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Curio, Enable Everyone to Invest in and Profit from Collectable Cars

Over the ten year period up to quarter-two last year, collectable vehicles offered a return on investment of almost three times. The asset class outperformed all other alternative investments under review over this period. Many collectable cars are not sold on the open market. Limited edition collectable vehicles are manufactured in such small numbers that limitations are placed on who can purchase them. To be eligible to purchase such a vehicle, prospective buyers usually need to demonstrate that they have owned multiple other vehicles of the same brand. In addition, membership of an owner’s club or vintage fan group may be a prerequisite for purchase. The most valuable and lucrative collectable cars have high initial purchase prices. Once purchased, the vehicle needs to be insured, stored and maintained, incurring additional costs before a profit can be realized. While economies of scale could play a role in reducing such costs, they are rarely leveraged in the industry at present.  


The Vision: To Enable Everyone to Invest in and Profit from Collectable Cars

CurioInvest Invest’s vision is to enable everyone to invest in and profit from collectable cars. By tokenizing investment-grade vehicles, CurioInvest will open up the collectable car market to thousands of new investors. The CurioInvest team has a proven track record of profitably trading investment-grade vehicles at Mercuria Helvetica AG and has partnered with Mechatronik GmbH to provide the expertise necessary to store and maintain the vehicles. Such partnerships will enable CurioInvest to manage the entire life cycle of the investment in a cost-effective manner and to leverage economies of scale. CurioInvest’s goal is to become the world’s leading platform for the purchase and trade of collectable security tokens. 


CurioInvest’s mission is to make it possible for everyone to invest in rare collectable vehicles. Based in Switzerland and Lichtenstein, CurioInvest is launching an online platform powered by blockchain technology which enables investors to purchase security tokens directly backed by limited edition collectable cars. These tokens allow investors to share in the profit if the value of the underlying vehicle increases. In this way, CurioInvest is eliminating the barriers to entry to the collectable car market. As a fractional stake in a vehicle can be purchased online for as little as $500, the minimum investment required to enter the market is dramatically lowered, enabling investors to diversify by purchasing stakes in multiple vehicles. 


CurioInvest platform will greatly simplify the investment process – investors can register and purchase tokens online, while CurioInvest Invest manages the purchase, maintenance, insurance and sale of the vehicle, as well as all related administration and paperwork. The CurioInvest team has a proven track record of profitably trading investment-grade cars at Mercuria Helvetica AG and has access to a pipeline of over 500 rare, collectable vehicles. In addition, CurioInvest has partnered with Mechatronik GmbH to store and maintain the vehicles. 

The CurioInvest Invest platform will bring unprecedented transparency, security and liquidity to a market that was previously only accessible to elites. Ultimately, CurioInvest aims to become the Nasdaq of collectable vehicles, hosting an exchange where automotive security tokens can be traded in near real-time.  


Join Curio Initial Exchange Offering on Probit here: https://www.probit.com/en-us/ieo/cur-round1/1


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