Australia’s first of its kind crypto-fund, Apollo Capital, has announced it is now accepting official investment applications. The actively managed cryptocurrency fund involves expert advisors including Dominet Venture Partners founder and Chairman Domenic Carosa and Wall Street veteran Henrik Andersson. Applications ahead of the launch will close January 25th and the fund will thereafter be open to new investors on a monthly basis.
As an actively managed crypto fund, Apollo Capital will be among the first in Australia to offer institutional level oversight, not often seen in the fast developing crypto market. Apollo Capital is projected to make its first investments in early February. The investment will be open exclusively to wholesale clients, with a minimum buy-in of AUD $50,000.
Apollo Capital’s investment strategy is driven by Dominet Venture Partners founder and Chairman Domenic Carosa, CEO Holger Arians and expert analyst Tim Johnston, alongside Wall Street finance veteran Henrik Andersson and CEO of bitcoin.com.au Rupert Hackett.
With two decades of crypto experience between them as well as subject matter experts across global capital markets and venture capital, the team believes its well-poised to deliver exceptional returns for investors through an actively managed portfolio of blockchain assets.
Henrik Andersson, Chief Investment Officer at Apollo Capital said “With an Australian Unit Trust we are offering the market something new in a familiar package. The fund provides investors a way to easily diversify into the fast-growing crypto space. I’m especially proud of the team we have built and the partnerships we have formed as we take next step.”
Apollo Capital’s Information Memorandum is available upon request and interested parties may submit investment applications starting now.