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By Kai

Erster Tag offiziell online - Ein Resümee

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Wir dachten, es wäre eine Erwähnung wert, dass bereits am ersten offiziellen Tag die Hälfte der Anteile, die wir der Crowd reserviert haben, vergeben wurde. 12.365 Euro waren gestern Abend schon zusammengekommen.

Halbzeit. Bergfest. Freudenrausch!

Generell gilt für alle von uns präsentierten Startups, dass sowohl eine Untergrenze (100% finanziert) als auch eine Obergrenze (in unserem Fall wären das 200%, im Falle Doxter z.B. sogar 400%) für die Finanzierung angegeben wird. Wird die Untergrenze innerhalb des Fundingszeitraums (läuft zunächst 60 Tage) nicht erreicht, ist die Finanzierung nicht zustande gekommen und die Companisten bekommen ihr Geld zurück.

In unserem Fall liegt die Untergrenze bei 25.000 Euro. Nennen wir diese Phase "Pflicht".  Bei entsprechender Nachfrage geben wir jedoch insgesamt Anteile im Wert von 50.000 Euro aus. Nennen wir diese Phase "Kür".

Wir hoffen, dass es Euch Spaß macht mit uns und bedanken uns herzlich bei allen Companisten für das in uns gesetzte Vertrauen!

An dieser Stelle findet Ihr zukünftig alle wichtigen News bezüglich Companisto selbst. Stay tuned!



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