Why Yale Is Investing in Cryptocurrencies

Oct.05 — Yale University, the Ivy League school that has invested in everything from Puerto Rican bonds to timber in New Hampshire, is getting into the market for cryptocurrencies. Bloomberg’s Lily Katz reports on “Bloomberg Markets.”


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3 Thoughts to “Why Yale Is Investing in Cryptocurrencies”

  1. Isn't yale bones and skulls secret society?? 😂😂. Yea I wonder hmmmm 🤔

  2. I'll have to look at what the funds made up of. But, if it's anything like the usual its a bad investment. Cryptocurrencies are transaction processing skins. The what and why is what provides the hoped for ROI value. The name of the investors, as you said, provides credibility. But, even that only holds sway for so long.

    That said, response is purely speculative based on this report. Will have to dig deeper into the story.

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