Jolley suggested that a bitcoin allocation belongs in all portfolios, after suggesting that the United States dollar will see significant inflation next year. “We normally have a 15% allocation [...] to gold, bitcoin will come in and replace some of that gold allocation. I’ve set it at 5%," he said.
Announcing the digital bond on Nov. 11, China Construction Bank said investors will be able to purchase these debt securities using Bitcoin or U.S. dollars. According to CCB, the bond will offer returns that are considerably higher than the interest rates currently available on the market—and it will be backed by the bank’s balance sheet.