seriesOne, the global digital security fundraising platform led by executives with traditional investment-banking experience, announced today at Consensus 2019 that Silicon Valley Blockchain Society (SVBS) will use its platform for managing deals, investments, and investors (both accredited and non-accredited).
SVBS, an invite-only, member-driven network of global investors and dealflow in the decentralized ecosystem, will rely on the seriesOne platform to power its SVBS.one investment portal. SVBS.one is designed to ensure that SVBS members can track capital investments across their portfolio companies. “SVBS brings seriesOne a tremendous pipeline of issuers and investors from their deep and trusted community of partners,” said seriesOne CEO, Michael Mildenberger. “By bringing the SVBS community together with the complete investment and digital security platform, backed by the industry’s best technology.”
As an end-to-end platform for fundraising and issuing digital securities, seriesOne enables investors to put a new (digital) wrapper around traditional assets through private placements. This expands the market for investment, and makes it easier to customize and manage the offerings of these assets in a regulated compliant way.
“The seriesOne platform will help streamline SVBS members’ ability to track capital investments within our portfolio of companies,” said SVBS President, Amit Pradhan. “Simplifying members’ ability to identify and participate in SVBS originated transactions within our investment portfolio, whether with digital assets or equity, advances SVBS’s charter to unlock the investing potential that will drive the future social benefit of blockchain.”
The SVBS.one investment portal will do the following for SVBS members that include provide easy activation of account dashboards on a seriesOne-enabled platform, to show users the companies they invested in, are interested in, and/or have had interactions with, enable capital investment in portfolio companies to be represented in crypto assets (securities offerings), or in company equity and/or private debt, create new companies in the system that are open to investment; and control access to the deal room and data room, where all company documents can be uploaded, offer an interface for investors to interact with the issuing companies and invest capital; and see who is investing, communicating, and interested in which companies.