Security Token Market’s Crowdfund
Own a piece of a leading global oracle for all security token financial data and research.
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Ready to invest in Security Token Market?
Choose from two funding methods – standard or Web3
Standard investment flow
Invest via wire transfer or from your Securitize cash balance and receive your tokens after the capital raise.
Sign the subscription agreement with Docusign and complete the purchase via wire transfer or your Securitize cash balance.
Web3 investment flow (instant settlement)
Invest directly from your crypto wallet using USDC (AVAX) and instantly receive your tokens in your wallet via Avalanche!
Sign the subscription agreement and complete your purchase all from your crypto wallet, in one transaction.
No waiting periods, no physical signatures, no intermediaries.
$100 minimum investment
Invest via fiat or USDC
Open to all investors*
Reg CF offering
Opportunity to invest via Web3
Inside the Deal: Security Token Market
*excluding certain countries
Keep in mind private market investments can be speculative or considered risky, including potential loss of your investment, and may not be appropriate for every investor.
Crowdfunded securities are generally offered by early stage companies and investors should be prepared to lose some or all of their investment. Investors should read all of the risks and disclosures prior to making any investment decisions.
Securitize Markets is an SEC-registered broker-dealer, FINRA member and operator of Securitize Markets ATS, and an SEC-regulated Alternative Trading System (ATS).
Private market investments are speculative and considered risky, including potential loss of your investment, and may not be appropriate for every investor. Private investments are generally an illiquid asset class; investors cannot sell their funds when they want to without potentially facing high losses. Any discussion of liquidity is purely speculative.
Assets such as digital assets or tokens using blockchain, are speculative, involve a high degree of risk, are generally illiquid, may have no value, have limited regulatory certainty, are subject to potential market manipulation risks and may expose investors to loss of principal. Blockchain investing involves a degree of risk that can be different from traditional markets. These risks include, but are not limited to, risk of regulatory uncertainty, market adoption, market manipulation, market exiting, price volatility and security risk.