Miller Value Partners Investors Score 46% Return in 2019
Despite the decline in the price of bitcoin from $14,000 to $9,700 in the past several weeks, year-to-date, the dominant cryptocurrency has seen an increase of around 164 percent as one of the best-performing assets in the global market.
Various fundamental factors including a consistent increase in the inflow of capital from institutional investors, the imminence of the block reward halving of the Bitcoin blockchain protocol in 2020, and the emergence of well-regulated trading venues have boosted the sentiment around the sector.
Grayscale, a crypto investment firm with more than $2 billion in assets under management, disclosed in its 2019 Q1 report that institutional investors accounted for the overwhelming majority of investments into their products.
“Institutional investors comprised the highest percentage of total demand for Grayscale products in the first quarter (73%). This was also consistent with their share of inflows over the trailing twelve months (73%). As we have mentioned in previous reports, many institutional investors may view the current drawdown as an attractive entry point to add to their core positions in digital assets,” read the report.