According to CoinDesk, US asset management company Blockforce Capital announced in a report to qualified investors that in the first two months of 2020, Blockforce Capital ’s multi-strategic master fund returns compared to Bitcoin ’s 19.5% return. It was 16.8%. Relative to Bitcoin's 74.5% volatility, Blockforce's funds have a volatility of 24.5%, which is only one-third of the former, capturing 86% of Bitcoin's upside and 12.5% of its downside. 40% of the fund's assets are based on the long-term and short-term trend of some mainstream tokens, including bitcoin, bitcoin cash, Litecoin, ETH, XRP and BNB. 20% are based on the combination of these mainstream crypto assets Are based on stablecoin loans. Since last year, the fund's upside performance has improved significantly. In the first four months of 2019, when Blockforce Capital ran, the fund grew by only 32% when Bitcoin rose by more than 180%; from July to December, when Bitcoin fell by 33%, the fund fell by only 16%.