Louis Liu, CEO of Mimesis Capital, mentioned investing with the assumption that fiat-denominated funds will stop to exist.
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For many traders, bitcoin remains to be only a hedge. It’s a small allocation with super upside. Nearly all of retail and institutional traders alike have but to totally settle for what hyperbitcoinization goes to do to the world of finance.
On this episode of the “Bitcoin Journal Podcast,” host Christian Keroles sat down with Louis Liu, the CEO and founding father of Mimesis Capital, an institutional investor investing with a Bitcoin mindset. Liu, a younger, energized and sensible investor, lower by way of the legacy investing hurristic with a pointy and clear motive why Mimesis, and finally some other critical fund, must undertake and outperform a Bitcoin commonplace. Based on Liu, fiat-denominated funds sooner or later won’t exist and he believes that every one critical traders must outperform bitcoin with the intention to show their value.
Shortage drives each side of Liu’s funding mindset. Liu and Mimesis Capital have been investing closely in bitcoin immediately for the reason that starting of the pandemic. Following the big run up in value, Liu had additionally allotted capital to uniquely bitcoin-oriented companies, like Unchained Capital, Swan Bitcoin and lots of extra Bitcoin-only and Bitcoin-centric ventures. Liu believes in investing with a long-term mindset and in investing in organizations that make Bitcoin stronger. He doesn’t see allocating bitcoin to those startups as shedding out on a direct bitcoin funding, however somewhat as additional funding within the bitcoin ecosystem.
Liu and Mimesis famously bought the fractile encrypt sculpture from the Bitcoin 2021 artwork public sale — one other funding into shortage.