What Is a Token Warrant? A Fundraising Guide for Web3 Startups
Token warrants are an increasingly popular fundraising tool among web3 startups. Learn about how they work and where they fit into your startup’s cap table.
What Is a Convertible Note?
Convertible notes are short-term debt instruments oftentimes used in seed financing and venture capital. Learn more and see if they make sense for you.
Pre-Money SAFE vs. Post-Money SAFE: What’s the Difference?
Pre-money SAFEs and post-money SAFEs let investors give money to a startup for the right to future equity. But they are different in key ways. Learn more.
Startup Funding Rounds: What to Know From Seed to IPO
A funding round is an event in which investors give a startup money that enables it to continue growing. Learn the A-B-Cs in our guide for founders.
What Is a SAFT? A Fundraising Guide for Web3 Startups
Based on the SAFE, a SAFT is an equity mechanism used to convey rights in tokens prior to the completion of the tokens’ network. Read on to learn more.
Pro Rata Rights: What Startup Founders Need To Know
Pro rata rights entitle existing investors to keep their initial ownership percentage in subsequent rounds of financing. Here’s why they matter.
What Is a Seed Investment Round?
A seed investment round marks the first time a startup raises significant money from outside investors. Here’s what every startup founder should know.
What Is Contributed Capital?
Contributed capital is the total amount of money and assets shareholders have invested in a company. Here’s where to find it in your balance sheet.
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