6 Reasons Why the Templar Fund is Better than Scaramucci’s SkyBridge Bitcoin Fund

The December 2020 cover of SkyBridge’s Investor Deck which can be downloaded here.

Anthony Scaramucci infamously arrived on the public scene as the short-lived White House Communications Director (11 days). With a background that includes the EXIM bank, Goldman Sachs and the Kennedy Center Foundation, the Mooch now proudly bears the banner of a top tier Bitcoin Fund Manager.

Any organization that seeks to increase public awareness about cryptocurrency is one we support, but we also want to use SkyBridge Capital as an example to highlight the privacy benefits of the Templar Fund:

Hidden on page 23 of the 31 page investor deck appears this SkyBridge Bitcoin Fund L.P. overview. Let’s dissect a few elements contained on this page:

REASON #1

The Templar Fund does not charge a management fee. We only charge a profit share fee if profit is earned. If SkyBridge earns zero or negative return, its clients must still pay this fee.

REASON #2

A person may trade with the Templar Fund using an amount as low as 0.000000000000000001 USDC. We do not have minimum deposit or withdrawal requirements.

REASON #3

Out of the world’s 7.6 billion people, less than 0.0001% of them meet this ‘Accredited Investor’ criteria. Aside from welcoming the other 99.9999%,the Templar Fund does not require identity documents of any sort. We have no interest in piercing your personal privacy.

REASON #4

SkyBridge investors may redeem their funds only 4 times per year, with a 30 day notice given. Templar Fund investors may redeem their funds any day of their choosing. Every redemption request is processed on the same day.

REASON #5

The Templar Fund does not report your earnings or account activity to anyone. How can you trust this? Remember: we have no idea who you are, as we never asked in the first place. We are a decentralized entity.

REASON #6

The Templar Fund does not require an auditor, as our records can be seen by anyone on the ETH blockchain. Ask yourself this question: how much do you trust Ernst & Young anyway? (see next).

Source: https://violationtracker.goodjobsfirst.org/parent/ernst-and-young

Does the fact that they’ve been fined $328M for fraud since 2000 give you pause?

SkyBridge Capital vs. the Templar Fund:

Which makes you feel more comfortable and welcomed?

Which will protect you when the going gets tough?

To read the Templar Fund’s 2020 Earnings Report & Pitch Deck, click here.

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