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Invest in pre-IPO & middle stage tech companies from $1k.
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Snapshot

Open to Accredited Investors

Startups

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20+ Employees

Experienced in startup investing, software, and tech

20%-30%

Target Return

Private companies grow faster than public ones

Low

Liquidity

Investors can only sell six months after the IPO

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20+ Employees

Experienced in startup investing, software, and tech

How You Earn

Growth

Invest From

$1K

Invest in

Startups

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20+ Employees

Experienced in startup investing, software, and tech

Open to Accredited Investors

Top Perks of Investing in pre-IPO Startups

Venture capital investments totaled over $339 billion in 2020 and $651 billion in 2021.

Invest in companies changing the world, with everything from reusable rockets to AI-powered insurance.

Private investment firm Cambridge Associates shows the top 25% private company investors return between 15-27% per year.

Private companies have been staying private longer, gaining most of their value before they go public.

Can I trust Dizraptor?

Dizraptor has raised $1 million in pre-seed funding from the co-founders of United Traders, a Russia-based investing software company.

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# of Investors

$1M

Amount Raised

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Offerings

# of Investors

7,000

Amount Raised

$1M

Offerings

3

7,000

# of Investors

$1M

Amount Raised

3

Offerings

Overview

Private companies are staying private longer, gaining most of their value before they go public. From 2016, Dizraptor’s portfolio companies have grown more than 135%, as compared to the S&P 500’s 100% rise. Late-stage investments don’t only have the potential to offer higher returns than public stocks, they’re also lower risk than early-stage ventures.
 

With Dizraptor, regular people can invest in companies before they go public, which used to only be available to major investors with at least $10 million. Investors can also get in on disruptive companies, like SpaceX, that operate in new markets and create tech that changes our lives for better.

High Growth

2.6x average ROI on startup investments

High Correlation

0.93 correlation to the S&P 500

Equity

Ownership in private company shares

Dizraptor Pros & Cons

The Good
  • Become an early investor in late-stage startups, which are 1-3 years away from going public and offer stronger likelihood of a return.

  • You don’t need to have millions to invest in startups: invest from $1,000.

  • Straightforward mobile-first user experience which takes after popular apps like Robinhood.

  • SPVs are taxed as partnerships, making this a favorable tax investment since it will generally not be subject to federal income tax.

The Not-So-Good
  • Dizraptor marks up the valuation of shares from recent rounds in most startups, an indirect sourcing fee.

  • Fees are much higher than traditional investments, 5% on management and 10% of net profit.

  • You will be an indirect owner of your chosen startup’s shares through an SPV, meaning that you might have less control over how or when they are sold.

  • There is no secondary market, meaning that you have to hold your investment until the company has been public for 6 months.

Dizraptor Track Record

50+

Deals Funded

Of which 15 have exited

13.5%

Annualized Returns

Including Airbnb (+105%) and Lemonade (+172%)

20-30%

Target Returns

Late-stage investments have averaged 50%+ over 10 yrs

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Invested

$7,000

Projected Fees

$1,700.58

Projected return

$3,968.04

Value after fees

$10,968.04

How it Works

Here’s how Dizraptor helps regular investors get in on pre-IPO and middle stage investments:

Here’s how Dizraptor helps regular investors get in on pre-IPO and middle stage investments:

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Dizraptor sources shares in top private companies

Dizraptor’s analysts select the world’s top private companies, primarily at the pre-IPO stage.

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Dizraptor forms a company to hold the shares

Dizraptor forms a company called a special purpose vehicle (SPV), which will hold the shares of said private company.

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Dizraptor offers shares to investors

Dizraptor publishes an investment offering in the app, providing investors with information about the company, the terms and structure of the deal, and any potential risks. Accredited investors can purchase shares in the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) and become indirect shareholders in the company of their choice.

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Dizraptor sells the shares after the company goes public

You can monitor the value of your investment portfolio in the Dizraptor app. And assuming your investment goes public, Dizraptor will choose a time to sell them for you—at least 6 months after the company goes public.

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How You
Make Money

You make money on your investment when your portfolio company exits—that means it needs to go public or be acquired. Most late stage companies end up doing the former. Dizraptor says that it plans to hold private companies for between 1 to 3 years before they go public.

Primary Sale

Your portfolio company exits (goes public or gets bought)

How Dizraptor
Makes Money

Dizraptor earns commissions on the investments they offer, which varies on a case by case basis. You can find the exact values in the details of each offering. Dizraptor’s fees on the SpaceX offering are as follows:

  • 5% management fee, paid once for 10 years
  • 20% of net profits, charged once the investment round is closed.

Varied

Management Fee

The fee is paid once for 10 years

20%

Net Profits

Charged at the end of the investment round

How You’re Taxed

Startup investments are subject to capital gains tax, with the exact rate depending on the taxpayer's country of residence, personal income tax bracket and whether or not the investment is held in a tax-advantaged account.

However, investors are not expected to trigger a taxable event until one of their portfolio companies is sold at a profit.

Investments held for longer than a year benefit from long-term capital gains tax—taxed at a much lower rate than ordinary income. Additionally, Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs) are taxed as partnerships, making this a favorable tax investment since it will generally not be subject to federal income tax.

State and local taxes also affect the total tax burden associated with the investment. For more clarity, consult with an advisor before making an investment.

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Capital Gains

Investments held for >1year benefit from long-term capital gains tax

Meet the Team

Dizraptor’s 20-person team has been trading and investing for over 13 years, including in private companies from Silicon Valley. In the last 4 years, they’ve done 50+ pre-IPO deals, had 15 exits, generated a +33% average annual return on their pre-IPO portfolio.

Anatoly Radchenko is the co-founder of Dizraptor, and has 15+ years of experience in the stock trading and private equity markets. Radchenko was previously a hedge fund manager at Kvadrat Black and a managing partner at United Traders—a Russia-based company for pre-IPO investing.

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Here’s what you’ll need to invest on Dizraptor

US residents
Accredited investors
Over 18 years of age
US residents
Accredited investors
Over 18 years of age

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Lon

Works great so far, but I've really only transferred some money into our savings account at this point. Hopefully the rest of the app is just as well designed and as easy to use...

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James

Way more asset classes than their competitors and a clean and professional experience throughout.

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