Does Funderbeam use Blockchain?
Learn how we apply the blockchain and cryptocurrency to our platform
Funderbeam has ceased its use of the Blockchain. For a detailed overview from our founder and CEO please read through Kaidi’s post here.
Funderbeam does not offer any support of the use of cryptocurrencies at this time. This is largely due to the AML and KYC requirements as set by our Financial License from the UK FCA.
The information about the investment opportunities profiled on this website is provided for general information and marketing purposes only and should not be considered an invitation or inducement to engage in any investment activity. Complete and comprehensive information about an investment opportunity is only available to the investors who have been approved by a Funderbeam group entity.
You should ensure you carefully read the Risk Disclosure Statement
before deciding to proceed with any investment. Funderbeam has taken steps to ensure that the campaign information is clear, fair and not misleading in accordance with its internal verification procedures. Funderbeam does not provide investment advice or any recommendation to invest. The investment opportunity should not be considered as an offer to the public and is not directed at or offered to anyone located in a jurisdiction where it is unlawful to do so.
This page provides you with an overview of the services provided by different entities belonging to Funderbeam Group. In this page, we generally refer to the group as “Funderbeam”, “we”, “us” or “our”. It is important to note that funds can be raised, investments made and trade orders placed through Funderbeam Markets Limited (authorised and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority under FRN 794918) or Funderbeam Markets Pte Ltd (licensed and regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore under Capital Markets Services (CMS) license CMS100863). In parallel, the Marketplace is operated by Funderbeam Markets OÜ, a company registered in Estonia, operating in reliance on certain regulatory exemptions in Estonia.