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Caymanian Cryptocurrency Fund

Recently, a young Russian entrepreneur asked me what would be the best jurisdiction for establishing a cryptocurrency fund if he were to attempt to raise funds from investors based in the United States of America. He also required that the cryptocurrency fund also have the latitude to invest in other financial assets, like stocks, bonds, and derivates. I recommended a closed-ended fund based in the Cayman Islands and this article

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