Our goal is to move the collectibles market forward. After years in the business, we (and our clients) have become frustrated with the shortcomings of the collectibles industry. We aim to solve these problems, while opening the high end of the market to the everyday person.
March is making collecting portable, quick, and transferable with very low fees. We are utilizing the blockchain to issue indirect interests in high end collectibles to astute buyers. Now, collectors can own fractional shares of incredible assets, holding them digitally and gaining quick liquidity when they want to sell.
The in house experts and advisors at March.com procure top quality collectibles that are authenticated and valuated in-house. These items are placed on our platform.
Clients are able to visit March.com and purchase shares in the items they want to invest in. The acquisition is quick with no fees for the buyer. The shares instantly arrive in the client’s account.
This model provides true fractional ownership as our clients purchase interests in high value items. Now, collecting is democratized and the high end of the market is open to regular buyers. We have digitized collecting and made investing in collectibles simple.
Investors that participate in the initial offering of an item are required to be accredited investors. There is a mandatory one-year holding requirement.
The collectibles portfolio will be housed in a secure storage facility, eliminating the burdens of storage and insurance for the collector. March Blockchain Corporation will pay all required storage and insurance fees.
Shares will be available for public purchase and resale on an exchange after a mandatory one-year holding period. Our model provides near instant liquidity, with minimal fees for collectors for the first time ever.
Your voice matters! Shareholders will enjoy voting participation when decisions are made. You will be able to participate in periodic voting , giving our leadership the ability to gauge the interests of the group.
Our process has solved the major problems plaguing the collectibles industry: we have nearly eliminated fees and long waiting periods, we have created a peer to peer way to buy and sell an indirect interest in high value items and we have given the general public a way to participate in the high end of the collectibles market.