What we do
We build investment strategies for investors and asset managers, tailored to the age of digital assets
A complete platform for digital asset investment,
built to capture the growth potential of this space
at a low cost and maximum security.
Invests in the top 15 digital assets related to the metaverse concept, ranked by market cap. The weight per asset is capped at 20%.Read more
DAISYs translate the core strengths of classical investment products to the new era of digital assets.
- Specific focus area
- Diversified by design
- Funds are cost-effective
- Secure by design
- Tailored to the regulatory landscape
“The digital asset market is mature enough to allow for investment at scale, while small enough to allow for massive growth”Mark Offerman – Founder & CEO
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The DAISYs are Digital Asset Investment Strategies that aim to track the performance of a selection of Digital Assets over time, according to a predetermined selection and rebalancing process. The selection process differs per DAISY and can be based on characteristics like market capitalization, underlying technology or functional application. The rebalancing process is predefined per DAISY and usually takes place periodically.
Yes, each DAISY is registered with its own AFM registration. The DAISYs are structured as Closed funds for joint account (“besloten fondsen voor gemene rekening”) with an open end. As a result, the DAISYs are fiscally transparent. This means that they are exempt from both the Income Tax Act 2001 (“Wet IB 2001”) as the Corporation Tax Act 1969 (“Wet Vpb 1969”). Assets, liabilities, proceeds from investments, and capital movements are directly attributed to Unit Holders and consequently taxed at the Unit Holders’ level.
Units can only be issued to Investors who can meet the minimum deposit requirement of € 100,000 per DAISY and the other specified subscription requirements. Units are only redeemable by the DAISYs under the Conditions and cannot be transferred to third parties (except for relatives by blood or other relations in the direct line).