Alpha Sigma Capital, a self-described “pioneering digital asset fund investing in emerging cryptocurrencies and blockchain companies,” will be accepting investments from IRAs, according to a press release from the group.
However, there’s a catch. They will only accept IRAs from Accredited Investors in the United States, the press release continues.
Speaking on the matter is Enzo Villani, the CEO and Managing Partner of the firm, who said:
“The opportunity to invest in digital assets via your tax-deferred account demonstrates the continued mainstream adoption of this new asset class.”
The firm considers itself a group of “active investors” in the blockchain space, and their activism is intended to find “undervalued and under-discovered companies executing on their business plans and developing their digital asset economy,” the press release also states.
“Alpha Sigma Capital takes a unique approach to invest in blockchain companies and the digital assets that drive their ecosystems. ASC Research Group conducts channel-checks through our multiple relationships within the industry, including speaking to management and having key analysts and contacts to verify claims and offerings,” the press release concludes.
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