Deal Box Announces Blockchain Made Easy Closes Bridge Offering as BEASY Commences Follow-On Roundbr>
Deal Box has has announced that Blockchain Made Easy (BEASY), a blockchain solutions provider and client company, has recently closed its bridge offering and is commencing a follow-on round through the issuance of digital securities to accredited investors.
BEASY builds blockchain solutions that enable retail and enterprise customers to unlock and realize the wide range of benefits blockchain technologies can deliver. Its flagship product, BEASY Authentication, is initially targeting stakeholders in two key markets: sports & entertainment and supply chain.
Deal Box is engaged to provide due diligence, investment packaging and strategic advisory services to BEASY, and is actively pursuing opportunities to enhance BEASY’s pipeline and business development opportunities as part of its own broader ecosystem of partners and customers.
The offering will be made solely to accredited investors under Rule 506(c) of Regulation D promulgated by the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (“Securities Act”).
“We are excited to be working with the team at BEASY. Its mission is to make blockchain easy, whether that means enabling individuals to seamlessly create non-fungible tokens (NFTs) or enabling businesses to establish and manage key business initiatives in a blockchain environment, BEASY’s value proposition is unparalleled,” said Deal Box CEO John Nance. “We look forward to continuing to support its efforts in its next phase of capitalization in addition to adding value through strategic introductions across the Deal Box ecosystem.”
“Deal Box has a unique understanding of the blockchain economy which has made the process of planning and execution of our offering a smoother and more educational process, in addition to providing additional strategic value through introductions that have extended our growing pipeline of business opportunities and engagements,” BEASY Founder and CEO Bob Kramich. “This is all fundamental to driving shareholder value.”