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Ex-Citadel and Point72 executive Evan Feng joins the CoinFund investment team

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia:

CoinFund, a private crypto asset investor and blockchain research, and advisory firm, announced that Evan Feng has joined its investment research team.

"Evan brings to us his experiences as both a traditional fundamental long/short equities analyst at Citadel and Point72 and more recently, his passion and focuses as an independent researcher and investor in the digital asset space," said a press note from the investment firm founded in 2015 and based in Brooklyn, New York.

"I'm excited to join CoinFund, and am eager to contribute to the continued momentum and future success of the firm's network lifecycle investing approach which covers liquid, venture, and crypto native investing in the blockchain space," Evan Feng said.

Blockchain continues to be a fascinating, humbling, and uniquely interesting space, he pointed out. "But before we get to talking about the future, I thought it was an appropriate time to take a look at the recent past."

In 2020, the opportunity set for blockchain is bigger than ever before and there has been an explosion of data, products, verticals, and product-market fit, he said.

"As a result, we can now apply fundamental conviction and traditional analyses to digital assets, and we are seeing the emergence of an exciting new consensus, despite all the head-spinning volatility and continuous dichotomy of steps forward and backward," he added.

CoinFund has demonstrated flexibility, longevity, and a multidi......................

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