blufolio invests in digital assets pioneer Securitize
blufolio is pleased to announce its participation in Securitize’s recent oversubscribed Series B funding round, which raised USD 48 million from new and existing investors across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.
blufolio’s investment was carried out as part of a syndicate led by one of our cornerstone investors, Blockchain Coinvestors, the world’s leading blockchain fund of funds. The overall Series B raise was led by Blockchain Capital and investment funds managed by Morgan Stanley Tactical Value.
Founded in 2017, Securitize is a global pioneer in transitioning securities to the blockchain, reinventing paper-based private capital markets via end-to-end digital solutions spanning capital formation, asset servicing and secondary trading.
Private markets have grown strongly in recent years and are now roughly double the size of their public counterparts. Relative liquidity remains tiny however at less than 1%. This coupled with massive scope for improved access, efficiency and compliance make them ripe for digital transformation.
blufolio: the future isn’t what it used to be
blufolio Blockchain Venture Capital Fund II SCSp SICAV-RAIF is now open for capital commitments via our Luxembourg RAIF platform.
- the fund focuses on equity investments in early-stage companies active in blockchain, decentralization and digital transformation, leveraging blufolio’s global advisor, investor and deal-flow network
- the fund is targeting a plethora of emerging growth opportunities: the covid-19 pandemic has significantly accelerated awareness and adoption of both digital technologies and sustainability initiatives
- digital assets and decentralized behaviours are coming of age as the world builds back better
- based in Switzerland, blufolio is positioned:
- at the heart of a global digital innovation hub, with strong government and regulatory backing
- at the cutting edge of worldwide sustainability leadership
- on the doorstep of the world’s foremost concentration of private wealth