A kind of "Dragon Portfolio"
The original dragon portfolio is described here: https://docsend.com/view/taygkbn (very interesting read). One could start with a more simple version, e.g. 20% crypto, 20% stocks, 20% precious metals, 20% real estate, 20% long volatility (VIX or similar), and the rest in cash... ;-) . Rebalanced only when the deviations from the original percentages become to strong.
A DeFi Fund
A fund that focuses purely on DeFi investing. Investment team does DD on projects which can be submitted to a governance portal for voting and investment approval.
Invictus Fund of Invictus Funds
Exposure to all Invictus funds through a single token. Weighting to be determined by the Invictus team for best long term return.
IC Quantfury Trading Fund
A fund that gives the IC community access to trading strategies run by the Quantfury team. I believe the Quantfury team mentioned being able to access their trading strategies/have an invest button in the app at some stage but perhaps IC can help bring this to fruition a lot faster.
Is it possible to use synthetic assets to be able to have a broader crypto index fund? I would be willing to invest in a fund that had deeper exposure at the cost of not holding the coins themselves. The fund could also have a "liquidity requirement" so we do not include coins that are too hard to buy/sell each week/day/quarter.
With a significant amount of uncertainty in the macro economic environment and the weakening of the dollar, it is unclear as to the currencies that will be winners or losers over the next decade and beyond. An IML fund based on the IMF SDR basket of currencies may be able to balance currency risk if a suitable lending mechanism can be found. https://www.imf.org/en/About/Factsheets/Sheets/2016/08/01/14/51/Special-Drawing-Right-SDR