Investors will receive shares in BUX in exchange for their investment. If BUX makes an exit further down the line via an IPO or a trade sale,

if the company’s valuation has increased then you could make a profit on your investment.

When investing in early-stage businesses like BUX, investors should assume that their shares are illiquid and that there is no simple way to sell shares until there is an exit event like IPO or trade sale. Investors should also not expect businesses like BUX that raise money on Seedrs to pay dividends (at least not in the short to medium term), as any available capital will likely fund further growth.

The main way in which you can make money from your investments is by selling your shares in BUX at a higher price than the what you paid for them.


The Seedrs Secondary Market is a place for investors to buy and sell shares from each other. Currently, only existing shareholders in a business are eligible to purchase shares.

The market is open for one week, starting on the first Tuesday of every month for investors to list their shares for other investors to purchase.

Not all shares will be eligible for the Secondary Market and, even if they are, the ability to buy and sell shares will depend on demand.

Investors should not assume that an early exit will be available just because a secondary market exists.