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Galaxy Digital ‘Bank’ Cashes Out Of Investment With 123% Profits

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The Galaxy Digital Bank, or as it names itself the “crypto merchant bank” which is backed by a former Goldman Sachs partner Mike Novogratz, has recently cashed out 123% in gains from the bear market trend.

As a new press release obtained from us shows that Galaxy Digital Bank, which was launched near the peak of the Bitcoin bull market, has netted substantial gains on one of its major blockchain-related investments.

The release was re-shared on many best cryptocurrency news sites and revealed that Galaxy liquidated most of its shares in – the blockchain development startup and the fund behind the EOS protocol, for about $71.2 million.

The company (Galaxy Digital) has registered a realized return of 123% on the investment. Even though the merchant bank will only hold a minimal amount of shares of, they will still work with the startup in a number of capacities like the EOS-centric venture fund and as a proponent of the blockchain in general.

“The acceptance of’s tender offer reflected a decision to rebalance the portfolio to maintain an appropriate level of diversification after the position increased due to its substantial outperformance relative to the remainder of the portfolio,” Novogratz then said.

As the filing shows, Galaxy Digital Bank can attribute much of this loss to its principal investing and trading businesses, presumably due to the fact that November and December saw Bitcoin  and many other coins falling to fresh lows, as the altcoin news showed.

The filing notes that Galaxy Digital Bank is primarily founded by Novogratz’s wealth, 20% of which is purportedly invested in Bitcoin and Ethereum. Even though the company lost $272.7 million in all of 2018, much of the losses were incurred as a result of sale of cryptocurrency. One Twitter analyst also went in detail on this.

However, this is not the end of Novogratz & co. The report revealed that as 2018 ended, Galaxy Digital Bank owned $350 million of assets, 50% of which constituted equity/stake in prominent industry startups.

More importantly, Galaxy Digital announced the launch of another fund (rumored with hundreds of millions in funding) which will loan out capital to cryptocurrency firms – a business which has boomed during the 2018 bear market – as the latest cryptocurrency news show.

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