The secret of success is a priceless commodity, but many people don’t understand that there is no such thing. The only thing that leads to success is complete dedication, massive discipline and a team of people at your side to support you.
But how do you achieve success if you don’t know where and most importantly how to start?
Most lenders tend to find it very hard to start out in the microfinancing industry. The primary issue towards this is finding a platform that is willing to accept them. In fact, not many people understand that if they have savings accounts, they’re already considered as lenders, they just don’t know it.
So it could be said that just depositing in a bank is enough to get you started on your lending career right? Well, not really. The reason is that these platforms do not provide the necessary experience to then branch out into your own company or maybe reach new levels in volume.
The same issue was plaguing a team of savvy entrepreneurs who saw the problems with the traditional banking system. But instead of going out, looking for a platform they decided to create their own.
AssetStream is an innovative microfinancing platform designed for lenders that have lost their way in the formation period of their careers. It provides a platform for beginners as well as veterans, and guarantees volumes to help them grow.
The second and most likely the most significant issue that lenders find themselves in is locating a borrower. Just being a private lender is for one thing hazardous, and the other, very time-consuming.
Sure you can market yourself on the internet and showcase your criteria, but why waste money on that when you don’t have to?
The AssetStream team has designed a platform that does the searching for you, or if you don’t want it, provides a catalog of all available borrowers globally.
Not only is the lender able to find more opportunities, but also ensure security due to the non-involvement of a third party.
How AssetStream provides growth
One of the critical differences between depositing in a bank and using AssetStream is the direct connection you have with the person you are lending to. You see, the bank takes the liberty to lend to whoever it deems worthy.
AssetStream however, allows choosing your borrower by yourself. Not only does this provide more transparency, but also the opportunity to provide long-lasting deals. You see, the AssetStream team understood that just having a borrower disappear after repaying you is not sufficient for growth. Therefore the exposure of the parties to each other, can lead to them becoming constant partners in the future.
Are you ready for your success?
The microfinancing industry can be very daunting, therefore you may be tempted to forsake opportunities for growth in favor of security in a bank. And this option may actually be a superior one for those willing to invest millions as a beginning. They’d still be able to make a decent profit. But those who are just beginning and have not more than $1000 in reserve for lending, can find it virtually impossible to sustain growth through banking loans.
AssetStream understood the issue of entering the lending market, which is why it is welcoming beginners on its platform. Due to the increased interest in the microfinancing industry, lenders will not have any issue finding additional lending opportunities, or even forming future deals as mentioned above.
The security of the AssetStream platform is supported by the blockchain network, that guarantees collateral remuneration, as well as privacy protection.
Why go for banking loans that would be successful in a few decades, when you can go for AssetStream and opt for a few months or years instead?
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