Top FAQsLast Updated: May 21, 2019
Does Nth Round provide support?
Yes, Nth Round provides support via email, phone, and chat.
Email support for all platform users via the following email addresses:
Phone support: The designated client Admin has access to the assigned Account Manager's direct line. Non-admin users can call
Real-time chat support: Accessible on both Investor Relations Dashboard and Trading App sites
Can I control who uses the platform?
Yes. The pool of investors is controlled by the company. Users must be "seeded" to participate.
Who has access to the platform?
This is up to the company entirely. While a small number of non-accredited investors may participate, we expect that the majority must fit under the SEC definition of an Accredited Investor. More information on the definition of an Accredited Investor can be found here: www.investor.gov
What Company information do shareholders receive?
Ultimately, this is at the discretion of the company's management. This information may include notable investors, recent funding rounds, total funding, and any notable media or press releases. Companies utilizing Nth Round will not, however, be subject to the same reporting requirements as public companies.
How much does it cost?
Our fees vary based on the size of the company and number of shareholders. After setup, we charge only for hosting fees to cover our ongoing costs.
Is there a minimum investment size?
The minimum investment is determined by the Company.
How much effort is involved to maintain this?
Almost none. Inviting new investors onto the platform and updating content can be done using the administrator portal. The shareholder site is secure and easy to use.
What are the risks?
We've designed the process to provide the company administrator with complete control. No intervention is required from Nth Round to invite or remove shareholders. All activity is permanently recorded for company management review. In addition, investing in companies involves a significant amount of risk. Investors should carefully read the risk factors made available by companies in their privately hosted portal for risks specific to each company.