The Oxford Club Explains How To Invest In A New Cryptocurrency

Adam Sharp of The Oxford Club recently sat down for an interview with Investment U (The Oxford Club’s educational arm) where he discussed what it would be like to have an IPO for a made-up cryptocurrency. The host named this cryptocurrency the Sharpcoin after his guest. Funny enough, though, there actually is a very small cryptocurrency that bears that name. Therefore, the host cautioned that they weren’t suggesting anyone should invest in the actual Sharpcoin.

The Oxford Club is a worldwide, private organization that is made up of entrepreneurs and investors. It was established in 1989 and is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland. They exchange information about the investment system they collectively developed in order to beat the market and often share this information with other investors.

In recent years Adam Sharp has had a great deal of success investing in various cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum, Litecoin, and the well-known bitcoin. He’s also has investigated smaller coins in the cryptocurrency industry. Many people, he says, start out with bitcoin and after they make money on it they want to know what other cryptocurrencies are out there that might be the next big thing.

During the interview it was mentioned that The Oxford Club offers investment research services to the general public. They also hold symposiums and seminars where they educate people about investing. They investigate investment opportunities around the world and often hold international investment trips.

Today there are now literally thousands of cryptocurrencies that are available to buy and trade. Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) are powered by smart contracts, Adam Sharp says. For his imaginary Sharpcoin he says that once you wanted to buy in you would go to, for example, Once the ICO occurs you will be given an address where you can trade your existing cryptocurrency for this new one and then store it in your digital wallet.

Beyond cryptocurrencies, The Oxford Club also invests in bonds, equities, real estate, precious metals, funds, currencies, and collectibles. Beyond their investment ties, the members of The Oxford Club also engage in being highly socially interactive with one another.