A robot that’s garnered a reputation for outpacing the crypto markets is revealing its latest portfolio allocations as the late July rally fizzles out.
Every week, the Real Vision Bot conducts surveys in order to create algorithmic portfolio assessments consistent with a “hive mind” consensus.
Squeezing into third place with a 22% heavyweight allocation is the native asset of crypto exchange platform FTX, FTX Token (FTT). Rounding out the top five each with a 22% boost were metaverse project Decentraland (MANA) and interoperable blockchain Quant Network (QNT).
“Latest results of the RealVision Exchange crypto survey. An interesting mix makes it to rank three to five.
1. Ethereum 40%
2. Bitcoin 30%
3. FTX 22%
4. MANA 22%
5. QNT 22%”
Regarding the latest survey-based exchange portfolio allocation, Real Vision says,
“This week’s weights in the RealVision Exchange crypto portfolio. Very broad allocation for the Exchange. The Bot likes it more concentrated but also spices up his allocation with a variety of altcoins.”
The Real Vision Bot was co-developed by quant analyst and hedge fund CEO Moritz Seibert and statistician Moritz Heiden.
Real Vision founder and macroeconomic expert Raoul Pal has called the bot’s historic performance “astonishing,” saying it outperforms an aggregated bucket of top 20 crypto assets on the market by more than 20%.
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