Brightvine is a digital securities and fund investment platform being developed to bridge the gap between traditional financial institutions and the growing classes of digital investors through blockchain and DeFi technologies. Brightvine plans to give institutions and investment managers the ability to seamlessly issue securities and raise funds on the blockchain, connecting their efforts and strategies to the $2T of value in Web3 markets.
No. Brightvine is not a FINRA member broker-dealer. For any activities indicated that may require FINRA membership, Brightvine is not conducting such activities until it has obtained FINRA’s approval as a broker-dealer, in general, and for such activities, in particular.
Brightvine will initially focus on the mortgage market with plans to expand into the greater fixed-income markets as well as other alternative investments.
Issuers: Brightvine will give mortgage issuers the tools to tokenize and issue their products on the blockchain and access liquidity directly from their current investors and entirely new markets of crypto investors.
Investors: Investors will have the ability to pool their cryptocurrencies, invest directly into Brightvine offerings, asset managers, or fund liquidity pools.
Asset Managers: Asset managers will be able to raise funds from institutional and retail investors through the issuance of fund tokens in exchange for cryptocurrency.
The Brightvine Portal will allow Issuers to tokenize and securitize their loans and structure offerings. The Portal will give issuers access to digital loan tapes, document repositories and end-to-end blockchain securitization & loan pool sales resulting in lower audit costs and time to close.
The Brightvine marketplace will allow multiple participants (asset managers, RIAs, investors, etc.) to invest, trade, and purchase mortgage products. Some of the features will include pricing & market insights, support for multiple asset classes, and real time payment & settlement.
Brightvine is being developed as a proprietary layer of enterprise blockchain that integrates with mainstream public protocols enabling secure, compliant, and confidential use cases for institutional grade assets and transactions.
No, Brightvine does not store any personal data on the blockchain. We value the privacy of our users and protect the sensitive data of our issuers, investors, and any other transacting participants.
Brightvine is headquartered in San Francisco, California, with offices in Atlanta, Georgia and Bozeman, Montana
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