Why Can't I Invest in Shares now?
Why can’t I invest in Shares now?
Exodus is working to enable investing and trading for all investors from approved jurisdictions* and anticipates having solutions during the second quarter of 2021. To purchase and then trade (if desired) Exodus, investors will need to KYC with our transfer agent Securitize. Please know that your Securitize IDs will be essential to the future availability of Exodus shares.
Investors located internationally or in Blue Sky states (Arizona, Texas, Florida) will not be able to invest in Exodus common stock through the planned Reg A offering. However, we are exploring partnerships that would potentially make Exodus common stock available in these jurisdictions. As noted in the offering circular,
- We intend to directly list our Class A common stock on the MERJ Exchange, on which trading would be limited to non-U.S. persons located outside of the U.S. and
- We intend to make our Class A common stock available for trading on several alternative trading systems (ATS), including the tZERO ATS in the second quarter of 2021 and the Securitize ATS in the third quarter of 2021.
We'll keep you updated.
* Please note Exodus has implemented sanctions compliance procedures reasonably designed to ensure compliance with U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions regulations. Additionally, we cannot provide any assurance that we will be successful in making our Class A common stock available to trade on any ATS. We do not intend to separately apply for the listing of our Class A common stock on any U.S. securities exchange. We will not offer or sell our Class A common stock within Arizona, Florida or Texas, or to any resident of those states. For more information on our risks, please see our disclosures and those risks listed in our Form 1-A filed with the SEC on February 26, 2021.
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