In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Tracy Weslosky spoke with Alex Tapscott, Managing Director of the Digital Asset Group at Ninepoint Partners LP about what people can do to feel more comfortable about cryptocurrencies and understand how Bitcoin has “set off a spark that has captured a lot of people imaginations”.
Alex Tapscott and John Wilson sat down for a wide-ranging interview with James Connor of Bloor Street Capital. Discussed, among other things: the investment case for Bitcoin, is Bitcoin the new gold, the regulatory environment, Crypto beyond Bitcoin, and much more.
A replay of a thought-provoking video Alt Talk on Bitcoin investing with Ninepoint’s Alex Tapscott, along with Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, founders of Gemini Trust, and hosted by veteran anchor, Michael Hainsworth.
A lot has changed since the last century, and the world of cryptocurrencies is on a collision course with community currencies, corporate payment systems, and central banks. So to digital currency expert Alex Tapscott, what does that mean for the future of Bitcoin?
If you focus on the daily price moves, you’ll miss the more profound truth: Bitcoin is more than just a systemically important financial asset, says Alex Tapscott of Ninepoint Partners.
While the headlines may focus on the fluctuating price of Bitcoin, the investment case is actually very strong when considered in the context of portfolio diversification.
Bitcoin is one of the most important human innovations of the last hundred years. And while the mainstream headlines may focus primarily on the fluctuating price of a coin, the investment case is actually very strong. Particularly when considered in the context of portfolio diversification.
Bitcoin is now more than just an important financial asset held as a portfolio diversifier and alternative to gold – it is strengthening its case as the future of money itself.
There are a number of factors that will, over time, work in Bitcoin’s favor, including how Bitcoin offers freedom from financial repression, surveillance, and deplatforming.
The idea of adding alternative investments to complement the more traditional asset classes in an investor’s portfolio is a time-tested one.