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Pantera Capital - 25,004% return in four years - Bitcoin Hedge Fund

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Within the past four years, Pantera Capital and its bitcoin hedge fund has recorded a 25,004% return, nearly six-fold of the legendary Quantum Fund of billionaire investors Jim Rogers and George Soros.

 

For decades, Rogers and Soros were praised by the global finance market as legendary and once in a lifetime investors for recording a 4,600 percent return in 10 years. Pantera Capital’s bitcoin hedge fund recorded five times of that in merely four years.

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Some Cryto-guy in future is going to be wealthier than todays wealthiest on the planet - which nationality will they be? Weird when you think that the wealthiest guy on the planet missed out on this,and proof that the wealthiest mostly aren't so smart and mostly good at pushing their weight about !!!!

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