How is investing in Rolling Funds different from venture fund investing?

Unlike investing in a Venture Fund, when you back a GP's Rolling Venture Fund:
  1. You follow a flexible, quarterly investment schedule rather than a one-time commitment to a fund or deal-by-deal investments through syndicates. You can subscribe now to be included in the next quarter and cancel any time. You will be included in any on thesis deals the GP makes during the quarter that you participated in.
  2. The GP spends their time finding great companies and investing the subscribed capital rather than dealing with the distractions of fundraising.
  3. It's easy for you to commit more or less capital in future quarters.
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