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The prospective investor acknowledges that the investor is purchasing or considering purchasing the digital assets offered hereunder of the investor’s own accord and understands all statements made by Crypto Asset Rating, Inc. (the “Company”) in this document are forward looking and subject to change and cannot be construed as any type of guarantee. Statements made by anyone or any entity referring the prospective investor to this offering do not necessarily reflect the Company’s position and are solely that person’s or entity’s statements, regardless of whether that person or entity is directly authorized to market the sale of the Company’s digital assets. Any individual or entity specifically authorized by the Company to market this offering, whether in exchange for any form of compensation or not, is an independent contractor and, as such, is not an employee or officer of the Company and does not formally or legally represent the Company’s positions as they relate to this offering. The Company’s formal representations as it relates to this offering are only found within this document.
An investment in the Tokens is suitable only for investors who have the knowledge and experience to independently evaluate the Tokens, the Company and our business and prospects.
The regulatory status of digital assets, tokens, cryptocurrencies and distributed ledger technology (the previous categories herein defined as “digital assets”) and the sale, re-sale or private placement of these is unclear or unsettled in many jurisdictions. The prospective investor should consult with their own legal counsel for a final determination on whether this offering falls into a regulated category once they have decided to participate in this offering. The prospective investor has the responsibility for making a determination in their reasonable judgment as to whether these digital assets are considered regulated instruments or the sale, re-sale or private placement of these digital assets are considered regulated transactions that require special legal or regulatory approvals or are subject to registration, approval, licensing or similar requirements within the prospective investor’s applicable jurisdictions. Additionally, the prospective investor is responsible for determining the his or her own reasonable judgment for whether the investor is allowed to purchase these digital assets within the applicable laws and regulations in the jurisdictions the investor is subject to. It is the responsibility of the prospective investor to determine if any legal requirements or suitability requirements need to be met on the investor’s part or licenses, registrations, or approvals with regulatory bodies are needed for the investors to purchase the digital assets in their applicable jurisdictions.
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Security is precisely a financial asset or instrument with a value that can be purchased, sold, or traded. It represents a capital ownership stake in a publicly traded company. Security is determined by the country in which the assets are traded. In the United States, the exchange of securities is regulated by the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission), a regulatory agency of the U.S. government. Examples: Stocks, bonds, mutual funds, preferred shares, and ETF (Exchange-Traded Fund).
Common stock is a security that symbolizes ownership in an organization. The common stockholders possess the rights to claim a share in a company's profits with a control on it by participating in the elections of the board of directors along with voting, important corporate policies. The common stock owners can profit from the capital appreciation of the securities.
Digital Securities are digital depictions of financial securities using Blockchain technology. Digital securities comprise stocks, bonds, funds, and other assets. The ownership and investment contracts are documented and verified in a blockchain network utilizing distributed ledger technology (DLT). Being part of a decentralized network, they are still secured by conventional security laws and regulations.
What is Tokenization Asset Platform (TAP)
Tokenization Asset Platform aims to tokenize various assets such as Equity, Bond, Real Estate, Funds with compliance and tokenization in a legally compliant way using smart contracts on blockchain technology. TAP provides a Software as a Service, allowing for creation and issuance, transfer, and management of digital securities (tokens) in a compliant way on Blockchain for various regulations with automating Investor Verifications (KYC, AML/CTF).
What is Real Estate Tokenization Marketplace
Crypto Asset Rating offers Real Estate Tokenization Asset Platform (RETAP) as a marketplace for the real estate professionals to tokenize commercial real estate properties. Worldwide investors can buy into the US real estate market through a fully compliant blockchain-based Real Estate Tokenization Asset Platform (RETAP) following all the regulations and laws in a compliant way.
What is real estate tokenization:
Real estate tokenization provides a platform for real estate owners to digitize their properties and transfer ownership to tokens in a completely safe and compliant way in accordance with all rules and laws. The platform secures all procedures and makes them accessible to both investors and property owners.
What is Fund Tokenization:
A tokenized fund, also known as a digital fund, is one in which the funds or a feeder fund for its shares or units are digitally represented and may be traded and recorded on a distributed ledger. A tokenized fund replicates the operation of a traditional fund by using code to substitute shares or units with tokens.
Email Marketing Tool:
The Email Marketing tool allows clients to access investor lists to send promotional emails to construct a robust relationship that allows professional and business-oriented communication for sending marketing messages to prospects and consumers. This gives ready access to clients for a wider range of investors with a bulky number of thousands of messages at an ease.
What is NFT Marketplace:
NFTs can be traded with other NFTs or sold/bought through the decentralized marketplace. Art, movies, images, and even memes can be bought or purchased on the market using cryptocurrency. This marketplace is also used to maintain, display, or demonstrate trade, as well as to manufacture NFT tokens or any other digital assets.
Who is an Issuer:
An issuer is a customer or client of Tokenization Asset Platform who wants to issue the Digital Securities in the form of tokens to their investors for raising capital. The issuer is a legal organization that is registered according to local laws and interested in raising capital. Issuers are legally accountable for the issuer's obligations as well as reporting financial conditions, material developments, and any other operational actions required by their jurisdiction's rules.
What is Vesting:
Vesting is a legal word that refers to the point in time when someone earns or gains ownership. For vesting in employee compensation refers to shares held by an employee that were issued either through employee stock options (ESOs) or restricted stock units (RSUs) but have yet to be earned. However, the stock must often vest first, which means an employer must typically work for the company for a period to become an owner. Firms usually use vesting to encourage employees to stay with them for a longer period.
What is the composite index?
A composite index is a statistical instrument that combines numerous separate shares, securities, or indexes to provide an overall market or sector performance representation. The purpose of composite indexes is to undertake investment analysis, assess economic trends, and anticipate market activity. They are also used to track the price fluctuations of securities concerning an entire stock market or sector.
What is Regulation D 506 C:
Regulation D 506 C allows issuers to advertise and widely acquire an offering as long as, all purchasers in the offering are accredited investors, the issuer takes reasonable steps to verify purchasers’ accredited investor status and under this Rule, the SEC must receive both notification and the Offering documents (in the form of an Advanced Form D Filing) at least 15 days prior to the start of the solicitation (a Form D Filing). The Issuer's access to the Regulation D market could be suspended for a year if not all filings are made by the deadlines specified.
The Accredited Investor definition includes high net worth individuals whose income exceeds either $200,000/year (for single persons) or $300,000/year (for married Crypto Asset Rating Inc. | https://www.CryptoAssetRating.com | Info@CryptoAssetRating.com couples) or a net worth exceeding $1,000,000 (excluding the value of their principal residence)
What is Regulation D 506 B:
Under Regulation D 506 B the company is not permitted to market the securities through general solicitation or advertising.
The company may sell its securities to an unlimited number of "accredited investors" and up to 35 other purchasers. All non-accredited investors, either alone or with a purchaser representative, must be sophisticated—that is, they must have sufficient knowledge and experience in financial and business matters to make them capable of evaluating the merits and risks of the prospective investment.
What is Rule 144:
Rule 144 provides an exemption and permits the public resale of restricted or controlled securities if several conditions are met, including how long the securities are held, how they are sold, and the amount that can be sold at any one time. But even if you’ve met the conditions of the rule, you can’t sell your restricted securities to the public until you’ve gotten a transfer agent to remove the legend.
What is Regulation S:
Regulation S requires that the investment offer and sale must be made to investors that are outside the U.S., and U.S. investors must not be shown the non-U.S. investor terms. There is no required S.E.C. registration for Reg S offerings, but methods and good practices must be followed. An attorney that writes a Private Placement Memorandum (P.P.M.) and Subscription Agreement for offering - this describes the investment in legal and financial terms.
What is Regulation A+ Tier 1:
Under Tier 1, a company can raise up to $20 million in any 12 months. The offering circular must be filed with, and is subject to review and qualification by, the staff at the SEC and is generally subject to review and qualification by the securities regulator in the states where the offering is being conducted. The financial statements disclosed in a Tier 1 offering do not have to be audited.
What is Regulation A+ Tier 2:
Under Tier 2, a company can offer up to $75 million in any 12 months. The offering circular is subject to review and qualification by the staff at the SEC but is not subject to review or qualification by state securities regulators. Financial statements disclosed in a Tier 2 offering must be audited by an independent accountant.
What is the Primary Issuance Platform:
Securities are created in the primary issuance platform. Tokenization Asset Platform is the primary issuance platform for issuers. Firms first offer their new stocks and bonds to the public on this market. To raise money for operational expansion or company upgrades, corporations and governmental bodies offer fresh issues of common and preferred stock, corporate and governmental bonds, notes, and bills on the open market. There are tight regulations that apply to all concerns. Before offering securities for sale to investors, companies must submit paperwork to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and other securities regulatory bodies for approval.
What is a Secondary Platform?
The secondary platform is the financial market where securities like stock, bonds, options, and futures that have already been issued are bought and sold. The original issuers of the securities do not get involved in trading them when they are exchanged on this platform. Even the asset prices are determined by how well they perform in the market and are in no way influenced by the name of the issuing firm.
What is Private Equity:
Private equity (PE) is a group of investment firms that make investments in or buy private companies that are not publicly traded. Private equity is a different type of private financing that takes place outside of the public markets and involves funds and investors directly investing in businesses or buying them out.
What is Real Estate Fund:
Real Estate Funds are sector funds that invest in the securities of real estate-related companies. It is a fund that provides capital and investment to real estate companies for the development of properties. A real estate fund may own individual commercial properties or invest in a range of assets. A real estate fund can also invest in real estate investment trusts (REIT).
What are Restricted Securities:
Restricted securities have restrictions on when they can be sold or transferred after they are issued. Securities acquired in an unregistered, private sale from the issuing company (issuer) or an affiliate of the issuer are referred to as "restricted." They typically bear a "restrictive" legend stating explicitly that you may not resell them in the open market unless the sale is exempt from the SEC's registration requirements.
What is Cap Table:
A Cap table is a Capitalization Table. A cap table lists all of a company's instruments, including common and preferred stock, options, SAFEs, convertible notes, and warrants. It also indicates how much each investor holds of each investment kind, the value of their stakes, and their current ownership percentage. A cap table also includes various legal papers, such as stock issuances, transfers, cancellations, debt-to-equity conversions, and other paperwork.
What is MetaMask:
MetaMask is a free cryptocurrency wallet that can be linked to almost any Ethereumbased platform. Users can use MetaMask to store and manage account keys, broadcast transactions, transfer and receive Ethereum-based coins and tokens, and securely connect to decentralized applications using a suitable web browser or the built-in browser of the mobile app.
What is Gas Price:
The charge, or pricing value, required to successfully conduct a transaction or execute a contract on the Ethereum blockchain platform is referred to as gas price. The gas price is the amount of ETH (in a tiny unit called gwei) that must be paid to miners for processing network transactions. The gas is used to allocate Ethereum virtual machine (EVM) resources so that decentralized applications like smart contracts may self-execute in a safe but decentralized manner. The actual price of the gas is established by the network's miners, who can refuse to execute a transaction if the gas price does not match their threshold, and network users seeking processing power