Min. Investment: $100
What is Revenue-based equity?
In revenue-based equity investing, the investor buys equity in the company, but the company repurchases a portion of that equity using a percentage of "top-line" revenues, returning a multiple on what they buy back (2x, for example).
The goal would be to provide a return on the equity bought back at the 2x multiple, while leaving some equity with the investors for any future upside.
Investing carries general risks, such as losing all the money you invest. Some key risks will be listed below. Additional general and project-specific risks may be detailed here if the Regulation Crowdfunding securities offering goes live.
You can learn more about the risks of investing through Vicinity here.
This is not currently a live securities offering.