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Interview Series – Ari Shpanya, CEO, of Slice RE

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Ari Shpanya is the CEO at Slice RE, an STO that offers institutional grade commercial real-estate in prime markets.

AT: Is investing restricted to accredited investors?

AS: This would depend on the investor’s nationality. In general, Slice dedicates a great deal of time and resources to comply with the regulatory requirements of each jurisdiction our company targets. Accreditation is a US regulatory process, so in the United States investing is restricted to accredited investors. Other countries have different definitions and requirements, and Slice complies with these requirements. Oftentimes, we get approached by individuals of countries we’ve never dealt with, so our compliance officer helps these individuals find out whether they are eligible to invest or not.

AT: Slice RE currently enables international investors to take advantage of US real estate. Are there any geographical restrictions on the location of investors?

AS: Our current focus is on EMEA. More specifically, we are currently working with investors from countries like Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, Europe and Israel.

AT: You recently partnered with StraightUp which offers commercial real estate in major hotspots such as Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York. Any plans on further diversifying into secondary cities?

AS: In the long run, definitely. Our focus at the moment is commercial real estate projects in major US cities. For example, our Manhattan One project is in the heart of Manhattan in the sought-after Chelsea neighborhood. Our experience has taught us that international investors look for opportunities in markets they understand or are somewhat familiar with. Once they experience these investments first hand, they’ll be more inclined to invest in secondary and tertiary markets. We have a team of real estate analysts in Los Angeles and San Francisco that actively vets and sources deals nationwide.

AT: How are you planning on differentiating yourself from new competitors such as BlockEstate, Realecoin, Property Coin, etc.

AS: We don’t consider these companies competition. Slice is in the business of cross-border RE investments. Our current investments, like Manhattan One, can be treated as a traditional private equity deal. The tokens and optional liquidity are just an additional layer of benefits that lives on top of our core business. Liquidity is something that is going to be fully realized when secondary markets (like OpenFinance and tZero) will mature and facilitate meaningful trading volume.

AT: Can you explain what happens after an investor signs up and logins in for the first time? What’s the KYC and AML process?

AS: Our investors must go through 3 simple steps before they are able to invest in our offerings (registration, onboarding and investment).

During registration, investors provide general details like email and phone number to quickly set up an account. Onboarding is the process of Slice getting to know the investor on multiple facets: (1) initiating a KYC/AML/Accreditation process, (2) learning the investor’s intentions, expectations and experience with alternative investments (3) cultivating a meaningful relationship by assigning the investors with an account manager.

The KYC/AML process includes uploading:

  1. A selfie
  2. A government-issued ID (in English) or a passport
  3. A utility bill

The uploaded documents and information are then being verified and screened.

Once this is done, investors can explore offerings suited for their preferences. The investments can be subscribed using the platform, which includes a data room, eSigning and online payment modules. Later on, and depending on market volume, investors can expect to enjoy liquidity for their investments.

AT: Will investors be able to handpick the investment that they wish to be involved in? Or will it be simply an investor holds a security token, and that security token is invested in multiple properties?

AS: Slice lets investors cherry pick a specific project, as opposed to a traditional REIT model, where investors have to invest in a basket of projects of varying quality. We let investors get involved with a fairly little capital, because we understand that this type of investment vehicle is new for most investors, and we want to give them the opportunity to experience the benefits of this investment before adding more capital to their Slice real estate portfolio. The beauty of this model is that it allows investors to allocated small amounts to different projects and thus create a truly diversified real estate portfolio.

AT: Can you explain the investment style option which currently offers conservative, medium, or aggressive investments? I’ve seen this in traditional mutual funds, but it’s something that might be new for a lot of people in the real estate space. What are the different levels? Is this based on a projected yield/risk analysis?

AS: Real estate investments are typically divided into 3 main strategies based on perceived risk and projected returns. As the projected returns increase, so does the potential risk.

Core – Core assets are relatively stable yielding assets, located in major developed markets. They are characterized with strong fundamentals, high occupancy, credible tenants and a low degree of leverage. These projects are usually owned by institutional investors for a long holding period. These assets are considered to be a conservative investment, and the main objective investors choose them is wealth preservation.

Value-Add – These investments holds a higher level of risk with a greater upside potential. These assets can be found in primary or secondary markets, where the manager can actively add value by renovating the asset, increasing occupancy, or improving the tenants quality.

Opportunistic – There are many types of opportunistic investments, but generally these are either highly distressed properties (major vacancy, financial distress), new development projects, or assets in emerging markets. These assets typically require significant rehabilitation and have little to no cash flow. They carry the highest risk, and require experienced management, but can generate the highest returns (most of the return will be generated when the asset is sold or refinanced).

AT: Investors can earn dividends from real estate. Will you be outsourcing the collection of rent, managing properties, etc. to a management company or will you create a management company to manage these assets?

AS: Slice is a tech company that specializes in the tokenization of commercial real estate investments. We believe in domain expertise and therefore work with professional property management firms and legal advisors to best serve our investors. These services are being outsource to contractors with a proven track record, as we have no intentions to become a property management company.

AT: With the potential economies of scale that can be had, what are the property management fees that we can expect?

AS: Again Slice is not a property management firm. The industry has its standards regarding fee structures, depending on the property type. Due to our team’s vast experience, and the numerous relationships we have with developers, we are able to compare and negotiate attractive terms and fee structures for our investors.

AT: What’s the average projected holding time? For example, is the idea to purchase the development in pre-construction, tenant it for a year, and then flip it?

AS: The holding periods depend on the underlying asset. This might be a 2-3 year hold for a new condo construction or a 5-year hold for an income-producing asset. Our model lets investors take charge of their own holding period and liquidate their position without having to pay a hefty premium. We believe that the introduction of secondary markets is around the corner and that the revolution of tradable private securities will be expanded to other asset classes like fine art, stock options, and more.

AT: How are you planning on attracting the retail investors who are new to the concept of blockchain and tokenization of real estate?

AS: At Slice, we are not in the business of overpromising; we believe that retail investors should be handled with special care and with full transparency. The true adoption of retail investors will come from the fruition of projects led by developers with a meaningful track record (like our partners @ HAP NYC), the continuous development of quality project, and the emergence of secondary markets with meaningful trade volumes. Once these three pillars are in place, we believe that more retail investors will be actively looking for these kind of deals, and regulators worldwide will approve investment vehicles that are aimed specifically for retail investors.

AT: What are your marketing plans for the next 12 months?

AS: We focus on educating the market about the benefits of security tokens for cross-border investors. Most prospects we talk to don’t fully understand the difference between utility tokens, which are backed by empty promises, and security tokens that are backed by real-world assets. These same investors certainly don’t understand security tokens advantages like fractional ownership, increased liquidity, rapid settlement, reduction in direct costs, automated compliance, and asset interoperability – so educating the market is key. This month, we are launching a webinar series to help prospective investors understand the benefits of our technology and get to know our strategic partners (like HAP) which build some of the projects we tokenize. This effort gives our audience an opportunity to meet our management team, ask questions, and ultimately build trust with our brand.

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Antoine Tardif is the CEO of BlockVentures.com, and has invested in over 50 blockchain projects. He is also the founder of bitcoinlightning.com a news website focusing on the lightning network, and a founding partner of Securities.io

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Interview Series – Zoe Adamovicz, CEO & Cofounder of Neufund

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Zoe Adamovicz is the CEO and co-founder at Neufund. She is an experienced entrepreneur and occasional angel investor.

Zoe is passionate about building technology businesses that are impactful, positive and at the same time profitable and powerful. Prior to Neufund, she founded Xyo, a company that re-imagines how people discover apps, Priori Data (app store intelligence), and Concise Software which provides software development and engineering services.

 

RS: Neufund has been described as a “stock exchange without the operator in the back”.  What kind of similarities and dissimilarities has Neufund to a traditional stock exchange?

ZA: On one hand, Neufund provides companies with a technical ecosystem that allows them to tokenize their equity, and on the other hand it serves as a primary market for securities offerings, making it easy for companies to conduct a quasi-IPO on Blockchain. The latter may remind investors of the typical role of a stock exchange. However, secondary trading of such tokenized securities is happening outside of the Neufund platform. Equity which is tokenized through our protocol is ERC20 compliant, meaning that on a technical level it is possible to trade the tokens on any crypto exchange.

 

RS: What is the advantage of conducting a quasi-IPO on Blockchain over going public on a typical stock exchange?

ZA: Conducting an STO is much more accessible to companies than going public on a traditional stock exchange. You can conduct a public offering on Blockchain at almost no cost and at any stage of growth. It is interesting to observe, which gap in the existing fundraising market STOs will fill. We think it is a natural fit for a pre-IPO stage, when a company is too big for a typical VC round, and too small to file for an IPO.

Going public on Blockchain carries different benefits both pre- and post-offering. Companies no longer need to involve multiple middleman on the various stages of their offering, their cap table is updated in real time and investor can now manage their assets with greater flexibility. Also worth noting is the programmability of tokenized assets, which means that issuers can include utility functions in the asset itself such as automated dividend distribution. At the same time, making a public offering on Blockchain includes all typical advantages of going public, as well as the ability to conduct secondary offerings easily.

 

RS: What types of investors do you think will be attracted to Neufund’s ecosystem?

ZA: During our recent and also first Security Token Offering we have attracted a very diverse group of investors, which includes prominent venture capital firms like Atlantic Labs or Freigeist Capital, as well as angel investors, many of whom had no previous experience in this area. We find this especially interesting with the ongoing debate in mind  on how Blockchain will impact the venture capital world. To us, conducting the offering on Blockchain isn’t contrary to typical investment rounds but rather enhances them, bringing much needed liquidity which so far only existed in capital markets.

But that’s not all, we also receive wide interest from many crypto and retail investors. The former see Neufund as a safe way to invest their crypto capital, while the latter appreciate the ease with which they can make their investments and manage assets at a later stage.

 

RS: Why is Neufund a good platform for investors to make their investments?

ZA: Neufund serves as a market with different offerings, coming from different companies and we encourage all of the investors to review each opportunity independently. However, all equity tokens offered through Neufund have similar advantages over paper-based assets that are known from traditional markets.

First, token holders will potentially have, once regulated, access to a global pool of investors across multiple secondary exchanges which potentially increases liquidity. Second, they are programmable assets which makes it possible to embed utility functions such as automated dividend distribution or voting mechanisms. Third, one real world asset can be represented by many tokens which lowers barriers to entry for retail investors.

What makes Neufund stand out from the crowd of primary issuance platforms, many of which were created over the last months, are our unique token economics – for every investment conducted through our platform investors are becoming economical co-owners of the Neufund platform itself, and thus can claim shares in the revenue that we generate. We often compare it to investing through NASDAQ in Facebook, but on top of equity in Facebook investors get a piece of NASDAQ itself.

 

RS: What types of companies are best suited to launch with Neufund?

ZA: We have a lot of companies in our pipeline and many more businesses  which showed their interest in fundraising with us.  Eleven of those were  already publicly announced in 2018. They are at different stages of growth (seed, series A, B, D) and with different products (Banking, IoT, Mobility). What is important is that they don’t have to be necessarily connected with Blockchain.

 

RS: Why should companies launch on Neufund versus other competing platforms?

ZA: First, Neufund stands with the crowd, as we aim to make the offerings accessible to people from across the globe with different financial status, with a  minimum ticket as small as a couple of hundred euros. This makes it possible to address the offering to a global community of investors. Secondly, we provide the companies with full technical and legal support over the course of the preparations for their Security Token Offerings, for instance, we are providing them even with a prospectus template, if needed.

 

RS: Last summer you partnered with MSX (an innovation division of the Malta Stock Exchange), how will this benefit Neufund? And you also announced a  partnership with industry leader Binance last summer, could you tell us more about the Binance partnership and what it entails?

ZA: Both partnerships aim to bring much needed liquidity and create a complete environment for the issuance and, at a later stage, secondary trading of the security tokens issued through Neufund’s set of protocols.

 

RS: What is the biggest challenge that Neufund faces with the launch of your first security token and how do you plan to overcome that?

ZA: We have faced most of the challenges at the pre-offering stage. It included making sure our legal architecture is compliant and technical solutions secure. Now, that the tokens are about to be released, which will happen after the signing period, we focus on building the governance system and the UX around it.

 

RS: Neufund did an ICO in 2017 and raised approximately $15M.  What will happen to the utility tokens when Neufund launches the new equity token?

ZA: During our ICBM (Initial Capital Building Mechanism) we have managed to secure an equivalent of €12.5m. It is important to note, that Neufund had no access to those funds. The committed ETH and EUR got locked on a smart contract and investors will be able to invest them into coming offerings placed through Neufund. In exchange for their early commitment investors have been rewarded with NEU tokens, that represent economical co-ownership in the platform. With those, investors can claim their share in the revenue Neufund makes.

 

RS: You’re based out of Berlin which has a great blockchain community.  Has this community helped foster the development of Neufund?

ZA: Yes, absolutely. Neufund is surrounded with an amazing community here in Berlin which offers access and the support from top minds in Blockchain development. Germany is at an interesting intersection between traditional VC, innovative spirit of startups and a regulatory gateway to the EU.

 

RS: Is there anything else you would like to tell the readers about Neufund? 

ZA: Blockchain is one of the greatest opportunities we’ve been presented with in modern history. Decentralization is ultimately about equalizing opportunities, so a young entrepreneur from the third world  receives the same access as a wealthy investor. Building solutions that perpetuate the mistakes of existing markets solely for the purpose of increasing revenues is not enough. We, as a Blockchain community, can and should do better.

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Interview Series – Dave Hendricks, CEO & cofounder of Vertalo

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Dave Hendricks is the CEO and cofounder of Vertalo which is a stakeholder Registry and Cap Table platform for SEC Compliant Security Token offerings. They connect broker-dealers, issuers, exchanges and ATS’s.

AT:  Could you share with us what Vertalo does?

DH: Vertalo seeks to help more issuers, tokenize more assets, at lower cost and lower risk.  And at less expense.  Vertalo’s core offering is a crypto cap table, in other words a ledger of token holders.  ICOs didn’t care about cap tables, but equity investors do.

Investors can be added to a Vertalo-built cap table before, during, or after a fundraise or ICO.  Vertalo’s wallet registration process is the connective process between issuers – who want to know who owns how much of their company – and investors, who want to know how much they own of the company.  Vertalo is glue for the overly confusing STO ecosystem.  Vertalo helps issuers manage their investor community and Vertalo helps investor manage their holdings – all via a simple graphical interface that is way better than etherscan.

 

AT:  Is this on a public or private blockchain? If both, could you elaborate what information is on the public versus the private?

DH: Most Security Token issuance development is Ethereum-based, and most smart contracts are written in Solidity, so Vertalo started its work in alignment with the community, but Vertalo was designed to be chain-agnostic.  If an issuer wants to write their token using Hyperledger, or Hashgraph, or NEO, or Stellar they can do that and Vertalo’s cap table and investor registration functions will operate the same way. We see benefits of permission-less and permissioned Blockchains for Security Tokens.

 

AT:  Do you perform the KYC/AML accreditation yourselves?

DH: Vertalo partners with major Accredited/Qualified and KYC/AML Services, since there are more than 200 different jurisdictions and we want to focus on what we do best.  We are developing a subscription service with several of these vendors to simplify secondary trading (where KYC-AML is so important).  More on that later in Q1.

 

AT:  Could you describe how the platform enables issuers to manage the investor community?

DH: Vertalo’s Cap Table combines the features of a traditional ledger with network connectivity.  The Vertalo cap table represents a relationship between two parties, determined by consensus.  Issuers use the vertalo registration smart contract process to invite and add an investor to the cap table.  That registration process creates a ledger which is more than a list of holders, it facilitates communications between the issuer and investor so that tokens, dividends, and documents can be transferred between the parties.

 

AT:  There are many non-blockchain options to manage a cap table. What are the benefits of using a blockchain, and more specifically Vertalo?

DH: Token trading is real-time.  If someone trades a security token, the investor ledger by law must be updated with the new address/holder of the token.  So a blockchain-based cap table ledger operates at the speed of blockchain, faster than paper and with better record-keeping.  Without a blockchain-based ledger for a blockchain based security, who would manage the legal requirements for maintaining a list of shareholders?  This was not a concern for ICO issuers, so they didnt create this tech.  ICOs just cared about exchanges.  STO issuers need to maintain compliance with securities law.

Developing blockchain-based cap tables is also the first and fundamental step towards greater liquidity for private assets, because cap tables are where the investor ownership rights are best enforced.  The reason that issuers and investors are tokenizing their offerings is to ultimately achieve greater liquidity by enabling their shareholders to sell on exchanges and ATSs subject to the issuers rules.

No traditional private equity cap table platforms connect to exchanges, and even obtaining a stock certificate from a traditional cap table platform is a days-long effort.  And when you receive a paper share from a traditional cap table platform there is no where to sell it, since you have to get permission from the board, and then there are few marketplaces for anything other than Uber or Lyft, etc..

Tokenized offerings are issued on the predication that the tokens/shares will be ‘tradeable/’ after a restriction is lifted.  By connecting the Vertalo blockchain-based cap table to exchanges and ATSs, we enable token holders to achieve the liquidity that is main differentiating feature of a security token offering, while complying with basic securities law.

 

AT:  How does the Vertalo registry reduce costs for Broker dealers?

DH: Broker-Dealers have fiduciary requirements to check KYC and AML.  Vertalo’s investor registry function, which connects KYC verified email addresses to blockchain wallets, was designed in conjunction with major broker dealers to help them comply with basic AML requirements.  Vertalo built its platform to be whitelabeled by broker-dealers so they don’t have to build or manage this process themselves.

 

AT:  You offer investors who register with Vertalo the opportunity to instantaneously share their investor profile with broker-dealers and issuers. How do investors sign up for this?

DH: This feature will be built out later this year.  Our focus is on the Picks and Shovels for our business clients.

 

AT:   One of the tools that you offer is the verification of wallet ownership? How is this performed?

DH: The Vertalo Wallet Registration process uses a smart contract to run a process that is similar to the method by which a bank verifies your ownership of an account, by depositing random amounts into an account. We send an email to the registered account holder, with a link to kick off a process. If you can log into that account and verify the amounts, that is the beginning of proven ownership.  It’s actually a little more complicated than that, but to the proper owner of a wallet, it is a very smooth process.  We use a special utility token (no, you can’t trade or transfer it) and smart contracts for this process.

 

AT:   Are there any notable projects that are currently using the Vertalo platform?

DH: We were our first client.  I think that Vertalo issued the third or fourth real, US compliant Security token in March 2018.  That is why we built this.  We are working with PrimeTrust, Issuance, Entoro, and we will be announcing some Major real estate, fund, and debt issuances that are launching in February and March. By the end of Q1 there should be more than 10 projects or Broker-Dealers using the tech to simplify their token issuances, investor relations and cap table management.

 

AT:   Is there anything else that you would like to share about Vertalo?

DH: Issuers should create a great product, find a great law firm, find a great broker-dealer and call Vertalo.  We can stitch all the parts together for you and also help you save a tremendous amount on your overall tokenization costs.

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Interview Series – Darren Marble, CEO of Issuance

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I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Darren Marble, CEO of Issuance.  Through his role as CEO of CrowdFundX , Darren has extensive experience marketing Reg A+ IPOs and Digital Security Offerings to institutional and retail investors.  This experience perfectly aligns with Issuance (a platform that connects digital security issuers with investors) as Darren knows what investors are looking for, and what is needed for a successful and compliant offering.  Check out the interview below to learn more about Issuance.

 

RS:  Can you tell us a little bit about what Issuance does and the long-term vision?

DM:  Issuance is developing a technology-enabled investment bank for digital securities issuers–a modern Goldman Sachs. Our vision is to be the leading investment bank for digital securities, which we believe is the next mega-trend in capital markets.

We believe in regulated markets, investor protection, and are confident that the U.S. will be the leading market globally for digital securities.

 

RS:  Issuance recently announced the acquisition of CrowdFundX, how will this acquisition be integrated with Issuance?

DM:  Issuance has executed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to acquire the assets of CrowdfundX (CfX), a FinTech marketing firm known for marketing some of the industry’s most notable digital securities offerings (DSOs) and Regulation (Reg) A+ IPOs. Some of CfX’s clients include Drake’s Virginia Black Whiskey, KODAKOne, and tZERO, among others.  

The dominant investment banks of the future will effectively blend digital securities technology with traditional financial services. Issuance at its core is a technology company, while CfX is a services company with notable industry clients and established revenue streams. As such, CfX is a natural acquisition for Issuance.  

The transaction, which is expected to close in February, 2019, will be subject to due diligence and definitive legal documents acceptable to all parties. Once completed, the CfX brand will be sunsetted, and Issuance will be the enduring brand.  

 

RS:  How is your platform different from similar issuance platforms like Securitize, for example?

DM:  Issuance is in the business of deal marketing and capital raising, which is the biggest pain point in the market. We act as a bridge between tokenization platforms and secondary trading platforms, since neither of these players are true capital raisers.

In September, we announced a strategic partnership with Securitize to give their clients exposure to the right network of investors and increase their likelihood of funding. Conversely, Securitize offers a proven tokenization solution for our clients, who require a proven compliance solution for the trading of their digital securities.

 

RS:  How does Issuance market to potential investors?

DM:  Issuance is developing an app that will allow issuers to market their deals directly to authenticated, interested investors. Issuers will pay a fee to Issuance each time they send a message to an investor on our platform, with the fee varying based on the type of investor messaged. For instance, a message to an institutional investor will carry a higher fee than a message to an accredited investor.

Issuance is in the process of partnering with a broker-dealer, which will allow us to capture success fees when investors sourced through Issuance invest into a deal.  

The Issuance app is expected to be available in mid 2019. In the interim, we are selling traditional advisory and marketing contracts where Issuance serves as an introducer between our issuer clients and our network of investors. We have trusted relationships with some of the most active digital asset investors around the world, and have successfully sourced capital through this model for multiple clients. Our advisory and marketing engagements are sold in a fee-for-service model where Issuance is paid a flat fee month-to-month.

 

RS:  Your website notes that Issuance “provides unique incentives for investors”, can you tell us what incentives Issuance offers that sets it apart?

DM:  Investors generally want access to the best deals in the highest discounted rounds. Issuance has access to some of the industry’s most proprietary, desirable deals, which is an incentive for investors–particularly institutional investors and digital asset funds–to work with us.

As an example, we just signed a NASDAQ-listed biotechnology company running what it believes to be a historic digital securities offering (DSO). The company has a $250 million market cap and has been publicly traded on NASDAQ for more than a decade. This is one of most unique DSOs in the industry, and Issuance has exclusive access to the deal. The initial reception from our investors has been incredibly positive, and will further credentialize Issuance as a firm with true proprietary deal flow. 

 

RS:  Issuance “allows investors to only receive certain deals”, can you tell us how this works and how it is beneficial to investors and issuers?

DM:  The problem with current platforms is that they are issuer-focused, and they market every deal they take to every investor in their database. Moreover, the majority of investors on these platforms are self-directed retail investors. This approach has resulted in a lose-lose-lose scenario for issuers, investors, and platforms alike. It’s one of the big reasons no equity crowdfunding platforms have had any real success to date.

Our strategy to solve this problem is counterintuitive, yet simple: Issuance will solve for investors first. Our app will cater to investors–the most sought-after segment of the market–and ensure that we protect both their privacy, and, more importantly, their time.   

The Issuance app will gather investor profile and deal preference information up front during the sign-up process, which can be completed through the app itself, or through our institutional sales reps who will input profile information on behalf of investors.  

By gathering profile and preference information up front, Issuance knows what deals investors are interested in seeing, and what deals they have no interest in. When an issuer pays a fee to market their deal to an institutional investor, for instance, that deal will only be sent to an investor who has explicitly expressed interest in that type of deal.

Think of it as a matching technology. By better matching the right deals, to the right investors, at the right time, we increase conversion, and everyone wins.

 

RS:  Can you tell us some more about the ranking system that exists within the platform?

DM:  We are developing an algorithm that we can share more about when we launch.

 

RS:  What is the most important criteria you can recommend to issuers to achieve a high ranking within the platform?

DM:  Issuance is focused on working with established businesses and publicly traded companies. Ultimately, issuers whose deals are the most highly de-risked, and offer the most fair and compelling terms to investors, will have a higher ranking on our app.

 

RS:  Issuance offers aftermarket services, can you tell us a bit about those services and the benefits?

DM:  Issuance offers aftermarket support services for issuers who successfully raise capital and list their digital securities to a secondary trading platform. Raising capital is only half the battle: issuers must continue to aggressively market to investors post-raise in order to increase the visibility, liquidity, and market cap of their digital securities.

Aftermarket support is one of the most overlooked yet critical services that digital securities issuers will need to succeed long-term. Issuance currently offers aftermarket support contracts with 6-month or 12-month terms, with our 12-month terms offered at a slight monthly discount.

 

RS:  Is there anything else you want to share about your project?

DM:  Issuance is currently raising our own round of capital, and some of our current and committed investors include Alpha Omega Capital Partners, Slim Ventures, Proactive Capital, and Business Instincts Group, to name a few.  

If you’re looking to invest in the digital securities ecosystem, and want a company with a proven team, traction, and revenues, I’d say we’re a great bet–and our investors would agree. To access our complete investment package, please visit www.issuance.com.  

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