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Steve Wozniak Becomes Co-Founder Of Company Investing In Blockchain Projects

07:34 18/10/2018

Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, became one of the founders of EQUI Global, a technology focused venture fund, the foundation stated in the blog.


Wozniak, as one of the fund executives, will contribute to the search for promising specialists in the field of innovative technologies, and then present suitable candidates to the board of entrepreneurs, who, in turn, will assist in further qualification of new experts.


EQUI Global considers 20 companies as candidates. According to Wozniak, the members of the venture fund team will act as mentors for companies that will be further selected and help institutions to accustom on the market.


The EQUI foundation aims to allocate most of the investments to technology companies and only 20% to real estate firms and investment institutions. Besides, the EQUI fund will offer investors its digital asset EquiToken, its owners will be able to trade on external crypto exchanges.



Steve Wozniak expressed gratitude to the fund co-founders Douglas Barrowman and Baroness Michelle Mone, shareholders of investment company Aston Ventures, who sold 50 apartments to bitcoin owners in February.


As previously reported, venture fund Pantera Capital led the financing round of the Blockfolio crypto platform and raised $11.5 million.

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