NexChange Group partners with Horton Point to launch institutional marketplace for digital currency asset managers
Asia-based blockchain venture firm, NexChange Group, has partnered with New York alternative investment firm, Horton Point, to launch a new marketplace for the institutional digital asset management industry.
The Nexyst platform will provide seamless access to a broad range of professionally managed actively-traded crypto strategies and passive investment solutions. Nexyst will debut its initial offering in October 2019.
Nexyst is created to provide better transparency and to improve investment decisions for institutional investors interested in the digital currency asset class.
The platform will enable qualified investors to perform online fund sourcing, due diligence and monitoring, and customise portfolios by a number of parameters such as risk, return, correlation, drawdowns and more. Nexyst utilises proprietary enterprise-grade optimisation technology powered by Eleven Marketplace OS to deliver fully customised portfolio solutions to each investor.
Nexyst will also provide fund managers with integrated access to CRM, data room, behavioural analytics and customer engagement solutions for enhanced marketing and investor relations.
The Nexyst ecosystem is supported by an active global blockchain community developed by the NexChange Group. Horton Point is responsible for manager sourcing and due diligence. In addition to a transactional component, the platform will provide manager research, value-added content and tools enabling both sides to interact efficiently.
"Our goal is to create a one-stop platform where qualified investors and fund managers can actively engage with each other in a secure and compliant manner," says NexChange Group CEO and Nexyst co-CEO, Juwan Lee (pictured).
"We see a tremendous opportunity in creating a professionally curated platform where qualified investors can make informed decisions about including this new asset class in their portfolios," adds Nexyst co-CEO and Horton Point CEO, Dimitri Sogoloff.