About Hapi

Discover Hapi, the safest and user-friendly stock and cryptocurrency trading platform for clients in LATAM.

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Mission:

Bringing prosperity to the region by democratizing access to the stock market.

¿How It Works?

Download the app, register in minutes, transfer funds with no minimums, buy and sell stocks commission-free in real-time, and track your returns with relevant information.

Hapi is backed by Y Combinator, Silicon Valley's leading accelerator, and top-tier institutions such as AAF, Portage, and Moore Capital.

Security and Regulation:

Hapi Securities LLC is an SEC registered broker-dealer, a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) (CRD number 311868), and Securities Investor Protection Corporation (“SIPC”), which protects securities of its members customers for up to US$ 500,000 (including US$ 250,000 in cash). When you trade on Hapi, you are trading on the US stock market and your securities are held in the US.

Hapi is a company incorporated and operated in the United States of America. It is the client's responsibility to ascertain the legal requirements that the current legal framework applicable in its country of residence establishes about the services provided by Hapi, as well as to ascertain whether the current legal framework applicable in its country of residence allows using the services provided by Hapi. This is not an offer, solicitation of an offer, or advice to buy or sell securities, or open a brokerage account in any jurisdiction where Hapi is not registered, or Hapi’s operations contravene local laws.

Cryptocurrency execution and custody services are provided by Bakkt Crypto Solutions LLC through a software licensing agreement between Bakkt Crypto Solutions LLC and Hapi Crypto LLC. Cryptocurrency trading is offered through an account with Bakkt Crypto. Bakkt Crypto is not a registered broker-dealer or FINRA member and your cryptocurrency holdings are not FDIC or SIPC insured.

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