Laser Digital Asset Management, a subsidiary of Japanese investment firm Nomura, is launching a fund to give institutional clients exposure to digital assets.
Japan’s largest investment firm is launching a #Bitcoin fund for institutional clients.
“Technology is transforming a large part of the economy from analogue to digital…
Long-term exposure to #Bitcoin offers a solution to investors to capture this macro trend.”
– Sebastian… pic.twitter.com/vbZMlNsYtl
— Stack Hodler (@stackhodler) September 19, 2023
The fund’s goal is to provide a cost-effective and secure solution for long-term investment in Bitcoin. Laser Digital is expected to introduce a number of other digital technology products in the future.
The safety of the fund’s assets will be ensured by Komainu, which provides a regulated custody solution for institutional crypto investors.
“Technology is transforming much of the economy from analogue to digital. Bitcoin is one of the factors contributing to this long-term transformation,” said Sebastian Guglietta, head of digital asset management.
ForkLog previously reported that Laser Digital Ventures took part in the $25 million seed round of financing for Web3 company Bastion.
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