Aquarius launches the largest multi-strategy liquid fund with $600 million to accelerate crypto mass adoption

Aquarius, a New York-based crypto venture firm with the largest network of top-tier KOLs, has launched the largest multi-strategy liquid fund with $600 million in assets under management. Supported by Bitrise Capital, leading miners, family offices, and influencers, this initiative represents one of the most significant fundraising achievements of the year in the crypto space.

The multi-strategy liquid fund is designed to provide both short-term and long-term liquidity management solutions tailored to different risk profiles. As the first institutionalized fund of its kind, it systematically manages on-chain liquidity and assists various blockchain foundations and ecosystem projects in meeting their liquidity needs.

This fund is pioneering institutionalized on-chain liquidity management, serving as a structured bridge between projects, foundations, and institutional holders. It effectively fosters collaboration between Western and Asian projects, holders, and miners by building strong institutional connections. Through its innovative approach, the fund helps projects establish a solid foundation, increase their liquidity, and navigate the evolving blockchain landscape with strategic partnerships across global markets.

Founded in 2018, Aquarius manages both a venture capital and liquid fund. The firm specializes in pre-seed and seed investments, focusing on infrastructure, DeFi, AI, the BTC ecosystem, modular architecture, data layers, and high-traffic applications. Aquarius provides comprehensive, in-depth support to its portfolio, including global KOL marketing, developer and user community building, on-chain liquidity management, media promotion, and go-to-market strategy development. In 2024, with the completion of the new fund’s launch, Aquarius established its global headquarter in New York, USA.  

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