Hashed CEO Simon Kim at Hashed Night, April 2, 2018. (via Hashed.com)

Hashed, a Korean blockchain project accelerator and investment fund, has built an impressive portfolio of 42 altcoins to compliment their 10 strategic partnerships. According to CryptoSlate, the small team started with $600,000 and turned it into an investment portfolio worth $250 million in just 18 months.

In an interview on CNBC’s Crypto Trader, CEO Simon Kim told host Ran NeuNer that his fund focuses on “high-performance blockchain protocols and also very employable projects and also the other type is the reverse ICO from big companies.” Hashed also makes strategic partnerships with various projects that need help with anything from whitepaper writing to community building. According to the CNBC interview, the ‘Accelerator’ program has netted the fund its biggest returns thus far.

Hashed’s Accelerator program currently consists of 10 projects, including Terra, Contents Protocol, Carry, TTC, Cosmochain, Sentinel Protocol, Pluto, ICON (ICX), Medibloc (MED) and Coin Manager.

Apart from these projects, the fund sets itself apart from typical accelerators by making strategic investments, which it describes as “impact investing,” in almost 4 dozen other projects, including major global projects like Ethereum and EOS (one of the fund’s 3 largest holdings). While many of the holdings are pre-ICO, the fund does have positions in 28 altcoins that are listed and can be bought by the average investor.

Hashed’s Current Holdings (on exchanges):

Listed by altcoin market cap, not portfolio weight.

via Hashed
More: How A South Korean Blockchain Fund Grew from $600K to $250 Million in 18 Months
Related: 5 Altcoins to Buy and HODL for Passive Income

Follow us: Telegram | Twitter | Newsletter

Disclaimer: The author(s) of this article may have a position in one or more of the securities mentioned above. This article is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as investment advice. Always conduct your own due diligence before making investments.