Decentralized Finance (DeFi) is the movement that leverages decentralized networks to transform old financial products into trustless and transparent protocols that run without intermediaries.
A successful and accessible business model
Our financial crowdfunding technology structure allows us to better serve the Entrepreneur, Smart SMEs and Startups Investment needs across all locations and industries.
We enable Small to Medium enterprise businesses to thrive and provide a business model that is successful, by helping our business partners fulfill their ambitions.
We provide fast access to capital. We are a networking platform that provides proof of concept, and we introduce early adopters to products and services within the network.
The key difference between the two is that hedge funds chase the big fish – investments that are high risk, high reward. Mutual funds, on the other hand, stick to the shallows where they can catch smaller but more reliable returns.
People can pledge money to creative projects, new pieces of technology, or any other product or service. The donors who fundraise for projects on the platforms receive incentives or rewards. When they donate their money to worthy projects or companies.
This allows investors to participate in partial ownership of a company and a percentage of the profits. These investors are very accomplished SME who use crowdfunding platforms to add to businesses’ success in the long term.
Most contributors who donate money through these platforms do not usually expect anything in return and contribute to a cause or organization that they support. In all cases, the ROI (return on investment) comes from personal satisfaction gained from contributing to a project.
Long ago, peer-to-peer lending meant asking for a small amount of money from loved ones to fund a business. This enables entrepreneurs and startups to get access to funds outside of the traditional loaning channels.
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