- Syndicate protocols launched “Web3 Investment Clubs” with built-in compliance tools.
- Web 3 Investment Club is announced in its Beta Stage.
- The software enables users to form a group of up to 99 people, pool their money, and vote as a group on where to invest it.
The software enables users to form a group of up to 99 people, pool their money, and vote as a group on where to invest it. It’s designed to maintain track of all of the club’s financial and regulatory requirements while also providing members with real-time access to its performance.
If it’s too expensive to start an investment group or the tools are too complicated, those who might otherwise participate will be discouraged. “If this is the new internet,” Lee added, “we need more individuals to invest in and construct that internet for the world.”
According to Ian Lee, co-founder of Syndicate, the software allows users to form a DAO with “peace of mind to assist maintain compliance and do the right thing for their members.” The company’s larger goal is to make joining these groups and collectively investing in tokens and NFTs as simple as a group chat.
Investing clubs have long been a popular option for investors to pool their investment risk, as well as their ideas and market strategy. They can be semi-formal organizations that don’t charge members to join.
Friends, angel investors, and web3 communities may now simply create and manage an investing club as a DAO, just like they can start a group chat. Web3 Investment Clubs from Syndicate can invest in tokens, NFTs, as well as off-chain enterprises and assets (via a legal entity).
Syndicate wants to establish itself as the hub of the DAO infrastructure ecosystem, attracting as many interested users as possible. As a result, this new service is completely free, and Syndicate will not charge any setup or maintenance fees.
Syndicate is also teaming with Doola, a platform that helps businesses incorporate in the United States and will assist DAOs in becoming legal corporations, opening fiat bank accounts, filing taxes, and issuing K-1s to members.
Like a club, the group administers the investment jointly. They’ve been around for a long time, but Syndicate believes it has put together the appropriate combination of tools to make them work for blockchain natives.
With the debut of their new product, “Web3 Investment Clubs,” Syndicate, a DAO services business that garnered $20 million from Andreessen Horowitz last year, hopes to streamline the DAO creation process (as much as legally possible).