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Space Funds

This page contains information about space funds, including what currently exists and is open to investors, and what will exist in the future. If you would like a comparative overview of any of these, or other space funds, then get in contact.

Space Fund Related Terminology

Mutual Space Funds; Based on Mutual Funds model, used in the United State of America. They can be bought and sold like equities and very liquid.
Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and SEIS Space Funds; tax efficient funding for new space companies used in the United Kingdom. EIS Space Funds are currently attracting investors.
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Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) for Space Investing, based on Aerospace ETFs. The goal of a Space ETF would be to track and manage a balance portfolio of aerospace stocks and space stocks. Any space portfolio would have to take into account the risk appetite of investors and their expected return on investment.

Space Investing Companies that operate like a Fund: By nature a fund keeps the investors at armís length from management and decision makers, yet a Space Investing Company likes to keep its investors (by way of shares in the space company) part of the process and operates like a fund; investing in and out of selected space companies.

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Government Space Incubators

Luxembourg Space Fund

Luxembourg's government supported space fund is focussed on space resources, but also space technology and the exploration of outer space. Resource scarcity is a driver of funding space resources, or more succintly, funding asteroid mining.
Luxembourgís vision is to support advanced research activities and technological capabilities in the space sector by utiliising its economic diversification, e.g. fund-friendly legal environment.

European Space Agency Busines Incubators for Space Startups

The European Space Agency Business Incubation centres are throughout Europe, and focus on the Technology Transfer Programme, which seeks entrepreneurs who have innovative ideas for using space technologies to create new products and services in a non-space environment / downstream market.

Operational Space Funds

US Space Fund, minimum investment US$50k

Space Angels Network

The Space Angels Network is nearly 10 years old, has been at the forefront of arranging space investment in the US, but is somewhat restricted to larger investors.
To date they have founded 40 companies, have over 200 members, and have an impressive co-investor line-up including well known Venture Capital companies and pro-space advocates like Larry Page (Google) and Richard Branson (Virgin Galactic).

UK Space Fund, minimum investment GBP100k

Seraphim Space Fund

Seraphim Space has a £50m fund launched in 2016 that is focused terrestrial technology and space applications. Investors come from leading aerospace and space companies. The fund is supported by the UK Space Agency and the European Space Agency.

The fund invests in both software and upstream opportunities, plus technology that uses satellite data, and technology related to the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, robotics and nanomaterials.

US Space VC Fund

Starbridge Space Venture Capital

Starbridge Venture Capital focuses on companies in areas such as manufacturing in space, earth observation, small satellites and space communicatons.

European Space Fund

EBAN European Space Fund

EBAN Space's Executive Committee members are investors, entrepreneurs and stakeholders. Their time and expertise is used to promote and advance Europeís ecosystem for entrepreneurship, innovation, and investment in the space sector.

Emerging Space Funds

French Space Tech Fund

French Space Fund

CosmiCapital is a European Venture Capital fund supported and sponsored by the French government space agency and is focused on private companies involved in space and related applications.
The investments are planned to be from early stage to growth rounds, with the aim of growing a portfolio of diversified breakthrough space startups.

A tokenised US space fund for accredited investors

Space Fund Token

Space Fund is launching the US$50 million SpaceFund One, which will be liquid via a limited number of security tokens allocated to limited partner investors. Minimum entry is US$500k.

A Blockchain Based Space Fund? E-contracts as Shareholder Agreements?

The hypothetical merging of FinTech and Space 2.0 to create a decentralised fund for space investors based on a high volume of transactions, running on a blockchain based system is possible, and will happen within 5 years. If you are interested in taking part in a blockchain based shareholder participating investing in space, then get in contact with us.

New Space Funds

Space Starters

Space Starters

SpaceStarters is a crowd investing platform for space-based companies and combines the expertise in venture capital with early investors to participate in funding new space companies.

German Space Funds

Space Ventures .org prefers new space technologies, downstream market space enabled businesses, and space technology transfer cases.

Space Crowd .eu offers Crowd Funding for Space Enabled Technology

Space Startup Incubator

Space statup incubator

Starburst provides access to seed funding from business angels and venture capital firms that are focussed on Aerospace, Defense and Security.
Starburt is mostly French based, and proclaims to have many startups and partners.

Venture Capital: Global Space Fund

The Global Space Fund (GSF) is a venture capital fund focused on investing in the emerging private space industry.

Crowd Fund for Space in Japan

SpaceFund in Japan may be a Crowd Fund for related Space Projects.

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