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Simple Agreement For Future Equity (Safe) – OjaExpress for Business

Simple Agreement For Future Equity (Safe)

At Dorm Room Fund, we invest with unsused SAFS without discount, but with an MFN clause. This means that if the SAFE is converted into equity, the founders end up having more of the company than if there was a cap or discount. If new investors buy shares for $1.00, it`s also the Dorm Room Fund. A general misunderstanding is that SAFEs are standardized. Although YCombinator, the seed accelerator that created SAFEs, publishes standardized versions of the agreements on its site, these documents can and are modified by issuers. If a company generates enough capital not to need additional equity funding cycles, the amount invested under SAFE can never be converted into equity. The exact conditions of a SAFE vary. In this way, the SAFE investor is insequential in the upward trend of the company between the date of signature of the SAFE (and the financing provided) and the trigger. The startup (or any other company) and the investor enter into an agreement. They negotiate things like: SAFs are instruments that function as an arrest warrant. In exchange for capital, LES SAFEs recalls the agreement concluded with the investor according to which, during a subsequent financing round, a change of control of the company or the IPO of a company, the amount of the SAFE investment will be converted into equity of the company. Although they are similar in function, they differ from convertible bonds in that the amount invested under a SAFE is not a debt that represents interest or requires a monthly payment, does not yet have a maturity date.. .

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