road. We are proving to the traditional financial system that equity can be raised without large amounts of venture capital.
Today, SwissBorg is demonstrating its commitment to a community-centric future by democratizing access to its shares and allowing community members to become SwissBorg shareholders and SwissBorg partners.
SwissBorg has ambitions beyond setting the governance standards for Web 3.0 ownership structures.
SwissBorg’s Series A capital increase highlights company ownership and community communion. This is the first step towards a community-led society.
Step into the future with SwissBorg! Be one of his 10,000 community investors first to get an exclusive limited edition partner debit card!
Discover SwissBorg’s innovative multi-asset Launchpad and learn more about the SwissBorg Series A investment round.
SwissBorg democratizes wealth management by making it fun, fair and community-centric. Headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, SwissBorg has an international team of over 200 people and holds cryptocurrency licenses that enable it to offer cryptocurrency exchanges and cryptocurrency wallets internationally.
Our showcase product, the SwissBorg App, enables over 650,000 users to buy, sell and exchange digital assets with features like AI-powered wealth analysis and portfolio analysis to help them invest wisely. help you make decisions. The SwissBorg Earn feature allows users to earn yields on over 20 cryptos while choosing the risk-reward ratio that best suits their investment style.
SwissBorg tokens are SwissBorg ecosystemand was one of the top performing tokens of 2020, surging 2,700% to reach the top 70 tokens on CoinMarketCap.
Blockchain technology empowers everyone to control their own wealth and this is the next step towards a world of decentralized nations, where all individuals are welcome and have fair share for their contributions. I believe it will pay off.
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