When the SPAC met the blockchain

In the SPAC game, it’s important to ensure you’re not seen as just another chancer who’s going to lose your investors’ money.

That’s why when you’re drawing up presentations for those investors on your mergers and acquisitions, you take time to properly demonstrate just how your target company is going to create some value.

And that’s when data visualisation comes into play.

So when Nasdaq-listed SPAC Netfin presented its plan to merge with Triterras Fintech last week, they made sure they had this nailed.

Triterras’s “flagship platform” is Kratos, a “custom-built, blockchain-enabled, end-to-end global trade and trade finance platform”. And like all things blockchain-enabled, the trajectory for the company is of course moonwards. Here’s page 21 of Netfin’s investor presentation:

You see? It’s as simple as A.B.C.D.E. T. m.o.n.y.z.x.5. Because “each party added has the potential to add their multiple counterparties”, you are basically guaranteed $$$.

Yuuge Potential Exponential Organic Growth Opportunity here guys.

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