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Crypto Asset Fund is an open-end, private fund formed for the purpose of acquiring, managing and divesting investments in a variety of crypto assets (all types of crypto currencies, tokens, tethers, and other present and future instruments related to them). It also may make blockchain and other related investments, including in mining and related activities, as well as other investments in the crypto asset space, broadly defined.
CAF currently has three classes of shares: Class T (Trading), Class L (Lending) and Class I (Index). Class T makes all types of investments in the crypto space, Class L lends fiat and crypto currencies to other traders to allow them to leverage and short, and Class I mirrors the CAMCrypto30 index of the 30 largest crypto currencies by market cap.
The Fund may hold Investments on or through established securities exchanges, crypto currency exchanges, aggregators, “over the counter” markets, or through other private funds. The Fund may use leverage on a moderate to extensive basis for the purpose of increasing the amount of capital available for investment or for liquidity purposes.
La Jolla, CA
TIMOTHY ENNEKING, MANAGING DIRECTOR
Timothy is the founder and the primary principal of the Manager. Prior to founding the Manager, Mr. Enneking was the founder and investment manager for the Crypto Currency Fund (“CCF”), a private fund focused on cryptocurrencies substantially similar to the Fund that was based in the Cayman Islands. Prior to operating CCF, Mr. Enneking founded and managed Tera Capital Fund (TCF), a fund of funds focused on Eastern Europe (founded in 2004). Simultaneously, in 2013, he was engaged to manage the world’s first Bitcoin fund.
TCF holds the all-time annual performance records for funds (5,556.39%) and for funds of funds (356.68%).
Mr. Enneking also has extensive M&A experience, having completed more than 70 transactions with an aggregate transaction value of over US$12 billion. He speaks near-native French and Russian, as well as German. He has five university degrees, all in international business and law.
TODD ENNEKING, CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER
Todd is the Manager’s Chief Security Officer and has over 35 years of experience in software development, information and physical security best practices and executive management. As CIO of a half-billion-dollar global manufacturing firm, he led the development and deployment of a worldwide network for business process integration with the highest levels of security to ensure no loss of strategic intellectual property. In multiple rolls with a firm that develops business to business security and integration software, he led the engineering team for their flagship software product. This software is used in many U.S. Department of Defense installations, by the largest missile manufacturer in the world, the largest retailer in the world as well as by the largest ERP company to power their mission critical cloud operations. The highest levels of encryption, authentication, authorization and non-repudiation are used to ensure customer and government security.
Todd represents the company internationally at security conferences, industry trade shows and customer events. He has also been instrumental in the design and development of various physical intrusion detection products, emergency notification systems and global network installations. He graduated with a computer science and mathematics degree from Illinois State University. In his free time, Todd enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren, volunteering for various environmental and social service NGOs, traveling, running, bicycling, playing guitar and dancing.
CLAYTON AYERS, CHIEF TRADING OFFICER
Clayton is the Manager’s Chief Trader and is based in Houston, Texas. He oversees the formulation and implementation of the Fund’s large cap altcoin portfolio and trading strategies. Prior to joining the Manager, Clay held the position of senior trader at the Crypto Currency Fund managing a portion of the fund’s bitcoin holdings. He also brings 5 years of experience in the oil & gas industry both upstream as a geophysicist and midstream as an analyst for a natural gas trading firm. Clay holds a Bachelor’s in mathematics from the University of Chicago along with a Masters in Finance from the University of Houston, where he graduated first in his class. In his free time Clay enjoys science fiction and American history, reading, watching Houston sports teams and weightlifting.