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Investor Presentation July 2014 “Bitcoin represents something fundamental and powerful” – Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures


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Future Capital Bitcoin Fund *The Fund is pre-registered as an Early Stage Venture Capital Limited Partnership (ESVCLP) under the Australian Venture Capital Act. Provides investors fully tax free returns (whether on income or capital account) including dividends. Potential investors should always obtain their own independent financial and taxation advice.


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Overview


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Why Bitcoin?


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What VCs are saying about Bitcoin


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…and they are putting their money in… Bitcoin startups present a high potential investment option


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…and accelerating 2014 run rate of US$284m, almost 3x the 2013 total investment of $99.5m Q1 $64.5m 2013 Total $99.5m Note: *Includes first sequence venture deals but excludes late-stage 1995 internet investments ($257.6m). For additional disclosure on methodology see http://www.coindesk.com/following-money-trends-bitcoin-venture-capital-investment/


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Financial Institutions are watching


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…and thought leaders are seeing promise


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Opportunity Areas Bitcoin Aiming to Disrupt $457bn+ Total Market Cap Source: CoinDesk, Wedbush Securities – As at 8 April 2014


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… offering large potential transaction cost savings Source: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research


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Opportunity Areas Bitcoin Companies can be grouped into 6 categories Exchange


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Bitcoin Penetration


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As a “currency”, the price has recovered Source: CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index daily closing price (taken at 00:00 UTC)


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… opinions vary on where it could be


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While Bitcoin as money is small Bitcoin is small compared to US, Australian currencies … but there are 100 countries that have a smaller currency supply than Bitcoin


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Its use in commerce is growing Approx. 60,000 merchants accept Bitcoin ... mostly online Physical businesses accepting Bitcoin


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Bitcoin advancing on other networks (Pulse) $100M $1BN $10BN $20BN $41M $216M $299M $397M $438M $2.4BN $7.5BN $9.8BN $16.5BN Source: Coinometrics.com, 30 April 2014


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Bitcoin access by merchants and customers is becoming easier


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The Opportunity


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Investment Highlights *The Fund is pre-registered as an Early Stage Venture Capital Limited Partnership (ESVCLP) under the Australian Venture Capital Act. Provides investors fully tax free returns (whether on income or capital account) including dividends. Potential investors should always obtain their own independent financial and taxation advice.


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Experienced Investment Team


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Previous Investment Experience


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Tax Free Returns* Pre-registered as an Early Stage Venture Capital Limited Partnership (ESVCLP) under the Australian Venture Capital Act 2002. Provides investors fully tax free returns (whether on income or capital account) including dividends. Potential investors should always obtain their own independent financial and taxation advice. Refer: http://www.ausindustry.gov.au/programs/venture-capital/esvclp/Pages/default.aspx


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Fund Investment Allocation Note: Series A,B,C represent successive follow-on funding rounds Example based on a $30m raising


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Sample Opportunities


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Open for Investment


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Next Steps Participate in the global Bitcoin phenomenon


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Overview


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What is Bitcoin? A quick introduction Bitcoin (BTC)


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Getting Started How do I get Bitcoins?


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Bitcoin for users Simple, frictionless transactions


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Bitcoin for Business Enabling new markets, reducing admin costs


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Attachments BTC Criticism and History BTC Mining Explained


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Bitcoin Mining Creating Bitcoins by managing the network


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