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Tyler Adkison is an investor, hedge fund manager, and retired baseball player based in San Diego​.[2] ​ He is the founder and CEO​ of BlockTerra Capital​. [4]


Early Life & Education

Adkinson grew up in Culver City, California​​ and attended Mater Dei High School where he played baseball.[7]​ Upon graduating in 2013, he attended San Diego State University​ where he was an outfielder on the baseball team;[4]  ​he was coached by baseball Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn​.[9]


Career

Baseball

In 2017, Adkison was drafted in the 32nd round (970th overall) of the 2017 Major League Baseball draft​.[8]


In 2018, Adkinson played for the the Los Angeles Dodgers' farm team, the Ogden Raptors and had over a .300 batting average. [4]


On March 30, 2018, he announced his retirement from baseball to pursue opportunities in the fintech and venture capital industries​.[9]


BlockTerra Launch

Disillusioned with baseball, Adkinson retired from professional baseball at the age of 22 to start a crypto hedge fund​. He launched BlockTerra Capital in 2018, which he has claimed to be the first crypto hedge fund to focus exclusively on athletes.[2] ​ Along with working with accredited investors and family offices, BlockTerra also has professional athletes as their clientele including Tony Gwynn Jr.​ and Joe Kelly; Kelly was his first client. [4] [9]


As of April 2018, he has around 30 clients, most of whom are professional baseball and football players.[9]



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