Steve Wozniak Becomes Venture Capital Startup Co-Founder

Steve Wozniak Becomes Venture Capital Startup Co-Founder

Steve Wozniak is announced, via YouTube interview, as one of the co-founders of EQUI Global

Wozniak is joining fellow founders Doug Barrowman and Michelle Mone in leading the blockchain focused venture capital firm. The firm plans to invest an approximate of 80% of funds to tech companies and 20% will be devoted to other industries (i.e. art and real estate).


Investors on the platform will pledge their investment in exchange for EquiTokens. Built on Ethereum, holders of the said tokens will be able to trade in external exchanges such as Binance and Kucoin for uncomplicated liquidity.

EQUI Global, as reported by Verdict, has the mission to support the blockchain industry and the technological luminaries of tomorrow.

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