Institutional Investor

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Meaning of Institutional Investor

Institutional investor refers to an organization, business or institution who commits their money or part of their corporate investment portfolio into in a cryptocurrency coin/token project with the expectation of Return On Investment (ROI) as the coin/token gains popularity and eventually increases in price for profit.

Unlike an individual investor, most institutional investors inject a huge amount of money into any crypto project they invest in and do not just focus on instant profit but rather use their investment as a means of offering support for coin/token projects they considered worthwhile.

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