The statement that CF Benchmarks’ recently launched CF Digital Asset Classification Structure (CF DACS) is one of the most notable junctures in years for adoption of the emerging asset class, is a difficult one to argue against.
CF DACS brings institutional-grade definition and differentiation to the numerous nascent and often rapidly developing concepts in the space, from a UK FCA authorised Benchmark Administrator, for the first time.
That means the structure has quickly become an essential tool for investors seeking improved clarity in their understanding of the digital asset universe, with the ultimate aim of optimising their portfolio construction process.
This particularly applies to institutional market participants, who are obliged to meet stringent internal and regulatory criteria throughout the allocation process.
Simple, by design
As shown in our comprehensive introductory article on CF DACS, the structure is, in essence, simple.
Its three-part design is intended to be instantly visualisable – and in turn, readily understandable.
CF DACS’s basic architecture, as pictured below, can thereby be readily committed to memory, meaning that the process of gaining facility with CF DACS components, begins almost immediately.
CF Digital Asset Classification Structure – Basic Framework
A little bit extra
All that said, because CF DACS is a cogent and comprehensive classification structure of the digital asset universe, it does contain a considerable amount of discrete content elements that together constitute its interrelated parts.
Therefore, particularly for those who are new to the world of digital assets, additional pointers may be helpful to aid complete absorption.
That is why we created an elegantly brief but surprisingly thorough introductory video on CF DACS, as a quick and easy way to become familiar with it.
(Click here to watch the video in a new window, or simply press play below to view it on this page.)
Breaking it down
To accelerate the learning process even further, we've also put together the mini video guide below.
Navigating the stucture
The guide splits the presentation into two main sections, then divides those sections into a handful of bite-sized parts.
Alongside each part, a timecode and key details about the part are provided.
The timecodes can be used to navigate the content quickly by skipping to any part of the CF DACS video desired.
Then, for a deeper dive, our full article on the CF Digital Asset Classification Structure mentioned earlier, is the ideal next step.
Additionally, contact us with any questions or comments about CF DACS via our homepage.
The CF Digital Asset Classification Structure took thousands of hours to perfect, but can be grasped in a few minutes, whilst benefits from its active deployment can continue to accrue for years.