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Seeing opportunity in cryptocurrencies

Mr Bryan Cutter has invested his time and money in two companies - SuperHuman and Queen Capital. He says he gets involved with a new business mainly because of the opportunity to create something new rather than focus on what has been tried and teste
Mr Bryan Cutter has invested his time and money in two companies - SuperHuman and Queen Capital. He says he gets involved with a new business mainly because of the opportunity to create something new rather than focus on what has been tried and tested - as there is far more potential growth in such a strategy. PHOTO: DIOS VINCOY JR FOR THE SUNDAY TIMES

Entrepreneur, a strong believer in value investing, has allocated 80% of his net worth in such assets

Entrepreneur Bryan Cutter has taken the unconventional path of being a university dropout and investing in the high-risk sphere of cryptocurrencies.

He was in his fifth year at the business faculty at Singapore Management University (SMU) in 2016 with only a few modules to go when he decided to quit. He was already investing in cryptocurrencies and making good returns, so he decided to leave SMU to concentrate on his own ventures.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on March 18, 2018, with the headline 'Seeing opportunity in cryptocurrencies'. Print Edition | Subscribe