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Cap raise process
How it works
Grow with STAX
Fuss-free capital, whatever your age, whatever your stage.
The usual questions.
How does STAX help manage the capital raising process?
Whether you go with equity crowdfunding (CSF) or IPO, we’ll help you navigate the whole process. You’ll get a single point of contact, a flexible pricing structure, and a top-notch legal and compliance team on-call. Every campaign is tailored to your business and your fundraising goals.
What type of capital raising should I go for?
That’s really up to you. Every business is slightly different, and we can definitely steer you towards the most suitable fundraising option (even if that option turns out to be debt funding). STAX offers three different types of raises, including equity crowdfunding, private placements and IPOs.
Am I eligible for equity crowdfunding?
There are a few eligibility requirements when it comes to CSF. Your consolidated asset cap, and your revenue cap, must both be under AUD $25 million. You can’t be listed on any exchange, either in Australia or internationally. There’s also an AUD $5 million raise cap, which includes any raise in the past 12 months. You can read more about these requirements over here.
How are you guys different?
Great question. For one thing, we allow our investors to buy equity using FIAT currency or digital currency (like USDT). That means you’re getting access to a more diverse, international investor network (not to mention avoiding plenty of red tape). Think of STAX as the bridge between conventional markets and cryptocurrency.
How should I set my valuation?
While we can’t officially value your business (that’s up to you), it’s generally better to the conservative side. A lower valuation gives investors more growth potential and makes future funding rounds slightly easier. Just keep in mind, whatever number you settle on, your valuation on STAX must be set on a fully diluted basis: you can’t dilute crowd equity down the track with existing options.