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VCs invest in startups that disrupt industries and reinvent the world we live in, generating billions of dollars. The biggest limitation of VC funds is their illiquidity. Until now investing in a VC fund meant “freezing” your money for 7-10 years. For that reason, investing in the most exciting (and risky) stage of tech startups was blocked for most private investors, and even financial institutions could only dedicate a fraction of investments to it.