Since Dcorp is a VC platform first and foremost, it would make sense to form some type of partnership with one or more of the larger, more traditional VC firms. Traditional VC firms and their existing startups will be tapping into the ICO market for additional funding, especially after it becomes more regulated and better understood. If a traditional VC firm wants to raise funds for one of it's existing startups or the existing startup wants to incorporate blockchain into its existing project, Dcorp could be the gateway to that market.
Investing in a new startup is very risky. By targeting a startup that's already received funding and is further along in it's development phase, we are eliminating some of the risks associated with new startups in general. This also gives Dcorp access to projects that would otherwise be too large for Dcorp to handle the funding alone.