“We don’t act like a broker but rather we put our money upfront and buy pre-IPO tech company shares from early founders, investors and employees that need to liquidate shares for whatever reason – that might be to buy a house or send a kid to college,” Linqto Director of Digital Asset Sales Nick Burrafato said in an interview. “We also retain ownership of a percentage of each and every investment we make until the company exits.”
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