Announcement: OpenFinance Network to List Securities Raised Through Republic Portal With Listing Agreement In Place

Openfinance
May 29, 2018 · 1 min read

Today, OFN’s partnership spotlight is on Republic, a mission driven platform dedicated to the democratization of investing, has entered into an agreement to list securities issued through their portal on OpenFinance Network (OFN).

“We’re excited to partner with OpenFinance Network in creating greater liquidity for our investors, and new opportunities for non-accredited investors to invest in startups,” said Kendrick Nguyen, CEO and Co-Founder of Republic.

Republic is a part of a family of startup platforms together with AngelList, Product Hunt, and CoinList — one of the most trusted and innovative online startup ecosystems in the world. Republic is an SEC-registered and FINRA-licensed funding portal.

OFN believes in Republic’s mission to democratize investing and their focus on high-quality deal-flow and innovation within the Reg CF space is best-in-class.

The OFN beta is live on the Rinkeby TestNet environment and is limited to early investors and partners at this time. For exclusive early access to this beta, you can apply at https://www.openfinance.io

For more information on the OFN, see our website www.openfinance.io or stay updated with our OpenFinance Network communications:

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Twitter — twitter.com/OpenFinanceIO

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