Smartlands launches private funding round on Seedrs

March 27, 2020

Smartlands, a global blockchain-based investment and alternative banking ecosystem, has launched a funding round on Seedrs to sell 2.53% of equity stake at a pre-money valuation of £15,400,000. 

Currently in private mode, early investors in the campaign will get priority access to this investment opportunity and receive a unique golden Smartee co-owner payment card – a Smartlands-powered digital banking-like service that will offer exciting possibilities for operations in fiat and digital currencies.

In the case shares will remain available post-private sale, the campaign will open to the general public. Seedrs has helped startups and later-stage companies worldwide to raise over £840 million – the success cases include Revolut, TransferGo, Smarterly and hundreds of others.

Ilia Obraztsov, CEO at Smartlands, said: “We have already delivered the first blockchain-based property tokenisation campaign under the UK regulation and developed state-of-the-art proprietary technology for raising capital via issuance of digital shares based on the legal framework developed entirely in-house.

“Now we are extremely excited to be launching our first funding round with Seedrs to fuel our further growth. Priority access will be given to our community members, individuals and organisations, who have been long wondering about investing in Smartlands”.

Smartlands will use the capital for expanding the internal engineering team, funding a freemium model for customers in 2020, and obtaining the rest of the necessary licenses to move forward. All are welcome to review the Smartlands offering.

In efforts to create a holistic Global Investment and Alternative Banking Ecosystem, Smartlands is launching Smartee – a Smartlands-powered digital banking-like service with contactless payment cards, current EUR, GBP, USD and digital currencies accounts,  exchange, p2p lending, credit lines and global infrastructure for payment processing and fund transfers.

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