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Summary DetailsMaximum offering amount: $100,000,000
Investors Allowed: Limit of 99 accredited investors (excluding QPs)
Management Fee: 2%
Minimum investment: $50,000
Status: Open for investment
Note: Fund is currently accepting investments but has not begun to deploy capital.
Steps to Invest:
You must be accredited to invest in Instrument Capital's Fintech Fund I and will be asked to fill out an accreditation form in the Investor Packet.
“Accredited Investors” is as defined in Rule 501 of Regulation D under the Securities Act of 1933. For individuals to be accredited, their net worth must exceed $1,000,000 or their individual income for each of the two most recent years must be in excess of $200,000 (or $300,000 when combined with that person’s spouse).
Click the "Complete Investor Packet" button and fully fill in the required fields. Submit the packet through DocuSign. We will send you wire instructions once we receive the completed forms. Once your payment is received, your investment is considered complete. We are not able to hold your spot if you do not complete the all steps.
Description: Instantly buy, sell, and trade Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and alternative cryptocurrencies using the Tokn wallet.
Management Team: Eric Campbell (CEO), Stewart Hauser (COO).
Website: Tokn.io Note: held at Instrument Capital, Inc. to be dropped down to Instrument Capital, LLC concurrent with closing.
Risks & Disclosures
This Offering is being made solely to accredited investors who accept the responsibility for conducting their own analysis of the investment and consulting with their professional advisors with respect to their analysis of this investment. All documents referred to in this material are available upon request and should be reviewed by you and your advisors for a complete understanding of their provisions. Early-stage companies are risky investments, not suitable for all investors. “Accredited Investors” is as defined in Rule 501 of Regulation D under the Securities Act of 1933. For individuals to be accredited, their net worth must exceed $1,000,000 or their individual income for each of the two most recent years must be in excess of $200,000 (or $300,000 when combined with that person’s spouse). Past performance may not be indicative of future results. Different types of investments involve varying degrees of risk, and this fund involves substantial risk of loss, including loss of all capital invested. Moreover, you should not assume that any of the above content serves as the receipt of, or as a substitute for, personalized investment advice.