We, at Exodus, are thrilled to be among the trailblazers creating a new way to invest. Our approach combines a Reg. A offering, crypto payment and common stock digitally represented by EXIT tokens; please note each EXIT token represents one share of our common stock.
Those who keep their digital assets in a crypto wallet can likewise store EXIT tokens in the same convenient but safe digital state, protected by the wallet’s security mechanisms and the immutability of the blockchain.
What excites us even more than the convenience and practicality of the EXIT tokens is what this Reg. A offering represents. Investment opportunities have long been accessible primarily to accredited investors, those who are already very wealthy and have vast portfolios. What we opted for is something altogether more democratic. Now anyone can own equity (there are some restrictions, but in principle it’s open to anyone, accredited or otherwise).
The Reg. A offering is designed for us to raise capital (we can sell up to $75 million in shares) to help grow our company, but also to let you, our customers, own a stake in the enterprise you’re already using. That’s right, you have the opportunity to purchase equity in Exodus. That way, when we succeed, you do, too.
It’s a win-win.
As Exodus COO Sebastian Milla Goni said, “This is a compliant, transparent public offering by a profitable company with a working product. What better way to encourage product loyalty than by letting our customers own part of our business? There have been other Reg. A offerings, but this is the first offering of common stock that also has a digital representation by a token on a blockchain.” Exodus CEO JP Richardson added, “While raising money through a Series A is an easy option, we decided to pursue a more inclusive route that enables anybody to invest directly in Exodus.”
Cryptocurrency is all about democratizing the economy and using technology to do this better. This is the next step forward.
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