About Coinful Capital

Alternative investment experts

Our experience is in complex transactions and non-traditional or emerging assets, markets, and industries. We thrive in seeking opportunities where we have an edge and use technology to scale it.

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What makes us different?

Specialists

We specialise in thinking outside the box to find high-yield opportunities in niche or complex areas.

Access

We provide hassel-free access to untapped or inaccesible opportunities in a transparent, compliant manner.

Outperformance

We find an edge, make it investable then scale it leading to risk mitigated outperformance of traditional industry benchmarks.

A completely new growth plan

Compared to traditional asset class funds, alternative investment hedge funds provide the possibility of higher returns with greater performance variations. Despite focusing on alternative assets, Coinful Capital strives to be a relatively liquid, short to mid-term, investment horizon for investors.

A proven process leads to results

Aside from a very robust and efficient back office and administration, Coinful Capital has put in place industry-standard processes and procedures for financial reporting; anti-money laundering compliance; business continuity; and personnel traning. However, one of the processes that sets Coinful Capital apart is risk management where every trading opportunity is carefully and thoroughly scrutinised and tested before being deployed.
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Sourcing & Screening
The fund has a solid network that is constantly proposing deals, all of which are narrowed to those that fit the investment criteria, risk profile and return outlook.
2
Review
The review process further narrows deals to those that considered collectively achieve the balance that ultimately result in the expected target performance.
3
Due Diligence
Alternative investments require a high degree of specialization. One strict due diligence process intends to identify the deals with the most potential.
4
Negotiations
Following confirmatory due diligence, the deal is structured, negotiated and finalized. Processes are put in place and readiness for deployment is prepared.
5
Deployment
Deals are either included in existing portfolios or specific portfolios are created around a deal. Deployment means start of execution for the deal.

We're structured for flexibility

Coinful Capital Fund is registered as a segregated portfolio Company (SPC) under the Companies Law of the Cayman Islands. The Companies Law permits the Fund to maintain one or more fully segregated portfolios of assets in which separate classes of shareholders may hold a distinct interest. The assets and liabilities of each segregated portfolio will be segregated from the assets and liabilities of every other segregated portfolio and the general assets of the company.
Carlos Salas
Senior Partner & CEO
Carlos is Coinful Capital's co-founder; Chief Executive Officer and board member. He is responsible for the overall direction of the fund as well as interim Chief Investment Officer enforcing investment mandates.
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Stephen Lynch
Senior Partner & COO
Co-founder, board member and Chief Operating Officer of Coinful Capital, Stephen in charge of the overall day-to-day operations overseeing all the different departments and portfolio managers.
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Ludwin Lai
Senior Partner & Portfolio Manager
Ludwin is the portfolio manager of Coinful Capital's commodities-focused Pierce 50 portfolio; responsible for the day-to-day operations and trading activities.
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Matt Chuang
Partner & Chief Risk Officer
With decades of trading experience in traditional finance, Matt designs customized risk guidelines for every strategy Coinful Capital executes as well as actively identifying and mitigating areas of risk.
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Andrew Wong
Senior Partner & Portfolio Manager
At Coinful Capital, Andrew is the portfolio manager of DGC Fund determining algorithmic trading strategies and making sure they are consistently performing at their best by running routine data analysis on trading reports.
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Benjamin Soong
Senior Partner
Benjamin is involved with the digital assets trading portfolio assisting the portfolio manager with research, developing strategies, capital introduction, deployment and directing the trading teams.
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Hank Huang
Senior Partner
Hank is responsible for the design and operation of the software infrastructure used by the fund for its algorithmic trading operations. Hank also advises on trading strategies and research in relation to the digital assets markets.
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Michael Chin
Partner
Experienced in both traditional finance and digital assets markets, Michael focuses on brining new investment opportunities, capital introductions and advising on each of the fund's segregated portfolio's strategies.
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Jack Ser
Senior Partner
Jack is involved in capital introduction activities as well as advising on the day-to-day operations related to Coinful’s commodities trading strategies and the digital assets trading strategies.
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John Gleasure
Senior Advisor
With his 23 years’ experience in business and deal making as well as his experience in large corporate management environments John advises Coinful Capital's executives on the fund's operations.
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Edward Wen
Advisor
Edward advises Coinful Capital's algorithmic trading team on the deployment, execution and post-trade analysis of all trading strategies related to the digital assets segregated portfolio.
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Eddie Lim
AML Compliance Officer
Eddie as anti-money laundering officer, reviews all trading activities, business opportunities, and strategies to ensure that the fund not only meets regulatory compliance standards.
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Dale Klynhout
Investment Manager (Lazarus Securities)
Representing the appointed Investment Manager of the fund, Dale assures all the portfolios are performing in a regulatory compliant manner as well as advising on trading opportunities.
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Gwyneth Rees
Legal Counsel
Gwyneth is the engaged legal counsel for Coinful Capital Fund's Cayman Islands' affairs. Specialized on all aspects of our fund operations in relation to Cayman Islands law and our registration with CIMA.
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Karl Cole-Frieman
Legal Counsel
Karl specializes on finance law and has been appointed to be lead and United States counsel. We rely on his advice with respect to general operations as well as US matters.
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Terms Of Use

Coinful Capital Fund SPC Terms of Use Notice

Please read this notice carefully and agree below to gain access to our website. This notice relates to our terms of use and privacy policy which we encourage you to please read fully.

Only certain eligible persons are allowed to invest in the funds described herein this website and may only be marketed to certain sophisticated investors (essentially someone who is regulated by a recognised regulatory authority, or whose shares are listed on a recognised securities exchange, is a high net worth investor or who is reasonably to be regarded as being capable of evaluating the merits of the proposed transaction and invests at least US$100,000 or its equivalent). If you are not a sophisticated investor please select ‘I Disagree’ at the bottom of this page.

The information contained in this website is for information purposes only, and should not be regarded as an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any security in any jurisdiction where such an offer or solicitation would be in violation of any local laws. It does not constitute a recommendation or takes into account the particular investment objectives, financial conditions, or needs of specific investors. Coinful Capital Fund SPC does not provide investment, tax, accounting, or legal advice to investors, and all investors are advised to consult with their investment, tax, accounting, or legal advisers regarding any potential investment. The information and any opinions contained in this website has been obtained from sources that we consider reliable, but we do not represent such information and opinions are accurate or complete, and thus should not be relied upon as such. Any information with respect to price and value of the investments referred to in this website and the income from such investments may fluctuate and investors may realize losses on these investments including a loss of principal. Past performance is not indicative or a guarantee of future performance.

General Fund Risk Disclosure

The funds or portfolios described in this website (each, a “fund”) may not be subject to the same regulatory requirements as mutual funds in your jurisdiction, including mutual fund requirements to provide certain periodic and standardized  pricing and valuation information to investors. There are substantial risks in investing in a fund. Persons interested in investing in a fund should carefully note the following:

  1. A fund represents a speculative investment and involves a high degree of risk. An investor could lose all or a substantial portion of his/her investment. Investors must have the financial ability, sophistication/experience and willingness to bear the risks of an investment in a fund.
  2. An investment in a fund should be discretionary capital set aside strictly for speculative purposes.
  3. The investment manager of a fund may have certain discretionary authority over the fund’s assets.
  4. An investment in a fund is not suitable or desirable for all investors. Only certain persons meeting certain eligibility criteria may invest in a fund. You must be a sophisticated investor (essentially someone who is regulated by a recognised regulatory authority, or whose shares are listed on a recognised securities exchange, is a high net worth investor or who is reasonably to be regarded as being capable of evaluating the merits of the proposed transaction and invests at least US$100,000 or its equivalent).
  5. A fund may invest in a limited number of securities or instruments, which could result in a limited degree of diversification and higher risk.
  6. A fund may employ certain investment techniques, such as leverage and other investment techniques which may result in increased volatility of the fund’s performance and increased risk of loss.
  7. A fund generally involves a complex tax structure, which should be reviewed carefully. A fund’s investment strategy may cause delays in important tax information being sent to investors.
  8. A fund may trade in commodities, futures and other derivatives, which may increase the risk of loss of the fund. Fund investments are to be considered illiquid and there are generally significant restrictions on transferring interests in a fund. There will likely be no secondary market for the interests in a fund.
  9. The fees of a fund’s investment manager may be substantial in some cases regardless of whether the fund has a positive return, and may offset the fund’s profits.
  10. A fund may have limited or no operating history.
  11. A fund may not be required by regulators to provide periodic pricing or valuation information to investors.
  12. There are likely to be a number of conflicts of interest or potential conflicts of interest in connection with an investment manager’s management of fund assets.

The above summary is not a complete list of the risks and other important disclosures involved in investing in funds. Before making any investment in a fund, investors are advised to thoroughly and carefully review the offering documentation with their financial, legal and tax advisors to determine whether an investment is suitable.

By entering our site, you acknowledge that you have read and agree to this notice as well as our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and that you are a sophisticated investor.

Terms Of Use

Coinful Capital Fund SPC Terms of Use Notice

Please read this notice carefully and agree below to gain access to our website. This notice relates to our terms of use and privacy policy which we encourage you to please read fully.

Only certain eligible persons are allowed to invest in the funds described herein this website and may only be marketed to certain sophisticated investors (essentially someone who is regulated by a recognised regulatory authority, or whose shares are listed on a recognised securities exchange, is a high net worth investor or who is reasonably to be regarded as being capable of evaluating the merits of the proposed transaction and invests at least US$100,000 or its equivalent). If you are not a sophisticated investor please select ‘I Disagree’ at the bottom of this page.

The information contained in this website is for information purposes only, and should not be regarded as an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any security in any jurisdiction where such an offer or solicitation would be in violation of any local laws. It does not constitute a recommendation or takes into account the particular investment objectives, financial conditions, or needs of specific investors. Coinful Capital Fund SPC does not provide investment, tax, accounting, or legal advice to investors, and all investors are advised to consult with their investment, tax, accounting, or legal advisers regarding any potential investment. The information and any opinions contained in this website has been obtained from sources that we consider reliable, but we do not represent such information and opinions are accurate or complete, and thus should not be relied upon as such. Any information with respect to price and value of the investments referred to in this website and the income from such investments may fluctuate and investors may realize losses on these investments including a loss of principal. Past performance is not indicative or a guarantee of future performance.

General Fund Risk Disclosure

The funds or portfolios described in this website (each, a “fund”) may not be subject to the same regulatory requirements as mutual funds in your jurisdiction, including mutual fund requirements to provide certain periodic and standardized  pricing and valuation information to investors. There are substantial risks in investing in a fund. Persons interested in investing in a fund should carefully note the following:

  1. A fund represents a speculative investment and involves a high degree of risk. An investor could lose all or a substantial portion of his/her investment. Investors must have the financial ability, sophistication/experience and willingness to bear the risks of an investment in a fund.
  2. An investment in a fund should be discretionary capital set aside strictly for speculative purposes.
  3. The investment manager of a fund may have certain discretionary authority over the fund’s assets.
  4. An investment in a fund is not suitable or desirable for all investors. Only certain persons meeting certain eligibility criteria may invest in a fund. You must be a sophisticated investor (essentially someone who is regulated by a recognised regulatory authority, or whose shares are listed on a recognised securities exchange, is a high net worth investor or who is reasonably to be regarded as being capable of evaluating the merits of the proposed transaction and invests at least US$100,000 or its equivalent).
  5. A fund may invest in a limited number of securities or instruments, which could result in a limited degree of diversification and higher risk.
  6. A fund may employ certain investment techniques, such as leverage and other investment techniques which may result in increased volatility of the fund’s performance and increased risk of loss.
  7. A fund generally involves a complex tax structure, which should be reviewed carefully. A fund’s investment strategy may cause delays in important tax information being sent to investors.
  8. A fund may trade in commodities, futures and other derivatives, which may increase the risk of loss of the fund. Fund investments are to be considered illiquid and there are generally significant restrictions on transferring interests in a fund. There will likely be no secondary market for the interests in a fund.
  1. The fees of a fund’s investment manager may be substantial in some cases regardless of whether the fund has a positive return, and may offset the fund’s profits.
  2. A fund may have limited or no operating history.
  3. A fund may not be required by regulators to provide periodic pricing or valuation information to investors.
  4. There are likely to be a number of conflicts of interest or potential conflicts of interest in connection with an investment manager’s management of fund assets.

The above summary is not a complete list of the risks and other important disclosures involved in investing in funds. Before making any investment in a fund, investors are advised to thoroughly and carefully review the offering documentation with their financial, legal and tax advisors to determine whether an investment is suitable.

By entering our site, you acknowledge that you have read and agree to this notice as well as our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and that you are a sophisticated investor.