Investment platform Titan has launched an actively managed portfolio of cryptocurrency assets for investors in the US.

The company said that its new offering, dubbed Titan Crypto, will enable its clients to access growth investments with no previous knowledge or understanding of cryptocurrency.

Actively managed by Titan’s in-house crypto investing team, the strategy looks to invest in a ‘concentrated basket of crypto assets that can outperform over a long-term time horizon’.

Titan co-founder and co-CEO Clay Gardner said: “The adoption of cryptocurrencies and blockchain protocols is exploding, and we expect this trend to prove structural and long-term in nature.

“We see the wrong debate being had – it’s not a matter of if crypto deserves a place in portfolios; it’s a matter of what percentage.”

The launch comes close on the heels of Titan’s $58m Series B funding round, which was led by Anish Acharya of Andreesen Horowitz.

The round was also joined by all-star line-up of pro athletes and celebrities, including Kevin Durant, Odell Beckham Jr., Jared Leto and Will Smith.

To date, the firm has raised $75m to support the development of its platform and suite of investment products, including Titan Crypto, alongside expanding core functional teams.

Titan co-founder and CTO Max Bernardy said: “At Titan our clients trust our portfolio selection and we see an ever-increasing likelihood that Bitcoin and other cryptoassets achieve broad adoption and value accrual. We are excited to be the first to introduce this offering to our clients.”

Founded in 2018, Titan currently manages more than $500m for its over 25,000 clients.