“Dollar for Dollar Debit Card” determined to level the financial playing field


The Black Unicorn Factory is about to launch a new debit card that creates wealth instead of just being used to spend and pay the bill. The new Dollar for Dollar debit card is the first of its kind, a debit card that will match every dollar you spend of your money with a dollar to invest. This is going to really disrupt the debit card market,” says John Stewart, founder of Black Unicorn Factory, a pre-IPO startup accelerator in Los Angeles.

Today, most debit cards are only designed to pay bills and there are a few others that create credit today, but there are no debit cards that create wealth.

Now anyone can be an angel investor, says Stewart. The Dollar For Dollar Debit Card levels the financial playing field as it matches every dollar you spend on things you would normally spend money on, with an “Equidollar” that can be used to invest in over 100 pre-IPO companies on a clear path to go public”.

Dollar-for-dollar debit will level the financial playing field because people will no longer be limited by the amount of money they have or don’t have. There is no need to change what you do every month, he exclaimed. It is the first debit card that creates wealth for all those who do not have the capacity to invest. It’s a risk-free way to invest and build wealth. because you don’t use a penny of your own money to invest. It’s OPM or other people’s money investing at its best, says Stewart. Nearly 76% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck and have no money left to invest. Due to the lack of investment, the wealth gap continues to widen. The Dollar For Dollar debit card eliminates the need to save, budget or cut spending to invest. The Dollar for Dollar debit card is scheduled to launch on June 19, 2022.

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