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Cryptocurrency ESG Strategy

The CRYPTOCURRENCY ESG STRATEGY, LP is comprised of investments in cryptocurrencies that meet certain discretionary standards under one or more of the following categories: Public Goods, Scaling and Interoperability, Environmentally Sustainable Consensus Models, Social Impact, and Financial Inclusion.

What Is ESG?

Cryptocurrency and blockchain technology have the potential to revolutionize the global financial system and provide greater financial inclusion to all. ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) is an important part of this revolution. ESG provides a framework for companies to ensure that their operations and investments are socially responsible, and environmentally sustainable. ESGfocused crypto projects promote energy efficiency and renewable energy sources, reducing the environmental impact of digital currency. They also focus on social and governance issues, such as the use of smart contracts to ensure fairness and transparency in transactions. ESG is essential to the growth and adoption of cryptocurrencies, and helps to ensure that the industry is held to the highest standards of environmental and social responsibility.

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At a Glance

Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria are a set of standards for a cryptocurrency that socially conscious investors use to screen potential investments. Environmental criteria consider the environmental sustainability and carbon footprint of a protocol’s consensus model. Social criteria examine how a cryptocurrency demonstrates potential positive effects for people and communities. Governance deals with a cryptocurrency’s ability to expand the reach of capital markets through decentralized and permissionless delivery of financial goods and services.

Strategy Overview

Investment Process

Public Goods

Public goods are non-excludable, non-rivalrous utilities and services that provide benefit to the public.

Scaling and Interoperability

This includes protocols implemented to improve the feature set of high-traffic Layer 1 networks, enabling fee reduction, energy cost/tax reduction, or higher throughput computing environments.