Yale University Invests In Crypto Fund

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  • Prestigious U.S. university Yale is reportedly part of a group of investors that has helped a new crypto fund raise $400 million

 

  • According to Bloomberg sources, the fund is called Paradigm and was recently started by Coinbase Co-Founder Fred Ehrsam, former Sequoia Capital partner Matt Huang, and Charles Noyes, former employee of crypto fund Pantera Capital

 

  • Paradigm plans to invest in early-stage projects focused on cryptocurrencies, new blockchains, crypto exchanges, digital coins, crypto funds and more.

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