In a filing registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the giant global investment firm Skybridge Capital explained that the fund Skybridge G II may invest in digital currencies like bitcoin. On November 13, the New York-based company with $7.7 billion assets under management (AUM) told the U.S. regulator that Skybridge investment funds “may hold long and short positions in digital assets.”
Skybridge Capital, another well known wealth manager with over $7.7 billion AUM, told the SEC on Friday it may invest in digital assets like bitcoin. The SEC filing discusses the overall assessment of the firm and includes a large summary of how Covid-19 is affecting the economy. Buried deep in the pages of certain assets, derivatives, ETFs, ETNs, and other investment vehicles, Skybridge notes the G II Fund may enter the crypto economy via a myriad of angles.
Not only did the fund say it “may