About us



A pledge to democratize modern investing

We the people, pay a lot of money to invest in stocks and cryptocurrencies. The Robinhood IPO was for 29 billion. The Coinbase IPO was for 86 billion.

According to a report published by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance in 2019, about 47% of crypto traders use Coinbase. Robinhood has a smaller slice of the pie when it comes to trading securities and crypto.

A major source of revenue for these corporations, is interest earned from customer cash balances.

At WeInvest, the interest earned from balances will go into the treasury, and get distributed back to token holders as well as rebates to traders. WeInvest will also generate revenue from payment for order flow.

Our Vision

We envision a future where you will be paid to trade.

According to S&P Dow Jones, 89% of actively managed US equity funds underperformed their benchmark from 2009 through 2019. These are mutual funds managed by professionals

If these people are paid millions of dollars to pick stocks, what chance does the average Joe or Jane have, in beating them at their own game?

In another place, the head of Blackrock says (2021), you should be invested 100% in equities. Meanwhile, roughly half of Americans own any stocks either directly or through a 401k. If you don't own any Amazon stock because it costs $3700 as of time of this writing, somebody should tell you about fractional shares.

If you trade fractional shares on Robinhood, someone should tell you about how much money they make by selling your orders microseconds before they're executed, via payment for order flow.

If you think you're getting a deal with commission-free trades, think again. Like they say, if you're not paying for the product, you are the product. They will take your cash balance and make interest off that, to put in their coffers. You won't see a penny.

What if you could get paid for investing? In a world where mega-corporations rake in billions of dollars in fees, trading should be free, and that is our vision.