We’ve purposely set up a range of different portfolios for people to invest into. 

This is because we believe in taking a diversified approach to investing (which basically means spreading your money around rather than putting it all into one thing, as this will help to reduce the risk).

We’d suggest you select a few different portfolios (or even all of them!) to spread your money around.

Single coin options

The single currency portfolios (Such as Bitcoin, Ripple, and Ethereum) invest into just that one cryptocurrency, and these are a good option for portion of your money if you have a strong belief in any of these particular currencies. The currencies that we have selected for these single currency portfolios are the larger ones that are more frequently traded and tend to have very good underlying technology and strong applications.  

Multi-currency opportunities

Then we’ve got the multi-currency portfolios (currently the Top 10 and Opportunities Portfolio). These portfolios each hold a number of different cryptocurrencies, and so by investing into either of these you are spreading your money around (rather than investing it all into one currency). These are a great option to provide that diversification, and may be suitable for a larger portion of your cryptocurrency investment. 

High frequency algorithm

And finally, we have our algorithm based high frequency trading portfolios (Technical Opportunities and Fundamental Opportunities). These portfolios automatically trade throughout the day, and are ideal for the people that like the thought of regular trading but just don’t have the time for it. You may wish to consider investing a smaller part of your overall money into these algorithm portfolios. 

**Important, please note - these are our general thoughts on how to invest into a diversified portfolio of cryptocurrency assets, and should not be considered as personalised financial advice. This is general in nature only, and does not take into account your personal financial situation or goals. 

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