Weekly news for Institutional Investors
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Crypto Traded Indices (CTIs) Weekly Performance
While bitcoin and Ether were stabilising around their all time highs, Trakx Centralised Exchanges and Trakx Diversifier were the best performers of the week, with all their constituents strongly positive. We notice, in particular, the performance of Binance (BNB +63%), Voyager (VGX +51%) and Iotex (IOTX +67%).
Sources: CryptoCompare and AlphaVantage
- Bitcoin hits record as US financial giants embrace cryptocurrency: Financial Times
- BNY Mellon to offer bitcoin services, a validation of crypto from a key bank in the financial system: CNBC
- Uber Is Considering Using Bitcoin as a Form of Payment: Coingape
- Elon Musk’s Bitcoin Binge Moves Tesla Toward Fraud Territory: Medium
- ‘Doge Is Underestimated’—Elon Musk’s ‘Fav’ Bitcoin Rival Dogecoin Is Getting A Surprise Upgrade: Forbes
- Binance Coin Price Forecast: What Next After the 180% Spike?: InvestingCube
- Publication of the 2021, year of altcoins for institutional investors? memo
Trakx CTIs Performance
Sources: Trakx, CryptoCompare
*Trakx CTIs calculations take into account backtest simulated performances calculated since 31 Dec 2019.
**Return of bitcoin is calculated since the 01/05/2020, while CTIs performances were calculated since their respective launch date.
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