Dogma Dissenter, Open-Source Warrior, Angel Investor. @VisaryCapital
Is CoinList looking to launch a Syndicate-style fund structure, similar to Angel List? I am seeing a lot of value in this, as competitive deal access becomes more and more important in this space (e.g. Private token sales) and as ICOs move away from the original models (pure utility, non-KYC, non-accredited, etc).
Approximately how many deals per quarter is CoinList looking to facilitate?
What are your thoughts on tokenized securities? New compliant ICO platforms like tZERO and Templum are arriving. How is CoinList evolving with this and going beyond the SAFT framework?