Pantera Capital made risk investment at a discount of 20% to 36% during the economic crisis, and the income has continued to grow

Pantera Capital announced in a letter to investors that its recent investment strategy stated that Pantera Capital is currently investing in risk trading directly or in the secondary market, the price is 20% to 36% lower than the trading price before the crisis broke This means that Pantera Capital’s earnings continue to grow during the crisis. Even in the current market environment, there are more transactions with real income figures and stable growth. Pantera Capital predicts that in the next one or two years, the valuation of many technology companies (such as Uber and Airbnb) will be lower than the levels of 2018 and 2019, which will be an excellent buying opportunity. Similar changes occurred in 2009 and 2010, when the valuation of many companies fell, and many funds used this opportunity to obtain the best risk return in history.