Investors

At ChainRaise, we want to give you the power to create the ideal portfolio to match your desires

Browse the new investment opportunities and get excited about the future

ChainRaise Portal offers you with investment opportunities to create your ideal portfolio. Want to go hunting for the next big tech company? Great, we have tech companies with potential to grow big! Want to create a diversified portfolio of real estate? Great! We have real estate opportunities for you to select your best fit.

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We make the process of investing easier than ever before. On one platform, access investments from many industries.

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Our vetting process

ChainRaise has many companies apply to raise capital. For a company to get accepted, it must pass our 5 step ChainRaise Due Diligence Process.

The Excitement Check

First and foremost, we want to bring on investment opportunities that make us feel excited!

Responsibility Check

A ChainRaise representative goes through a discovery phase with an Issuer, and keep a careful eye to notice any pattern of incompetence demonstrating a lack of responsibility. Examples to cause a rejection include poor communication, incompetent financial documents, or failure to demonstrate the ability to responsibly allocate investor’s capital.

Bad Actor Check

Rule 503 of Regulation Crowdfunding states a “bad actor check” must be done prior to hosting an offer. The BAC is a limited background check of a business, its managers and officers, and any beneficial owner of more than 20% in the business. The BAC primarily focuses on regulatory disqualification provisions, which automatically bar an issuer from raising under Regulation Crowdfunding. ChainRaise contracts with a reputable third party to conduct these checks.

Anti-Fraud Process

ChainRaise must have a reasonable belief that an investment offering on the platform does not raise an investor protection concern or raise a risk of fraud. This does NOT mean that offerings are free of risk, only that the offering and business owners behind it appear capable of managing investor funds and are not disqualified from conducting an offering under Regulation Crowdfunding.

Ongoing Review

ChainRaise continues to review any new or relevant information as it becomes available to determine risk of fraud or investor protection concerns. ChainRaise works diligently to ensure that each offering properly discloses the risk involved, so you can feel confident as an investor!