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Arrington XRP Capital is very pleased to announce a merger with ByteSize Capital, another crypto fund. ByteSize Capital partners Ninor Mansor and Ninos Mansor have joined Arrington XRP Capital as partners, alongside founding partners Heather Harde and Michael Arrington (see the Team Page for more information). In addition, Geoffrey Arone will be stepping down from Arrington XRP Capital and moving to an advisory role.
ByteSize Capital is a private fund and research house focused exclusively on cryptocurrency. They have made investments into projects including Algorand, CertiK and Arweave. ByteSize Capital combines a wealth of technical expertise with data-driven frameworks for the crypto markets.
As part of the merger, Arrington XRP Capital will onboard ByteSize’s proprietary investing suite. The partners at ByteSize have developed a set of tools for navigating the crypto markets, including systems for data ingestion and quantitative backtesting. These systems will be incorporated into Arrington XRP Capital’s existing investment framework.
The merger strengthens Arrington XRP Capital’s barbell approach, combining early stage venture with a multi-strategy outlook toward the liquid markets.
Arrington XRP Capital also took a new $30 million commitment in December 2018 and continues to fund token and equity rounds for crypto projects worldwide. Investments are at http://arringtonxrpcapital.com/companies/.