Depending on the number of SAFT holders in each series that accept the Offer, there will be a slower and more extended release of hbars under the SAFTs, particularly in the early months. When Hedera begins selling coins from Treasury, those sales will result in the subsequent release – offset by a few months – of an additional ten percent (10%) (on top of the hbars that are released through the Treasury sale) to the participating SAFT holders. Accordingly, there should be an initial slowing of the coin release during the early phase of adoption, with an incrementally faster release as demand for coins from Treasury increases. However, the extent of the effect is impossible to predict as it depends on the number of SAFT holders that accept the Offer from each series, their Initial Purchase Amounts, and the timing and amount of Hedera’s coin sales,
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- How many bonus allocation hbars have been distributed to those who accepted the proposed SAFT Exchange offer?
- Where can I find the SAFT Exchange Offer documents?
- How much revenue does Hedera currently generate?
- How does Hedera allocate hbars to its employees, vendors, advisors and other service providers?
- How is Hedera management compensated?
- What factors could cause Hedera to change its strategy regarding the number of released hbars?
- How is the Offer expected to impact the current hbar release schedules?
- What is the status of Hedera’s hbar release schedules prior to making this SAFT Exchange Offer?
- Does Hedera intend to raise more funds from hbar sales? If so, how?
- What is the current allocation of hbar ownership?