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Fairfax County Pension Funds Invested $21 Million in Blockchain Technology

Fairfax county of the United States state of Virginia, has invested $21 million in Morgan Creek Blockchain Opportunities Fund, according to an official note published on Feb. 13.Jeff Weiler, Executive Director at Fairfax County Retirement Systems, clarified the terms of recent investments in Morgan Creek Digital that reportedly amounted to

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In Industry First, Crypto Asset Manager Morgan Creek Raises Money from Pension Funds

The $40 million investment fund of Morgan Creek will major focus on crypto investments along with other blockchain startups and token-based projects.On Tuesday, February 12, Morgan Creek became the first company in the crypto sector to secure massive funding from pension funds, reports Bloomberg. Two separate pension funds of Virginia’s Fairfox County

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Morgan Creek Digital Secures $40M Backing from Public Pension Funds

According to Bloomberg, renowned digital asset firm Morgan Creek Digital has successfully closed a new $40 million blockchain-specific venture capital fund. It has done this because of major contributions from two US public pensions. Initially, the venture looked to raise $25 million. Morgan Creek Digital Backed by finance behemoth Morgan Creek Capital, Morgan Creek Digital is

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Russian State Pension Fund to Use Blockchain for Employment Contracts

The Russian state pension fund (PFR), the country’s largest social service, has recently suggested implementing blockchain technology in labor relations, local news outlet Izvestiya reports Wednesday, August 29, citing the organization’s press center. The fund plans to introduce smart contracts to be used as employment contracts between employers and employees.

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Bank of Montreal, Teachers’ Pension Fund Trial Canadian Dollar Debt Deal via Blockchain

The Bank of Montreal and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan have tested a Canadian-dollar debt deal using blockchain, Bloomberg reports August 15. In the pilot transaction, the bank is said to have sold $250 million Canadian dollars (around $190 million) of one-year floating rate deposit notes to the teachers’ pension fund,

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