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[Blockchain Today Reporter Ji-Hye Han] Research analyst at Goldman Sachs, who has revealed his favor with Bitcoin and blockchain technology, is known to join Third Point, an asset management company based in New York. Cointelegraph reported this.
According to a report by Reuters on the 2nd (local time), ThirdPoint hired Heath Terry, managing director of Goldman Sachs’ technology department. He has worked for an investment company for 10 years and is known to be part of the Third Point dealing with venture investment.
Prior to Bitcoin’s surge in 2017, Terry said that “crypto assets will become more mature” and “we will see more use cases.” “It’s hard to see a world where blockchain technology doesn’t change the way we think about asset ownership,” he said.
Along with the joining of a multi-billion dollar hedge fund by a crypto-friendly Goldman Sachs executive, 3rdpoint CEO Dan Loeb announced on the 1st that “We are deeply concerned about cryptocurrency,” and traditional finance and cryptocurrency Implied that they are looking for a way to bridge the gap between the spaces of Some estimate that the assets of Third Point are between $15 billion and $20 billion.
Rob’s personal net worth, hinting at potential cryptocurrency inclusion as a major Wall Street investor, is more than $3 billion. Some predict that he will open the way for those who hesitate about the new technology and its implications for traditional finance.
His announcement seems to have already convinced Shark Tank star Kevin Oryer. He said on the 2nd that he would allocate 3% of his portfolio to Bitcoin.