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A Safe Bet in the Most Volatile Market

The Digital Asset Investment Company Providing Diversified Exposure

DeFi Technologies Inc. (NEO : DEFI)(OTC : DEFTF)(Frankfurt :  RMJR) is a technology company bridging the gap between traditional capital markets and decentralized finance. Their mission is to expand investor access to industry-leading decentralised technologies which they believe lie at the heart of the future of finance. On behalf of their shareholders and investors, the company identifies opportunities and areas of innovation, and builds and invests in new technologies and ventures in order to provide trusted, diversified exposure across the decentralized finance (DeFi) ecosystem.

4 Reasons DeFi Technologies Should Be Your Next Investment

Hot Market – The decentralized finance market is exploding in value. In just over one year, the total market value of the space grew from $1.5B in June 2020 to $105B in December 2021. And it’s still growing. 

Hedge Against Crypto Volatility – Crypto is one of (if not the most) volatile assets you could invest in. Plenty of stories are out there about someone who made tons of money, only to lose it all in a crash within the span of a month, a week, or even a day. DeFi Technologies is your hedge against that volatility. The company is enabling participation in the future of finance and real-time innovation to investors of all types, via investment channels they know and trust through regulated exchanges and exchange traded products.

Higher Accessibility – To even get started with crypto investing, you’ll need a few different things, starting with a storage wallet and diamond hands. Depending on how you purchase your crypto you’ll need to transfer it to your wallet. Online traders are making the process easier, but getting exposure in the decentralized finance market can be less than straightforward. DeFi Technologies represents what’s next in the digital economy — providing simplified, trusted access to crypto and DeFi investment opportunities. Investors can gain diverse, trusted access to the booming DeFi market through a single stock purchase on a regulated exchange.  

First Movers – DeFi Technologies is the first public company of its kind in this space. The decentralized finance markets are still new and ever-changing. DeFi Technologies’ timing gives it an advantage as it offers investors a unique opportunity.

The Future of Finance

Let’s be honest, not everyone understands crypto. And that’s totally fine. There are over 16,000 coins on the market and new ones are being developed all the time. Between that, various other DeFi protocols, and the sheer amount of thought you have to devote to staying in the loop, we completely understand if you feel like crypto investing isn’t for you.

That’s where Defi Technologies comes in.

DeFi Technologies believes that everyone should have easy and safe access to the fastest growing market out there. Already a billion-dollar industry valued at USD $137 billion, and expected to grow to $800 million – representing the fastest growing market segment and growing 2x more rapidly than the early days of the internet. Their mission is to enable those without access to a crypto exchange to benefit from this booming sector.

With a single stock purchase on a regulated exchange, investors can participate without having to be an expert on mining, wallets, or crypto. You can simply purchase shares of DeFi Technologies much like you would any other stock, and you’re on your way to see your investment in the future of finance grow.

How do they do it?

DeFi Technologies currently offer’s diversified exposure through three business lines:

DeFi Asset Management, DeFi Infrastructure & Governance, and DeFi Ventures. Let’s take a brief look at each one. 

DeFi Asset Management (through DeFi Technologies’ wholly owned subsidiary, Valour)

Offers Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) to investors providing a concentrated position in a regulated security that tracks a Crypto or DeFi index. Revenue is generated through management fees, staking & trading on ETP’s.

Holds over $350M in Assets Under Management across multiple European exchanges and has received approval to list on the Euronext exchange, a $7T exchange where they expect significant demand for their products. Valour products include Bitcoin Zero, Ethereum Zero, Cardano ETP, Polkadot ETP, Solana ETP, and the world’s first and only Uniswap ETP.

Growth in AUM has increased more than 3091% since the beginning of 2021.

DeFi Infrastructure & Governance

With its governance business line, DeFi Technologies runs server nodes for decentralized finance protocols. A decentralized network is not run by a central authority and therefore needs to have a network of “nodes/validators” that together determine how the network is run. These nodes are maintained by independent organizations.

With its infrastructure & governance business line, DeFi Technologies receives a share of each transaction that it validates on a network, and as the only public company dedicated to the space, the company believes it is uniquely positioned to fulfill this emerging need in the marketplace.

DeFi Ventures

It’s estimated the global financial system sucks out 6% of the world’s GDP each year. That’s over $8 trillion per year. The decentralized finance boom has already started funneling some of that $8 trillion into the hands of users.

Right now this happens mainly through borrowing and lending markets, market-making liquidity pools, and decentralized short-term loans. The financial giants of tomorrow are being birthed on the blockchain today, and decentralizing the functions of traditional financial firms is the use case for blockchain the world has been looking for.

But not all of these projects will make it. That’s why DeFi Technologies intends to build a portfolio of what it believes will be the world’s leading decentralized finance names. This is called the DeFi Ventures. Investors looking for a one-click way to get access to a broad base of early-stage projects can now simply buy shares of Defi Technologies instead of trying to guess which protocol will make it.

To date (Oct 2021) the company’s Venture portfolio has generated nearly a 500% ROI in under a year.

Wrapping Up

The bottom line is this; every investor knows that investing in crypto is something they can’t pass up. But not every investor knows how. DeFi Technologies allows you to get exposure simply, and securely.

DeFi Technologies knows what it’s doing too. The Venture Portfolio’s original investment returned 496.29%! Obviously, the team in charge is steering the company in the right direction.

DeFi Technologies strong performance, combined with growing investor interest in their shares listed on Canadian (NEO: DEFI), German (GR: RMJR), and US (OTC: DEFTF) exchanges has driven the companies stock price up over 400% since February and more than 70% in October alone. The company plans to uplist to the Nasdaq in the coming months, dramatically increasing access to shares in the US, which will open the door to significant new investor interest as the company continues to execute on its commitment to simplifying DeFi and cryptocurrency investing.

From our perspective, it makes sense to invest in a company that knows how to invest. Between its total AUM, the power of its Venture Portfolio, and the continued efforts within its infrastructure & governance business lines, DeFi Technologies is providing a ton of value to its investors. It’s well financed through next year, has cash on hand, and is steadily growing through acquisitions.

If you want great crypto exposure with little downside. DeFi Technologies could be it.



Executive Team

Russell Starr

Executive Chairman & CEO

  • CEO of Trillium Gold
  • Director Canada Nickel Company
  • Founder/Owner of Echelon Wealth Management


Diana Biggs

CEO (Valour) & Incoming CSO

  • Global Head of Innovation at HSBC
  • Member of the Board of Digital Leaders at WEF
  • Head Tutor of the Blockchain Strategy Program at Oxford


Johan Wattenstrom


  • Founder of XBT Provider, the World’s
 first Bitcoin ETP
  • Co-Founder, Director at Nortide Capital
  • Founder & Director of Valour


Olivier Roussy Newton


  • Founder of HIVE Blockchain Technologies (TSX.V HIVE) $2bn market cap
  • Raised over $800m past two years
  • Founder of Latent Capital
  • Founder of Quantum Holdings


Wouter Witoevt

President & Co-Founder

  • Founder & Chairman of Secfi
  • Raised over $600M for Secfi
  • World Economic Forum Global Shapers
  • University of Cambridge


Ryan Ptolemy, CPA, CGA, CFA


  • CFO of Aberdeen International (TSX:AAB)
  • Former CFO of multiple public and private companies


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  • Name of Issuer & Ticker Symbol - DeFi Technologies Inc. (DEFTF)
  • Amount & Form of Compensation - $360,000.00 in cash
  • Who Paid for the Campaign & Position with Company if any - DeFi Technologies Inc. (DEFTF)
  • Period of Campaign - 9/30/2021 - 9/30/2022
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