Exodus shares FAQ

Please note: EXIT tokens trade on tZERO and other regulated markets under the ticker EXOD.

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When did Exodus go public?

Exodus closed its Reg A+ public offering, on May 5, 2021. The company issued 2,733,229 shares of its Class A common stock and raised approximately $75 million in gross proceeds (the maximum amount qualified under the company’s offering circular). We have chosen to use the Algorand blockchain to issue tokens with the EXIT symbol (“EXIT tokens”). EXIT tokens are not shares of Class A common stock; rather, they are digital representations on the Algorand blockchain of the number of shares purchased and held by a stockholder. EXIT tokens will be sent by Securitize, the transfer agent for your shares, directly to your Exodus wallet.


Why might I be interested in being part of Exodus’s growth?

Exodus enables consumers to manage many forms of cryptocurrency in a non-custodial interface. With cryptocurrency reaching all-time highs, we are taking action to accelerate our growth. Exodus is already performing well. Going forward, we plan to invest even more in the expansion of our platform, including on product, security, and customer service teams, while accelerating growth by significantly increasing our marketing efforts to attract additional users to our platform. We are excited about our future.


Can I buy or trade shares of Exodus’s Class A common stock right now?

Yes! Secondary trading on tZERO became available on September 14, 2021.


What is the difference between a share and a token?

EXIT tokens are digital representations of Exodus shares. Thus they are two ways of referring to the same thing. 


When will the EXIT tokens I purchased be distributed?

Trading EXIT tokens is available on tZERO as of September 14, 2021. 


Will EXIT tokens behave more like stocks or crypto?

EXIT tokens are a digital representation of Exodus’s Class A Common Stock.


What is Securitize?

Securitize, a Delaware corporation, is our transfer agent registered with the SEC. More information about Securitize can be found here.


Why do I need to engage in KYC to participate?

We are required to have a transfer agent and they are required to have KYC.


How do I delete my KYC?

The fastest way to make a request to delete your KYC is via the Securitize widget. To use, please:

  • Head to the http://id.securitize.io/ website
  • Open the widget on the bottom right-hand corner
  • Fill in your details
  • Choose Exodus as Company/ Issuer Name
  • Choose Account Deletion under Type of Issue 

Where will the shares trade?

Trading became available in tZERO on September 14, 2021.


I am located internationally. Can I buy?

Yes, Exodus shares will be available to buy in eligible jurisdictions outside of the USA via tZERO. Trading became available in tZERO on September 14, 2021.

To learn more, please visit: How to buy Exodus shares.


I am located in Arizona, Texas or Florida or outside of the United States. Can I buy?

Yes, Exodus shares will be available to buy in all 50 states via tZERO. Trading became available in tZERO on September 14, 2021.

To learn more, please visit: How to buy Exodus shares.


How do I change my address on my Investment Agreement?

Changes of address need to be processed by the Transfer Agent Securitize. There are two methods. You can email Investor Support [email protected]; however,  the support widget through the app may be faster at https://id.securitize.io/#/login


How does Exodus make money?

We derive our revenues from API integration fees that we charge to third parties who develop applications that our customers can access from the Exodus Wallet through an API.


How can I learn more about the company and your business model?

Exodus is the maker of the Exodus Wallet, which provides an easy-to-use interface that enables our customers to manage their crypto assets on their desktop computers and mobile phones or transfer their assets to physical storage devices such as Trezor for added security.

The Exodus Wallet is non-custodial, meaning that our customers’ private keys are encrypted locally on their own devices and Exodus can never access or take control of our customers’ funds. We derive our revenues from API fees that we charge to third parties who develop applications that our customers can access from the Exodus Wallet through an API.

Our desktop platform was first released in December 2015 to address an underserved market opportunity by allowing customers to access advanced wallet technology on the desktop. Since the creation of the Exodus Wallet, we estimate that approximately 1.25 million customers have funded wallets across our desktop and mobile platforms.

You can learn more about our company and its products by reviewing our Reg A+ offering circular that we have publicly filed with the SEC here, this presentation, or by going to our website here or our YouTube channel.


Where can I find your financial statements?

You can learn more about our company and its products by reviewing our Reg A+ offering circular that we have publicly filed with the SEC here, this presentation, or by going to our website here to listen to the replay of our March 12, 2021 webcast or our YouTube channel.


Bitcoin is going gangbusters. What happens to you when Bitcoin drops?

The Exodus Wallet enables our customers to manage multiple crypto assets on their desktop computers and mobile phones or transfer their assets to physical storage devices such as Trezor for added security. 


How do I trade my shares?

Trading became available in tZERO on September 14, 2021. 

To learn more, please visit: Enter the EXIT.


What is your privacy policy? What is Securitize’s privacy policy?

Here are the privacy policies for Exodus and Securitize.


What happens if I already have a tZERO account?

Exodus shares became available to trade in tZERO on September 14, 2021. If you have a tZERO account with the same email as your SecuritizeID, you will be ready to set up your tZERO account to trade.

If your tZERO account was made with a different email address than the one you provided to Securitize, you may need to create another tZERO account through Exodus, using the same email you provided to Securitize.


Will I have to transfer my Exodus shares to tZERO?

Yes, you will need to send your Exodus shares to tZERO.


Have you chosen your blockchain? Which one?

We have chosen to use the Algorand blockchain. You can read more here.


Why did you use Algorand?

Exodus common stock tokens (EXIT) will be released on Algorand. 

While Algorand is certainly not the only blockchain that we could have used, we found it to be the one that best aligned with our goals at this time. 

If you have already invested in EXIT, you can claim these tokens directly inside your Exodus wallet.


How many shares are outstanding?

As stated in the offering circular that was included as part of the offering statement qualified by the SEC on April 8, 2021, on December 31, 2020, Exodus had 20,012 Class B shares outstanding. Upon the closing of Exodus’s offering of shares of Class A common stock on 5th May 2021, Exodus issued 2,733,229 shares of Class A common stocks.


What is the current valuation of the company?

For information regarding the valuation of Exodus, please see the investor presentation on slide 32. In addition, you can learn more about our company and its products by reviewing our Reg A+ offering circular that we have publicly filed with the SEC here, our 3/12/21 webcast replay, or by going to our website here or our YouTube channel.


Can I sell Exodus shares back to Exodus?

No.


Can I resell my shares to another shareholder?

  • We currently intend to make our Class A common stock available for trading on several alternative trading systems (ATS), including the tZERO. This will facilitate and be the easiest way to sell shares. We'll keep you updated via press releases, social media, and splash pages in the Wallet. 
  • That said, you may resell your shares to other individuals, subject to securities laws. Sales not made on the tZERO platform must be processed by Securitize, our transfer agent.

Why am I seeing "Exodus Shares Unavailable"?

If you are seeing this message, it is likely because you are not running the most up-to-date version of Exodus. Make sure you have updated your wallet to the latest version.

If you are still unable to access the Shares Application, it is likely due to essential maintenance which required that we take the App offline temporarily. Rest assured the Shares App will return soon, better, faster, and stronger!


Why can’t I find the link to set up my tZERO account?

If you don’t have EXIT tokens and have not yet created a tZERO account, then you can find out how to set up your tZERO account here.

If you already have claimed your EXIT tokens, and can see them in your wallet, but have not yet created a tZERO account, then you can find out how to set up your tZERO account here.

If there is no option to set up your tZERO account, it is possible that you do not meet the requirements to trade on tZERO.

Trading on tZERO is currently supported for the following entity types, in addition to individuals:

  • LLCs

Trading on tZERO is currently supported in the US and these international jurisdictions.


Where can I find more information about Securitize?

Securitize is a Delaware corporation that is registered as a transfer agent with the SEC. More information about Securitize can be found here.


How does Exodus comply with OFAC sanctions requirements?

Exodus does not permit its services to be used by people or entities located in sanctioned countries or who are on the OFAC lists or other applicable restricted party lists. Exodus is committed to complying fully with all applicable laws and regulations related to export controls and trade sanctions. Exodus has appointed a Sanctions Compliance Officer, who oversees the sanctions compliance program. Exodus has implemented geo-IP blocking technology to block downloads of the Exodus Wallet from the exodus.com website by IP addresses associated with sanctioned countries, including Iran, Cuba, and North Korea and the Crimea region of Ukraine. Exodus screens its employees, independent contractors, and other third-party business partners against the OFAC Lists and other applicable restricted party lists. Support service representatives are prohibited from engaging in any communications with individuals or entities determined to be potentially identified on a sanctions list maintained by OFAC.


How can I ask more questions?

Questions? Need more assistance? Send us emails - we promise quick human help!


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