Investing on Republic is free for Investors.
Companies pay only if they successfully reach their funding goal: 6% of the total funds raised in cash, and 2% as a Crowd Safe.
Companies raising on Republic may also use the proceeds of their successful
financing to pay for the escrow agent and other transaction-related fees. Related: how much does it cost to launch a campaign?
Example using a Crowd Safe: Equity Startup, Inc. raises $100,000 at $10M valuation and hits its funding goal, effectively selling an equivalent of 1% of its equity. Republic takes $6,000 and Crowd Safe with a $2,000 face value (0.02% in an equity equivalent).
Example using a Token DPA: Blockchain Startup, Inc. raises $100,000
and hits its funding goal, effectively selling $100,000 plus interest in tokens. Republic takes $6,000 and Token DPA with a $2,000 face value (later equivalent for cash or tokens).
Example using a Revenue Share: Revenue Startup, Inc. raises $100,000 and hits its funding goal, effectively selling $100,000 in debt with a revenue right. Republic takes $6,000 and a revenue right with a $2,000 face value (which will entitle Republic to payments as if Republic had put $2,000 into the offering).
Republic does not verify information provided by companies on this Portal and makes no assurance as to the completeness or accuracy of any such information. Additional information about companies fundraising on the Portal can be found by searching the EDGAR database.