionary wealth management fund is now open for new subscriptions. The blockchain based service is out to streamline and enable professional investors to tap into the benefits of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT). It seeks to optimize profits by edging out the thorny industry bottlenecks in the legal and technical spheres amongst others. Currently, investors are mostly barred from taking optimal advantage of the disruptive technology due to high volatility, immature transparency, lack of reliable data and the obtrusive regulatory and technological obstacles.

To address these challenging industry demands, TCF draws its advisory from tested international investment gurus. Based out of Luxembourg, the platform deliberately employs top-notch in-house diligence and first-class expertise to meet the set standards and objectives. Listed next, is a compilation of services offered in no particular order;

  1. Early-stage investments in DLT equities and tokenized securities
  2. Algorithmic/arbitrage trading by utilizing market mispricing and inefficiencies
  3. Spot trading of tokens and tokenized securities with risk-optimized, value-oriented strategies
  4. Investing in DLT assets with high network growth and solid game theory mechanics
  5. Smart portfolio rebalancing into a set of 10 to 50 assets carefully selected out of over 100 fundamental assets
  6. Swift response to shifts in market fundamentals, and dynamic monitoring and evaluation of the market risks, challenges and opportunities.

Further, TCF itself is monitored by a blockchain based platform. GPMG is the function overseeing TCF’s operations. The General Partnership, which is the model that TCF operates under, is a plug and play structure that holds several funds including TCF. At the very beginning of the relationship, funds come in under the Special Limited Partnership (SLP) where they can only invest in cryptos and blockchain. While the SLP promoter fixes the core aspects of the framework, GPMG comes in to ensure it is properly governed. It accounts for key factors like; Know Your Customer (KYC) & Anti Money Laundering (AML), audit, regulatory compliance and transaction process amongst others. Essentially, GPMG employs the inherent, cutting-edge attributes of the blockchain to assure the transparency and credibility of activities undertaken on platforms such as TCF. TCF is the first fund to be supervised by GPMG.

TCF is an expansion of Token-as-a-service (TaaS) which had a record-breaking success rate of 780% within a year. It beat the Bitcoin and Bitcoin/Ethereum standard. With over 50,000 sales and participating in 35 token sales between March 2017 and April 2018, TaaS set a new record, raking in $32.5 million. Of the total profits, $16 million was distributed back to TaaS token owners.

The TCF platform offers services in both fiat and cryptocurrencies. Subscriptions are set at EUR 100,000 or its equivalent in BTC or ETH. KYC /AML compliance is a must for investors.

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