Andrew Woodruff – Sustainable, Differentiated Competitive Moats

Andrew Woodruff – Sustainable, Differentiated Competitive Moats

Our guest today is Andrew Woodruff, co-founder, PM & CIO of Black Lotus Capital. Black Lotus is a fundamental long-term-oriented generalist digital assets hedge fund. Black Lotus is focused on liquid tokens that have sustainable differentiated competitive moats, token value capture, are undervalued and have a clear path to real world adoption. Prior to co-founding Black Lotus, Andrew led the primary research division for the past 8 years at Slate Path, a multi-billion dollar Tiger Cub hedge fund, where he helped build out their crypto investment research process.  Andrew is also an active angel investor and advisor to a variety of startup companies, both in and outside of crypto. Andrew graduated with an MBA from Columbia Business School, a BS from Syracuse University, and is also a Charter Financial Analyst.

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