Most people are constantly on the lookout for increasing their income or growing wealth. This is why many of us look into buying stock, saving more money, and investing in any way that we can. However, there is one investment vehicle that most of us do not think to take advantage of, and this is venture capital.
Venture capital, if done right, can be one of the most profitable investments for capital. Companies like Uber got their start with a round of VC funding and those who invested in them likely made several times their initial investment. However, there is a reason why most people don’t consider venture capital because it is too expensive.
While investments like cryptocurrency or stock can be gotten into with just a few hundred dollars, the average person would need millions of dollars to get into venture capital. Because of this, most everyday people don’t even bother to try to get into the VC space and it has largely remained restricted to wealthy investors.
RevenueCoin is Disrupting the VC Model
While the VC world has been inaccessible to the common person for decades, this seems to be changing. More specifically, the ability to give and receive VC funding is becoming more democratized and with fewer entry barriers thanks to blockchain technology and the internet.
Most of us are already aware of sites like Kickstarter that allow everyday people to crowdfund for innovative companies and ideas. Still, they typically don’t offer any financial reward for those who donate. Now, blockchain-based ventures like RevenueCoin are giving everyday people the chance to take part in venture capital in a way that is not only more financially accessible but also more community-focused and equitable.
Unlike traditional VC firms, RevenueCoin doesn’t need investors to put forward a large amount of money before investing. Instead, users buy their native $RVC token with fiat currencies like USD, GBP, and so on. Compared to typical VC setups, this process is much cheaper and convenient.
All the money raised from the sale of $RVC is then distributed to a number of chosen companies, typically high-tech ones, which they can then use for scaling and development purposes. To give investors a return on their principal, the companies agree to use a portion of their income to buy $RVC tokens and then burn them.
This benefits investors because the value of crypto is based on several factors, including its supply. The lower the supply of a token in the market, the more valuable it is. This is why bitcoin sees a spike each time a halving occurs and its supply is reduced.
When the same happens for $RVC, the token’s value will go up and its holders can sell their stash on crypto exchanges and profit from it. This can prove convenient for investors as they can see the value of their tokens rise as the companies they invest in continue to expand.
Beyond the potential for profit for investors, this business model also gives more experimental companies a chance to get support from a community. So far, RevenueCoin has backed several successful ventures like Exeria and SkyRocket. As more continue to come into the fold, the value of the $RVC coin is only bound to increase even more.
The community votes on all projects to be invested in and expert opinions are also consulted before making the decision.
A Revenue Based Ecosystem of High Growth Companies
What ventures like RevenueCoin are doing is not just creating a way for people to make a profit but are also actively disrupting the VC sector for good. Over time, through a combination of blockchain technology and the power of internet communities, venture capital will not be strictly the foray of the rich. Still, it will be accessible to the everyday man.
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