10 Things You Should Know About Blockchain Capital’s BCAP Security Token
December 19, 2018

10 Things You Should Know About Blockchain Capital’s BCAP Security Token

#1. What is Blockchain Capital?

Blockchain Capital is a Venture Capital firm focused on investments in blockchain-universe companies. Formed in the summer of 2013, the company was one of the first venture fund managers to integrate blockchain technology directly into its own operations, accepting Bitcoin for capital contributions and funding some companies directly in Bitcoin.

#2. What is the BCAP Token?

A Blockchain Capital Token (“BCAP Token”) is a new series of Ethereum-based smart contract digital tokens. Each token represents a fractional, non-voting economic interest in the Blockchain Capital III Digital Liquid Venture Fund (“BC III DLVF”), a venture capital fund investing in blockchain and cryptocurrency technology.

#3. What are the key details of the token offering?

Blockchain Capital held its BCAP offering in April 10, 2017. Initially, 10 million BCAP Tokens were offered at a price of $1 USD per token. Currencies accepted were BTC, ETH, and USD.

#4. Who are Blockchain Capital’s competitors?

As one of the first movers, Blockchain Capital’s BCAP Token currently operates in a relatively narrow field with limited competition. Within the tokenized Venture Capital space, one such competitor currently exists – SPiCE VC. Blockchain Capital benefits from a first mover advantage in a nascent market. As the industry grows and proofs of concept abound, we expect a number of competitors to rise.

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Investing in private company securities is not suitable for all investors. An investment in private company securities is highly speculative, involving a high degree of risk, and investors should be prepared to withstand a total loss of your investment. Private company securities are also highly illiquid and there is no guarantee that a market will develop for such securities. Each investment also carries its own specific risks and investors should conduct their own, independent due diligence regarding the investment, including obtaining additional information about the company, opinions, financial projections and legal or investment advice.

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