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Capital Funds

Capital funding is the money provided in the form of debt or equity to operate a company.

Capital funding is the money provided in the form of debt or equity to operate a company. Traditionally, the capital structure of a company could be determined by reviewing its liabilities and shareholder equity listed on the company’s balance sheet. However, with the introduction of tokens and decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs), a company or organization may not need traditional capital funds but can instead issue tokens to operate in the long run. It is important to note that global regulators have clearly stated that tokens are not securities which means they lack the rights and protection under the securities act.


A company can raise capital funds through stock issuance, debt issuance or token issuance.

Author:

Varit Bulakul is the president of investment banking and digital assets at The Brooker Group, a publicly listed financial consultancy and capital management company based in Thailand. Varit was instrumental in the Brooker Group’s move to digital assets and drives the company’s vision to bring the digital asset ecosystem to the traditional financial services sector. The Brooker Group was the first publicly listed company to invest directly into DeFi and DApps projects. 


Prior to joining the Brooker Group, Varit was an auditor at Deloitte in Bangkok and received a BA in science in accounting and finance from Lehigh University and a master’s degree in accounting from Boston College.



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