Last chance to buy CONG Token for USD 0.0025
During the last few days of #1 presale round and the days following its closing, our team has been receiving complaints about problems in purchasing CONG Token either by Metamask or Paypal/Stripe (credit card).
In order to minimize these problems faced by investors, we've decided to:
postpone a few days #2 presale to March 27
open a small raise amount of USD 100k
keep CONG Token price at USD 0.0025.
This is our apology to all project supporters that were not able to buy CONG Token during the #1 round.
Minimum purchase: 50 USDT/USDC/BUSD
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Venture Capital and
Private Equity outstanding opportunities for everyone
The Conglomerate Capital is the pioneer BEP20 blockchain-based investment platform to bring deals to investors accross the globe under a decentralized governance structure through its unique token CONG.
Be a part of the foremost cryptocurrency project in terms of token use cases and adoption, technolodgy and team experience.
Presale Event #2
From March 23 to April 11
Funding Raise goal: USD 1.5 Million
Sale Supply: 0.5 bn CONG tokens
CONG Price: 0.0030 USDT
Minimum purchase: 50 USDT/USDC/BUSD
Presale Event #3 starts on April 12 with
CONG price at USDT 0.0050 (+67%)
To protect investors against rug pulls and governance attacks, CONG tokens will have 3-month lockup and 6-month vesting thereafter (16.67% release/month).
Tokens will be available to track and claim, when the presale ends, through https://www.team.finance/claim.
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Listings after presale
CONG Token Presale Calendar
Feb.17 to Mar.17
Mar.27 to Apr.15
Apr.16 to Apr.29
Apr.30 to May.13
May.14 to May.27
Raise Target USD 2.5 Million
Raise Target USD 1.5 Million
Raise Target USD 1.0 Million
Raise Target USD 0.75 Million
Raise Target USD 0.5 Million
CONG Token USD 0.0025
CONG Token USD 0.0030
CONG Token USD 0.0050
CONG Token USD 0.01
CONG Token USD 0.02
CONG Price +700% from presale #1 to #5
The Problems Investors face to get into private deals and Companies to raise capital
Before starting to work on the development of the project, it was required to deeply analyze the Crowdfunding and Launchpads environments.
We needed to understand complaints and problems from all participants' perspectives: investors, entrepreneurs/companies and platforms.
No guarantees or
Lack of financial and
Most of investment bankers, advisors and web funding platforms are just concerned about their fees, there is a lack of alignment between the parts: entrepreneurs, platforms, bankers, advisors and investors.
Assets, Private Equity and Venture Capital funds environment is very restricted like rich-oriented exclusive leisure clubs. Retail investors are very unlikely to access private market outstanding opportunities.
SME Companies struggle to raise capital as their balance sheet and track record do not permit that, they also do not have access to wide range of retail and accredited investors.
Tangle of regulatory laws and bureaucracy constrained retail investors to invest in private companies and private companies to raise until recent past.
Investment analysis and finance as whole are expertises that most of retail investors and web funding platforms teams lack. They require years of studying and working to be proficient and achive better than market returns.
Startups and Companies have to bear up-front and retainer fees to initiate a equity or debt fundraise. Even if they succeed in the campaign, perfomance and successful fees are expensive.
Most of the successful Startups were able to initiate and ramp-up their businesses just because the Founders have connections with rich part of society.
Startups and SME Companies have a very concentrated captable. Founders, Venture Capital and Private Equity funds bite the shares almost entirely.
Crowdfunding and Launchpads platforms are centralized governed structures. Investors do not have participation in deciding which Companies will have campaigns in their platforms. Also, they do not control the cash generation distribution.
Launchpads are normally limited to a single blockchain-related projects. Moreover, they focus on some specific businesses, such as web3, blockchain and gaming, for example.
No follow-up after
After the closing of the funding campaign, Companies do not have to report their perfomance and development status to the investors. Entrepreneurs can do whatever they want with the raised funds.
Unfortunately, some web funding platforms have bots to allocate offered campaigns to their best interests and control.