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Ripple CTO Describes How Linqto Facilitates Investments in PolySign


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David Schwartz’s remarks came in response to inquiries on the safety of PolySign investments through Linqto.

David Schwartz, the CTO of Ripple, has offered valuable insights into the operational methods of Linqto, a fintech firm specializing in investment services. Specifically, Schwartz’s commentary sheds light on the approach that Linqto employs to facilitate investments in companies like PolySign, for which he serves as a board member.

The remarks came in response to inquiries from a New York-based crypto investor on the safety of PolySign investments through Linqto.

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Schwartz acknowledged that such investments are legitimate.


He further revealed that Linqto’s strategy involves purchasing ownership stakes in PolySign from current and former employees and other investors. The firm then consolidates these stakes into a legally recognized entity, such as a partnership, which investors can own.

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Benefits of Fractional Ownership

Through this approach, investors can acquire partial ownership in the partnership, thereby securing indirect ownership of PolySign’s underlying shares. This grants them exposure to the business’s potential growth and any resulting profits.

While acknowledging both the benefits and drawbacks of this method, Schwartz emphasized that its primary advantage is the ability for investors to generate returns on investments in PolySign without committing significant amounts of capital.


Fractional ownership through Linqto allows individual investors to gain access to private market investments that they may not otherwise be able to access or afford. It also allows for greater diversification of an investor’s portfolio, as they can own a stake in a variety of private market assets through a single investment.

Schwartz recommended that this strategy be employed by investors seeking to invest less than $100,000 in PolySign. For investments totaling $100,000 or more, he advised that investors should directly purchase the company’s shares.


PolySign’s and Linqto’s Goals

PolySign, co-founded by Arthur Britto and David Schwartz in 2018, seeks to offer institutional investors a blockchain-based infrastructure for managing their digital assets. The team’s mission is to promote the global adoption of digital assets.

Linqto, on the other hand, is a fintech firm that facilitates investments in private markets for as little as $5,000. Its standout feature is the ability to enable fractional ownership of private assets. Earlier this year, the platform onboarded Ripple stock pre-IPO.

Disclaimer: This content is informational and should not be considered financial advice. The views expressed in this article may include the author's personal opinions and do not reflect The Crypto Basic’s opinion. Readers are encouraged to do thorough research before making any investment decisions. The Crypto Basic is not responsible for any financial losses.



Mark Brennan
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Mark Brennan has been active in the cryptocurrency sector since 2014. His love and passion for the nascent industry drove him to develop interest in writing about important developments and updates about cryptocurrencies and blockchain. Brennan, who holds a Masters degree in Business Administration, learned about the potential of blockchain technology. Aside from crypto journalism, Brennan runs an education center, where he educates people about the asset class.

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