Rivemont Crypto Fund, a Canadian company owned by Rivemont Investments, keeps approximately 91% of its assets – $2.3 million – in fiat currency, and only the insignificant rest in Bitcoin.
Rivemont Putting an Eye on the Altcoins
Rivemont Investments offers investment strategies basing on the market’s volatility. Its subsidiary Rivemont Crypto Fund, established in December 2017, is the only active cryptocurrency fund in Canada, according to the official data. The fund trades Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Ripple (XRP), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Ethereum Classic (ETC), and is registered in 3 provinces with the Ontario Securities Commission, the Alberta Securities Commission, and the British Columbia Securities Commission. Rivemont Crypto Fund is considering investments in Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and alternative coins such as Neo and Dash.
The Interest Is Growing Even Hotter
The company’s head Martin Lalonde told Bloomberg that he had put the majority of the fund’s assets in Bitcoin and Ethereum once BTC crossed a technical indicator on July 4, and had moved back to fiat when it intersected the line again. “Those who think that interest in cryptocurrencies is running out of steam are not watching closely. The opposite is happening,” Lalone added.