Coin and Card Auctions

Coin and Card Auctions

Early Stage

BID, BUY & SELL

BID, BUY & SELL

Overview

Raised this Round: Raised: $945,323

Total Commitments ($USD)

Platform

Dalmore Group

Start Date

05/05/2022

Close Date

03/10/2023

Min. Goal
$25,000
Max. Goal
$5,000,000
Min. Investment

$250

Security Type

Equity - Common

Series

Pre-Seed

SEC Filing Type

RegCF    Open SEC Filing

Price Per Share

$0.50

Pre-Money Valuation

$15,135,875

Year Founded

2021

Industry

Business Services, Software, & Applications

Tech Sector

MarketplaceTech

Distribution Model

B2C

Margin

High

Capital Intensity

Low

Location

Des Moines, California

Business Type

High Growth

Coin and Card Auctions is raising funds on Dalmore Group. The company has developed a solution to remedy the faults and inconsistencies in the collectibles market. The business has developed a nano-scanning technology that can be used to grade the quality of collectibles. The technology compares users’ coin or card data with the data on a deep neural network using AI and machine learning. Coin and Card Auctions also uses its patent-pending digital fingerprinting for numismatic coins and sports cards. Michael Johnson founded Coin and Card Auctions in May 2021. The current crowdfunding campaign has a minimum target of $25,000 and a maximum target of $5,000,000. The campaign proceeds will be used for growth and expansion.

Summary Profit and Loss Statement

Most Recent Year Prior Year

Revenue

$0

$0

COGS

$0

$0

Tax

$0

$0

 

 

Net Income

$-369,918

$0

Summary Balance Sheet

Most Recent Year Prior Year

Cash

$28,709

$0

Accounts Receivable

$0

$0

Total Assets

$677,231

$0

Short-Term Debt

$128,198

$0

Long-Term Debt

$291,739

$0

Total Liabilities

$419,937

$0

Financials as of: 05/05/2022
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Raise History

Offering Name Close Date Platform Valuation/Cap Total Raised Security Type Status Reg Type
Coin and Card Auctions 04/29/2024 Dealmaker Securities $27,234,779 $84,608 Equity - Common Funded RegCF
Coin and Card Auctions 03/09/2023 Dalmore Group $15,135,875 $945,323 Equity - Common Funded RegCF
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Revenue History

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Coin and Card Auctions on Dalmore Group 2022
Platform: Dalmore Group
Security Type: Equity - Common
Valuation: $15,135,875
Price per Share: $0.50

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