In the old world the easiest way for an investor to invest in equity was via a publicly listed company. Investors used brokers to buy and sell shares in a business and the value of these shares would rise and fall depending on the company's performance. The investor was able to make a return if they sold the shares for a higher value than they purchased them or via dividend payment from the company. Investing in start-ups and other private companies was very difficult for investors. Conversely, it was difficult for these businesses to raise equity funding.
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