The company surpassed its $1.2 bln goal-already ambitious-and may seek to raise even more money in the future, the document shows.
The minimum amount of any outside investor was one million dollars, indicating that the investors are probably mostly wealthy individuals or institutions.
The company is using the Simple Agreement for Futures Tokens (SAFT) as a legal structure for the offering.
The investors invest in SAFT, which is a security, and gets the tokens as functional products when they are developed. The investors could then resell the tokens.
Since the tokens are technically products with a function, SAFT’s designers hope that the structure can prevent the issuing company from violating US securities law.
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