Crowdfunding is a brilliant way to invest. You get the chance to invest in new companies before they grow big, usually at a discount. But there’s only one issue, your money will be locked up for a considerable length of time or even decades, before the company is either bought or floats on the stock market and you get the opportunity to cash out.
Now that could change: Seedrs revealed today that they are launching a ‘secondary market’ later this mid year.
The thought is that financial specialists will have the capacity to purchase or pitch the shares to each other, without waiting for the organization to offer.
It could make crowdfunding massively more appealing for wannabe financial specialists, today dreadful of locking their cash up for a really long time.