Our Philosophy

UNCORRELATED
We believe the best way to deliver uncorrelated returns is with a portfolio isolated from increasingly correlated financial products that are susceptible to the same systemic risks. We are banking on the decentralization of Block Chain technology to provide alternative growth that is uniquely uncorrelated to the turbulence of mainstream financial markets.

DISCIPLINED
We safeguard your portfolio, no matter what happens in the market and utilize our understanding of encryption to ensure the custodial security of funds. While we monitor market conditions to make small portfolio adjustments, we adhere to our long-term trend following strategies based on our perspective of economic fundamentals. Our dedication to our approach helps prevent short-term thinking from impairing long-term performance.

TRANSPARENT
You deserve to know how your money is being invested. We’ll provide clear explanations throughout the process, and we can compare our fund’s impact on your portfolio against other indexes or benchmarks. You will always feel confident about the security of your portfolio and our thought process behind our asset allocation strategy.

SPECIALIZED
Our specialist approach to alternatives is designed to give you the potential to make your whole portfolio more durable. While Exagon may comprise only a portion of your investment strategy, our rigorous and disciplined process may help you seek greater returns while managing risk.

Disclaimer:   This is not to be construed as a solicitation for offers to buy financial products or services. There are no guarantees of future performance.

performance since January 1 2017 as of today May 25 2017 +199.9%

minimum investment $100,000.00 USD as of January 1 2017, accredited investors only

Ethereum Classic Address: 0x092c2c790babb32d45638df67b2df84b90fa13ba

Our Vision

Exagon’s vision is to create investment strategies that provide potentially high-yielding, uncorrelated returns in a world of low-yielding, correlated assets.

Exagon and its partners have closely followed developments in Bitcoin and the multitude of proceeding Block Chain markets since shortly after the inception of the technology in January 2009. Exagon is led by the investment philosophy of John Zwick, who early recognized the investment potential of Block Chain markets while studying economics at the University of Chicago.

We trade by taking calculated risks. We manage accounts using strategies that can include technical, arbitrage, event or information driven, cyclic, and algorithmic. Our disciplined approach based on well over five years of technical research has guided our specialized investment success in frontier markets. Capitalizing on the meteoric increase in digital currency exchange rates, our strategy has outperformed all mainstream global investment indexes.

We have consistently achieved uncorrelated positive returns, offering an attractive product that provides managed exposure to a high-yielding market. We also believe that the liquidity we provide will potentially accelerate the enfranchisement of the billions who are financially under-served today. Our initial investment focus is on the Bitcoin market with complimentary interest in other alternative assets and Block Chain technologies with sufficient tradable liquidity.

Block Chain

Before Bitcoin, sequential electronic ownership of property on the internet didn’t exist. Bitcoin sparked the emergence of a new asset class designed in the image of limited resources, but existing as a highly transportable and divisible method of wealth transfer that circumvents the inefficiencies of middlemen or physical commodity stores of wealth. Low to zero correlation with any other asset classes over its seven year history in combination with its anti inflationary mechanics, uniquely positions Bitcoin as an invaluable instrument for savvy investors looking for uncorrelated returns. Since it’s inception, Bitcoin has outperformed all other alternative investments while allowing portfolio managers to diversify the source of their returns.

Exagon’s expertise is understanding Bitcoin and other alternative Block Chain technologies with sufficient tradable liquidity to provide a unique uncorrelated value proposition. In a world where increasingly  interconnected financial markets make true statistical diversification more difficult, Bitcoin and Block Chain assets are emerging as the fastest growing asset class whose gains are not dependent on the factors underlying most investments.

Bitcoin and Block Chain are not just about money; that is just the most visible vector of disruption, and arguably its most potent, since money fuels the engine of human (and soon machine) incentives.

Beyond its promise to be the first open source, stateless money, Bitcoin is also broadly redesigning the information architecture that underlies our world in ways that empowers its participants. Bitcoin’s Block Chain has ushered in unrestricted/uncensored peer-to-peer exchange,  secure identity, decentralized truth consensus, and record keeping validation, to name some of the leaps Bitcoin is responsible for.

The idea is that if we can build a transparent network of monetary exchange without the corruption and third parties, we can do it with just about anything. This includes how we trade, how we think about the voting process, how to end wars, and how to create prosperity within society.

John Zwick

Chairman

Zwick oversees Exagon Fund managed accounts as the principal of its management company CurrenceC Capital LLC. Prior to founding CurrenceC Capital, Zwick worked for hedge fund, Crypto Currency Fund (CCF), which was the top performing fund globally in 2013. The fund won numerous awards including:

– #1 for 2013 performance (392%)
– Monthly (11/13) and annual (2013) all time fund of funds performance records
– Ranked in the top 10 for in-class performance 5 out of its 8 year history

Zwick spoke at the first global Bitcoin Conference “Bitcoin 2013: The Future of Payments” in San Jose, California and worked at OEMs of dedicated Bitcoin ASICs (specialized supercomputers), including as the seventh employee at the first Bitcoin company to receive venture capital funding (2011). Zwick first became intrigued by Bitcoin when the computation power of mining chips first exceeded the combined capabilities of the top 500 supercomputers, illustrating the efficiency of decentralized incentives.

After recognizing the power of the Block Chain, Zwick founded one of the first Bitcoin investment companies before joining the Crypto Currency Fund (CCF) as its alternative investment expert. CCF was the first regulated and actively traded crypto-currency hedge fund. Zwick grew the organization, recruiting new traders and researchers, and also managing mining operations. The Chairman also simultaneously managed the all-time highest performing hedge fund (5,556%) in 2013.

Zwick graduated from the University of Chicago with a degree in Economics and from Phillips Exeter Academy (2010), Cum Laude. Zwick was the first student to pay for tuition in Bitcoin. In his spare time Zwick roots for the Chicago Cubs and the Packers, and volunteers his time as a chess coach.

Christopher Xiao

FX Specialist

Mr. Xiao advises on FX risks. Xiao was previously the head strategist for Bank of America on their currency options desk. He is a forerunner of thought leadership in foreign exchange rate market volatility and risk analysis. As a trader he consistently generated positive P&L on a monthly basis managing positions by utilizing comprehensive fundamental and technical analysis, while observing sound risk-management principles.

Xiao covered FX options for BofA where he acted as market maker in G10 vanilla options before becoming BofA’s Chief FX Options Strategist. Xiao managed the banks weekly publication of the flagship FX volatility research report which highlights shifting macro trends and trading opportunities in FX options.

Xiao has been cited in the Financial Times, Barron’s, Business Insider, and other financial publications. Xiao advises Exagon on its price targeting and trend following strategies in Bitcoin based on his macroeconomic understanding of G10 FX markets. In his spare time Xiao is an avid pianist and sports enthusiast.

Drew Whiting

General Counsel

Mr. Whiting acts as general counsel as a member of Stahl Cowen. Mr. Whiting’s practice is centered in the firm’s Business Organizations and Transactions department, where he advises growth stage companies, venture capital investors, closely-held family businesses, and private equity firms. Prior to joining Stahl Cowen, Drew was a partner at Axia Law, where he led the firm’s Venture Practice, working with entrepreneurs and the investors who fund their businesses.

In his capacity as a venture attorney, Mr. Whiting has represented dozens of companies and founders from formation, through friends and family, angel, seed and institutional venture capital financing rounds.  He has become a center of resources for many notable venture backed companies, serving as counsel through financing, employment, advisory and licensing transactions.  Having started his career at a kitchen table, Mr. Whiting has first hand knowledge of the entrepreneurial mindset and drive, and his approach to working with entrepreneurs is a reflection of that.

Mr. Whiting also represents angel investors, investment syndicates and venture capital firms, where he assists clients with the formation of SPVs, investment clubs, venture capital funds, and venture capital funds.  Because of his perspective as an attorney for entrepreneurs and his experience evaluating and making angel investments, Mr. Whiting brings valuable perspective to his deal diligence and negotiation of investment deal terms.

In addition to Mr. Whiting’s work in the venture capital space, he also serves as corporate counsel to closely-held private businesses, where he assists with employment transactions, vendor and customer agreements, joint venture agreements, license agreements and business succession planning.  He has also represented many companies through complex transactions, including management buyouts, asset sales, business unit divestitures, and the acquisition of other complementary businesses.

As a complement to Mr. Whiting’s transactional work with closely-held businesses, his practice also includes representation of a number of private equity funds, search funds and investment banks which regularly engage in the purchase and sale of private businesses.