At Cardinal Alpha,

We pioneer in crypto capital portfolio advisory. We advise the clients on variety of crypto-related assets and projects using sophisticated market studies and trading techniques. We trade with reputable digital asset counterparties that are pioneering this industry.

In contrast to conventional trader norm, crypto capital portfolio can provide vast diversification in crypto field, such as daily active leverage trading, spot trading, decentralized finance, coin stacking and so on. Whereby conventional trader could not trade such diversification as individual trader could not manage too wide range of portfolio.

Diversification crypto capital portfolio could provide better capital protection policy to clients with more stable, while remained the opportunities to earn good return overtime. It minimized the risk of potential losses from concentrating all capital under one crypto asset. Advisor able to advise and grab more opportunities in other crypto assets and projects with greater capital size. High profit earning projects can be less risky and high earning potential, however it usually has higher threshold requirement to participate.

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Spot & Futures Trading

Trading is a broad term and covers a multitude of financial markets. For example, the markets for stocks, foreign exchange, exchange-traded funds, options and contracts for difference (CFD). Cryptocurrencies have added another element to traders’ portfolios, particularly with the advent of bitcoin trading.

In simple terms, bitcoin trading is the buying and selling of bitcoin. Bitcoin trading adds a new dimension to currency trading with its dynamic force and the volatility it experiences as it settles into the global market. The volatility (ups and downs) surrounding bitcoin trading creates the possibility to benefit from high yields.

The aim of bitcoin trading is to capitalise on the opportunity to buy bitcoin when it’s price is low and sell bitcoin when it’s price is high. To really break it down, buying bitcoin at a low price means that you pay a low amount of fiat currency for a high amount of bitcoin. Selling bitcoin at a high price means that you receive a high amount of fiat currency for a low amount of bitcoin.

Simply put, a futures contract is an agreement to buy or sell an asset at a later date for a predetermined price. It is known as a derivative instrument because its value relies on an underlying asset. Futures contracts were initially associated with hard commodities such as gold, oil, and seeds. Those instruments allowed producers (farmers and miners) to better manage their financial risk by creating the possibility of locking in prices upfront. Especially in main cryptocurrencies futures trading like Bitcoin and Ethereum , exchanges provide high leverage option for expert traders to capture profit on market volatility.


Staking cryptocurrency means that you are holding cryptocurrency to verify transactions and support the network. In exchange for holding the crypto and strengthen the network, you will receive a reward. You can also call it an interest. With staking you can generate a passive income by holding coins. Besides that you receive a reward (in the form of extra tokens), you can earn extra when the coin increases in value. Not all cryptocurrencies support staking.

To get a better grasp of what staking is, you will first need to understand how Proof of Stake (PoS) works. PoS is a consensus mechanism that allows blockchains to operate more energy-efficiently while maintaining a decent degree of decentralization (at least, in theory).

This means that you don’t need special computers to solve difficult math problems, what the case is with mining. Staking is all about how many coins you are holding. The amount determines your reward. A user who has secured more of a certain coin is more likely to be chosen as the new block validator. Besides the fact that with staking, you provide support and strengthen the network, it also increases scalability.

Decentralized Finance (DeFi)

DeFi draws inspiration from block-chain, the technology behind the digital currency bitcoin, which allows several entities to hold a copy of a history of transactions, meaning it isn’t controlled by a single, central source. That’s important because centralized systems and human gatekeepers can limit the speed and sophistication of transactions while offering users less direct control over their money. DeFi is distinct because it expands the use of block-chain from simple value transfer to more complex financial use cases.

Decentralized finance brings numerous benefits when compared to traditional financial services. Through the use of smart contracts and distributed systems, deploying a financial application or product becomes much less complex and secure. For instance, many dApps are being developed on top of the Ethereum block-chain, which provides reduced operational costs and lower entry barriers.

Summing up, the DeFi movement is shifting traditional financial products to the open source and decentralized world, which removes the need for intermediaries, reduces overall costs, and greatly improves security.