August 03, 2023
Expected Close Date
January 02, 2024
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Nettyworth is a Web3 fintech platform in development that allows users to manage and borrow against their digital assets.
Nettyworth’s go-to-market strategy is to provide users with a zero-cost solution to access data and manage their digital assets. By supplying users with essential financial management tools, it plans to leverage its data using AI to connect borrowers and lenders in its Web3 loan marketplace, unlocking significant value in digital and physical assets worth billions. The platform offers borrowers a zero-cost experience to list their digital and physical assets, while lenders incur a 4% fee on interest earned from successful loans.
NFT Loan Market is $1B, expected to reach $3.2B by 2028. As per Citi, $5T physical assets are expected to be tokenized by 2030. The company faces some competition in the space. Competitors include Arcade, Metalink, NFT Fi, and Flowty. All these platforms offer only a part of the features offered by Nettyworth.
The company plans to grow its user base by investing in digital advertising, SEO, strategy, social media campaigns, steady content development, and collaboration with other creators, companies, and events. Eventually, it also plans to gamify the “Nettyworth List” to create a new measure of the user’s social status.
It has $4M+ user-managed assets, 3,500 monthly users on its platform, and a strong social media presence with 27,000 followers on Instagram and Twitter. The product has good reviews but it is still at a very early stage. For the year 2022, the company had revenue of $12.5k and a net loss of $1.8k. The company is targeting $34M in annual revenue by 2025.
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Key Deal Facts
Web3 Fintech | Manage & Borrow Against Digital and Physical Assets NFT Loan Market $1B | Expected to reach $3.2B by 2028 Citi analysts predict $5 Trillion in physical tokenized assets by 2030 $4M+ user-managed assets | 3.5K+ monthly users | 95% love platform Targeting $34M in annual revenue by 2025* 2x Founders | CEO Former Marketing Director at a Fintech YC Alumni Advisor with Mastercard exit
Use of Proceeds
The company plans to use the funds for salaries, product development, marketing, operations, and platform fees.
Management Team / Advisory Board Bios
The management team is experienced and skilled.
July Grullon, Co-Founder, CEO, Director, President, Treasurer
July brings extensive expertise as a former Fintech Marketing Director, with more than 12+ years of experience in successfully scaling and managing ventures. He is a 2x founder.
Alcides Aguasvivas, Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer, Director, Vice President, Secretary
Alcides has over 18+ years of skillfully managing a renowned digital agency. His contributions have been instrumental in helping companies accomplish their development objectives. He is a 2X Founder and former Head of Operations for an award-winning digital agency.
Juan Maldonado, Advisor
Juan is a YC Alumni and co-founder of Arcus (acquired by Mastercard).
The company is bootstrapped. Currently, the company has valued itself at $15M. The highly fluctuating value of underlying digital assets makes it difficult to ensure the materialization of the expected growth of the business. The valuation seems a little high without proven significant traction for the product.