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Demystifying Venture Capital: Everything You Need to Know

Venture capital, or VC, is a way to fund startups and small businesses that show promise for significant growth. It often comes from investors and banks, and can include not just money, but expert advice and support too. VC became an essential source for raising money, especially if start-ups lack access to capital markets, bank loans, or other debt instruments.


VC funding is different from regular bank loans because it doesn't have to be repaid on a set schedule. Instead, investors are in it for the long haul, looking to make a bigger profit if the company takes off or goes public. Venture Capital Stages: 

  • Pre-Seed: The startup's earliest phase, where founders shape their idea into a solid business plan, often with the help of a business accelerator for initial funding and advice.

  • Seed Funding: At this stage, the startup aims to launch its first product. Without any revenue yet, it relies entirely on VC investment to support operations.

  • Early-Stage Funding: Once the product is developed, the business needs more capital to boost production and sales. This stage usually involves multiple rounds of funding, like Series A, Series B, and so on. 

Why Do We Want To Enter The VC Space?

Our main rationale is simple. We want to support the thriving and growing Web3 ecosystem. Our belief is that the whole world will be tokenized. In order to achieve that, it will require loads of infrastructure within a regulated framework.

In sum, we belief that the space holds a lot of potential for future growth, and will therefore outperform most other alternative asset classes.



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