Enabling overlooked Creators + underserved Fans in the Creator Economy



  • Technical, capital-efficient, black founders—bootstrapped until 2021
  • Nearly $2M in gross sales since launch
  • 450K registered users, ~8M unique visitors since launch
  • Focus on overlooked Creators: Black hair & beauty, athletes, comedians
  • TipPools = Evolution of the Creator Economy | "Fans Crowdfund for Content"


The creator economy is overlooking diverse Creators of colorEdit


The creator economy has overlooked valuable and influential segments of the marketplace (particularly Black and Brown Creators) who drive culture on social media & over-index from a usage perspective. These Creators are taken for granted by incumbent platforms which are slow to activate subscription monetization and often do not offer ad revenue splits.

Fans are treated as an afterthoughtEdit


Creators dictate the price, duration, and the frequency of their content. Fans are 'left in the comments & DMs' with a "take it or leave it" deal. Fans have no leverage. Imagine if fans could collectively come together and request content they actually wanted! #PowerToTheFans


#BlackOwned platform that promises Equity to Creators and Fans alike

TipSnaps' mission is to be the platform of choice for culture-driving creators, with a particular focus for creators of color, a historically underserved segment of the market.

1. Service overlooked niches with a focused experienceEdit


2. Enable Fans to collectively have a voice by crowdfunding for content #PowerToTheFansEdit



Creators & Fans first

Promoting Creators of color who are overlooked by incumbent platforms | Empowering Fans to request the content they ACTUALLY want!

TipSnaps - Product FeaturesEdit




  • Monthly Subscriptions
  • Weekly Payouts to Creators
  • Profile Customization
  • Tipping /Paid Private Messages / Live Streaming
  • Crowdfunding for Content
  • Monthly upload guarantee for Fans
  • Global Payments Stack / KYC / Fraud Prevention

TipPools - How it works?Edit

Trailblazing a 'new category' within the Creator Economy. Think Change.org or GoFundMe—for social media & the Creator Economy! Gives fans the power to rally together for content they actually want to see.


  • High virality component, fueled by trending and culture-shifting topics and content. Platform switching opportunity from incumbent platforms.
  • Low fan risk. No credit card transaction unless the creator accepts the offer! Only contributors get to see the content if fulfilled.


Not a theory, we have traction


Early Traction                      Edit

  • Launched in 2017 | Creator Economy Pioneers
  • Capital-Efficient: 100% bootstrapped until Jan 2021
    • Developed, Launched, Go-to-Market in 2017 - organically grew to 300k+ Registered users with ZERO FUNDING. Fully bootstrapped.                      

2021 Traction                      Edit

  • 663k Unique Visitors to site in 2021
  • 2M+ Pageviews
  • 25k Registered Users in 2021
  • ~4k Registered Creators in 2021
  • $172k in Gross Marketplace Volume 2021

In 2020, TipSnaps recognized massive inequities within the Creator Economy where content Creators of Color were being undervalued and mistreated on social media platforms. Thus, we decided to pivot our focus to highlight content Creators of Color and ensure that they had a platform that valued and supported their creativity.

Utilizing growth hacks, direct outreach, and our creator ambassadorship program, TipSnaps has helped Creators of Color truly recognize the value of direct monetization.  Using our subscription-based model, creators have successfully optimized their monthly revenue streams. Our revenue over the last 6 months has remained steady, as we continue to onboard many diverse creators, all while creators become less reliant on brand deals and begin to fully utilize the direct monetization.


We are positioned to experience exponential growth, as we expect a massive network effect within our target niches. Since these are untapped markets, when 10-20 large creators within the niche adopt TipSnaps, the adoption will rapidly and broadly spread amongst the niche. The Revenue forecasts visualized below demonstrates this growth as we continue to onboard diverse creators who have yet to begin directly monetizing their content.  Conservatively estimating $1,200/year per creator, we expect to see substantial year-over-year growth.


As an additional revenue opportunity for the company; TipPools is a completely untapped market with massive growth potential and we anticipate full adoption of this concept across all content niches by 2025. We conservatively project 100 TipPools to be converted and executed by the end of 2022 and we are forecasting that over the next 3 years TipPools will gain broad adoption across all online fan communities.  We estimate very conservatively that there will be 25K TipPools in the calendar year 2025, with a conservative TipPool value of $3,000. You can imagine TipPools for large celebrities which run into the hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars.



The case for direct monetization for CreatorsEdit

Opportunity: Every creator niche needs a HOME to directly monetize! Green open fields of untapped niches!



Fans yearn to Crowdfund for contentEdit

but do not know it yet...

Crowdfunding has penetrated almost every area of the internet, except for social media content.  The Creator Economy is the next breakthrough sector for crowdfunding.  Every fan community can and will leverage TipPools to pool money together and offer it to their favorite creator in exchange for content they actually want to see!  And it's ALL Fan-Initiated!  The Fans do not need the permission of a creator to start a TipPool and there are zero-risks, as NO credit cards are charged unless the creator accepts the TipPool challenge!  

Fans now have input on the content THEY want to see - This is REVOLUTIONARY!


Business modelEdit


“With the internet and YouTube, there’s always the concern of being demonetized and having your channel canceled, so people are always looking for alternative ways to earn money,” YouTuber Joshua Wanders said in an interview with New York Times. “You never know where the platforms are going to take you at the end of the day.” Dd63650830e36dd8d3d72aa72ed16e405f37dd52.png


$15B+ TAM



Mainstream, untapped niches of Creators will lean into direct subscription monetization over the next 5 years. Currently Creators simply associate a platform to the action "I do YouTube." "I do Instagram." Soon they will say "I create and sell content for a living". They will favor and be loyal to the platforms that optimally enable them to monetize and best aligns with their personal brands. We will see a shift in Revenue sources for creators to primarily be powered by their Subscription paywalls.


Scraped data on incumbent platforms proves the opportunityEdit

We scraped incumbent platforms via hashtags such as #blackhair #ncaaathlete #blackcomedian and the results were staggering, but expected by us.


Fan Initiated TipPools = $5B Market by 2023Edit

Conservatively estimating that “Crowdfunding for Content” is worth 10% of the volume from Onlyfans + Patreon alone—let alone the broader creator economy.

$10B+ per year by 2023Edit

Considering the broad application of tip pools and fan driven crowdfunding for content; tip pools will span across all social networks and all niches. Natural evolution for the creator economy.


TipSnaps value propositionEdit

  • TipSnaps offers a tighter focus, greater customization, and a better rate for Creators to set up a subscription business.
  • TipSnaps offers the first Fan feedback loop through TipPools for Fans to crowdfund for content!


Vision and strategyEdit

Use of fundsEdit

Focusing on  capturing untapped niches and TipPool adoption


Our primary objective is community growth. We have 3 amazing Gen Z growth managers we're ready to hire to help us drive growth in building community and capturing the niches we care about. The platform is LIVE and scale-ready now!

1-2x Growth Managers to focus on target niches:

  • Black / Natural Hair & Beauty
  • Athletes
  • Instagram Comedians

Q2 '22Edit

Laser focus on driving adoption of TipPools within valuable Fandom/communities.

  • TikTok fashion & beauty fans
  • TikTok comedian fans
  • Instagram models fans
  • Instagram & TikTok NCAA athletes fans
  • Mega celebs/TMZ style fans


Focus on strategic partnerships, Creator Education and “White Glove” Creator support.

Target key strategic partnerships:

  • Black/Natural beauty brand
  • Comedy brand partnership
  • NCAA Collegiate Program Partnership

Q4 '22Edit

Key feature rollouts:

  • Domain Registrar - Enable Creator Domain Registration within App
  • Creator Monthly Asset Upload Minimums
  • Brand Affiliate program
  • NFTs -

Live Events & Partnerships:

  • "TipSnaps: For the Culture” Creator Conferences —NYC/LA/ATL/Houston
  • TipSnaps Producer Program (linking up Creators with local Videographers/Photographers)
  • Creator Meet & Greets (Facilitating Fan Meet & Greets in major metros within the US)




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Lyonel Dougé


University of Pittsburgh - BS in Computer Engineering/Science

12+ years experience in enterprise IT/software engineering - with a proven track record of delivering digital products for Fortune 500 companies.

Background. Digital Product Management | Johnson & Johnson,

Managed web platform where 500+ J&J Consumer websites hosted (including listerine.com, johnsonsbaby.com & aveeno.com)

Software Engineer @ Sony Music & ViacomCBS &  NFL

Lyonel personally developed and launched TipSnaps v1 single-handedly while holding a full time Product Manager job @Johnson and Johnson.

Forced to moonlight nights and weekends because of no access to venture capital. Bootstrapped from 2017-2021 without any angel funding.

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Vic Boddie Ph.D.


HBCU Graduate - Hampton University (B.S.) and Howard University - Microbiology (Ph.D.)

FDA - 9+ years | Supervisor - Science, Policy, and Consumer Health Expert

Chairman of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) council at the FDA

Consulted in Business Development & Growth Marketing for several startups prior to joining TipSnaps in 2021 as a Co-Founder

TipSnaps TeamEdit

Lyonel Douge


Vic Boddie, Ph.D.


Aaron Pempel

Advisor - Nike

Darla Vaughn

Advisor - Emerson Collective

Aaron Samuels

Advisor - Co-Founder, Blavity Inc.

Ellis Taliaferro

Architect / Technical Advisor

Artur Edylin


Eduard Sargsyan


Ralph Villanueva

Support Lead


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The Company’s total addressable market may prove to be smaller than it expects.

While the Company believes, based upon internal data, that every small and midsized business and every larger enterprise will need an online video presence to succeed, the number of entities that are willing and able to pay fees for software-based video services may not be as large as it expects. The Company has not conducted research by a third party to validate its data and thesis.

The use of individually identifiable data by our business, our business associates and third parties is regulated at the state, federal and international levels.

The regulation of individual data is changing rapidly, and in unpredictable ways. A change in regulation could adversely affect our business, including causing our business model to no longer be viable. Costs associated with information security – such as investment in technology, the costs of compliance with consumer protection laws and costs resulting from consumer fraud – could cause our business and results of operations to suffer materially. Additionally, the success of our online operations depends upon the secure transmission of confidential information over public networks, including the use of cashless payments. The intentional or negligent actions of employees, business associates or third parties may undermine our security measures. As a result, unauthorized parties may obtain access to our data systems and misappropriate confidential data. There can be no assurance that advances in computer capabilities, new discoveries in the field of cryptography or other developments will prevent the compromise of our customer transaction processing capabilities and personal data. If any such compromise of our security or the security of information residing with our business associates or third parties were to occur, it could have a material adverse effect on our reputation, operating results and financial condition. Any compromise of our data security may materially increase the costs we incur to protect against such breaches and could subject us to additional legal risk.

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We operate in a highly regulated environment, and if we are found to be in violation of any of the federal, state, or local laws or regulations applicable to us, our business could suffer.

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The Company has the right to extend the Offering Deadline.

The Company may extend the Offering Deadline beyond what is currently stated herein. This means that your investment may continue to be held in escrow while the Company attempts to raise the Target Offering Amount even after the Offering Deadline stated herein is reached. While you have the right to cancel your investment in the event the Company extends the Offering Deadline, if you choose to reconfirm your investment, your investment will not be accruing interest during this time and will simply be held until such time as the new Offering Deadline is reached without the Company receiving the Target Offering Amount, at which time it will be returned to you without interest or deduction, or the Company receives the Target Offering Amount, at which time it will be released to the Company to be used as set forth herein. Upon or shortly after the release of such funds to the Company, the Securities will be issued and distributed to you.

The Company’s growth and profitability depend upon a wide variety of factors, some of which are out of the Company’s control.

Whether the Company can grow its revenue and ultimately achieve profitability will depend upon a number of factors including: • The Company’s reputation and brand recognition; • demand for the types of video services the Company offers; • the actual and perceived quality, integrity and value of the video services the Company provides; • The Company’s development and timely deployment of innovative video services that provide value to its users and subscribers; • The Company’s ability to price its video services competitively; • The Company’s ability to acquire new subscribers sustainably, through a combination of organic efforts (continuing to convert a meaningful portion of its free user base into paying subscribers), paid acquisition (marketing), sales efforts (for enterprise) and partnerships; • The Company’s ability to retain and upsell existing subscribers by continuing to provide them with value; • the scalability of the Company’s technology platform; • the quality of the Company’s support and onboarding efforts for users and subscribers; • the growth of the Company’s employee base in a highly competitive market for talent; • The Company’s ability to expand internationally; • The Company’s ability to successfully integrate new businesses that it acquires; • changes in laws that allow the Company to host and distribute large quantities of user and subscriber content; and • domestic and global macroeconomic conditions.

Competition in the Company’s market is intense.

The Company operates in a highly competitive market. It competes with both large social media networks and a variety of niche software providers for business customers. Large social media networks provide their services for free and offer features such as a large built-in audience, social media features and the ability to monetize through advertising. Niche providers include large, well-funded companies and new entrants. Either may be able to provide more compelling features than the Company within their area of focus. In addition, the Company expects that more competitors will emerge given the relatively low barriers to entry for software-based video creation applications, particularly mobile-based applications. New competitors could take the form of start-ups or large, well-funded companies that already operate in markets adjacent to the Company.

The Company may not be able to scale its business effectively.

The Company may not be able to capitalize on the market’s demand for video if it cannot scale its operations. For example, the Company might experience delays in onboarding new customers and responding to increased customer support tickets, and it may not be able to handle increased loads on its servers during peak times. All of these things would result in missed opportunities or user and subscriber frustration that could negatively affect user and subscriber growth and retention.

The success of the Company will depend upon its continued ability to identify, hire, develop, motivate and retain highly skilled individuals worldwide.

In order to build and scale its business, the Company will need to further increase its employee base, particularly in the areas of engineering, product development, sales (domestically and internationally), customer support and shared services. The Company’s ability to attract and retain talent and to fully experience the benefits of that talent depends upon: The Company’s reputation; The Company’s ability to successfully onboard new employees; The Company’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion; and the competitive landscape in the geographic markets for talent in which the Company competes.

The Company’s success depends, in substantial part, on its ability to market, distribute and monetize its products and services through search engines, digital app stores and social media platforms.

The marketing, distribution and monetization of the Company’s products and services depend on its ability to cultivate and maintain cost-effective and otherwise satisfactory relationships with search engines, digital app stores and social media platforms, in particular, those operated by Apple, Google and Facebook. These platforms could decide not to market and distribute some or all of the Company’s products and services, change their terms and conditions of use at any time (and without notice), favor their own products and services over those of the Company and/or significantly increase their fees. While the Company expects to maintain cost-effective and otherwise satisfactory relationships with these platforms, no assurances can be provided that the Company will be able to do so and its inability to do so in the case of one or more of these platforms could have a material adverse effect on the Company’s business, financial condition and results of operations. TOC

The Company’s business involves hosting large quantities of user content.

The Company does not (and cannot undertake to) review all or even a significant portion of the videos uploaded to its platform to ensure that the videos do not violate any law or third-party rights. Some of the videos uploaded to the Company’s platform will invariably violate a third party’s rights or a law, rule or regulation, and if so, the Company could, in turn, face lawsuits, liability and negative publicity for hosting such content.

The Company collects, stores, and processes large amounts of video content and personal information of its users and subscribers.

The Company collects, stores and processes large amounts of video content and personal information of its users and subscribers. The Company also shares such information, where appropriate, with third parties that help it operate its business. Despite the Company’s efforts, it may fail to properly secure its systems and its user and subscriber data. This could be caused by technical issues (bugs), human error or internal or external malfeasance, and could lead to unauthorized disclosure of data, unauthorized changes or data losses. For example, the Company routinely receives reports from security researchers regarding potential vulnerabilities in its applications. The existence of such vulnerabilities, if undetected or detected but not remediated, could result in unauthorized access to the Company systems or the data of the Company users and subscribers. A data breach could expose the Company to regulatory actions and litigation. Depending on the circumstances, the Company may be required to disclose a suspected breach to regulators, affected individuals and/or the public. This could lead to regulatory actions, including the possibility of fines, class-action or traditional litigation by affected individuals, reputational harm, costly investigation and remedial efforts, the triggering of indemnification obligations under data-protection agreements with subscribers, vendors, and partners and/or higher premiums for cyber insurance.

The Company's management may have broad discretion in how the Company uses the net proceeds of the Offering.

Unless the Company has agreed to a specific use of the proceeds from the Offering, the Company’s management will have considerable discretion over the use of proceeds from the Offering. You may not have the opportunity, as part of your investment decision, to assess whether the proceeds are being used appropriately.

Compliance obligations imposed by new privacy laws or industry practices may adversely affect the Comany’s business.

New laws could restrict the Company’s ability to conduct marketing (by, for example, restricting the emailing or targeting users or use certain technologies like artificial intelligence). Similarly, private-market participants may deploy technologies or require certain practices that limit the Company’s ability to obtain or use certain information about its users and subscribers. If these types of changes are implemented, the Company’s ability to determine how its users and subscribers are using its video services and to use targeted advertising in a cost-

The Company may fail to comply with laws regulating subscriptions and free trials.

There are various laws regulating such offers, such as the U.S. Restore Online Shoppers Confidence Act (“ROSCA”) and analogous state-level laws. Non-compliance could result in voided contracts, lost revenue, damages and class action or traditional lawsuits.

Changes in laws or industry practices concerning subscription services may have a negative impact on renewal rates.

New laws or interpretations of existing laws may impose obligations that make it difficult or impossible to implement the automatic renewal of subscription to the Company’s video service. Private entities involved in payment collection and processing may also effectively regulate subscriptions to the Company’s video services. Failure to comply with these rules could result in the Company’s inability to process automatic renewals. Finally, the Company has no control over policy decisions by app platforms regarding automatic renewals. Policy changes by app platforms could adversely impact the Company’s renewal rates for subscription to its video services, and in turn, its business.

State and federal securities laws are complex, and the Company could potentially be found to have not complied with all relevant state and federal securities law in prior offerings of securities. .

The Company has conducted previous offerings of securities and may not have complied with all relevant state and federal securities laws. If a court or regulatory body with the required jurisdiction ever concluded that the Company may have violated state or federal securities laws, any such violation could result in the Company being required to offer rescission rights to investors in such offering. If such investors exercised their rescission rights, the Company would have to pay to such investors an amount of funds equal to the purchase price paid by such investors plus interest from the date of any such purchase. No assurances can be given the Company will, if it is required to offer such investors a rescission right, have sufficient funds to pay the prior investors the amounts required or that proceeds from this Offering would not be used to pay such amounts. In addition, if the Company violated federal or state securities laws in connection with a prior offering and/or sale of its securities, federal or state regulators could bring an enforcement, regulatory and/or other legal action against the Company which, among other things, could result in the Company having to pay substantial fines and be prohibited from selling securities in the future.

The Company could potentially be found to have not complied with securities law in connection with this Offering related to “Testing the Waters.”

Prior to filing this Form C, the Company engaged in “testing the waters” permitted under Regulation Crowdfunding (17 CFR 227.206), which allows issuers to communicate to determine whether there is interest in the offering. All communication sent is deemed to be an offer of securities for purposes of the antifraud provisions of federal securities laws. Any Investor who expressed interest prior to the date of this Offering should read this Form C thoroughly and rely only on the information provided herein and not on any statement made prior to the Offering. The communications sent to Investors prior to the Offering are attached as Exhibit E. Some of these communications may not have included proper disclaimers required for “testing the waters”.

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission does not pass upon the merits of the Securities or the terms of the Offering, nor does it pass upon the accuracy or completeness of any Offering document or literature.

You should not rely on the fact that our Form C is accessible through the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s EDGAR filing system as an approval, endorsement or guarantee of compliance as it relates to this Offering. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has not reviewed this Form C, nor any document or literature related to this Offering.

Neither the Offering nor the Securities have been registered under federal or state securities laws.

No governmental agency has reviewed or passed upon this Offering or the Securities. Neither the Offering nor the Securities have been registered under federal or state securities laws. Investors will not receive any of the benefits available in registered offerings, which may include access to quarterly and annual financial statements that have been audited by an independent accounting firm. Investors must therefore assess the adequacy of disclosure and the fairness of the terms of this Offering based on the information provided in this Form C and the accompanying exhibits.

The Company has the right to conduct multiple closings during the Offering.

If the Company meets certain terms and conditions, an intermediate close of the Offering can occur, which will allow the Company to draw down on seventy percent (70%) of the proceeds committed and captured in the Offering during the relevant period. The Company may choose to continue the Offering thereafter. Investors should be mindful that this means they can make multiple investment commitments in the Offering, which may be subject to different cancellation rights. For example, if an intermediate close occurs and later a material change occurs as the Offering continues, Investors whose investment commitments were previously closed upon will not have the right to re-confirm their investment as it will be deemed to have been completed prior to the material change.

The Securities will not be freely tradable under the Securities Act until one year from the initial purchase date. Although the Securities may be tradable under federal securities law, state securities regulations may apply, and each Investor should consult with their attorney.

You should be aware of the long-term nature of this investment. There is not now and likely will not ever be a public market for the Securities. Because the Securities have not been registered under the Securities Act or under the securities laws of any state or foreign jurisdiction, the Securities have transfer restrictions and cannot be resold in the United States except pursuant to Rule 501 of Regulation CF. It is not currently contemplated that registration under the Securities Act or other securities laws will be effected. Limitations on the transfer of the Securities may also adversely affect the price that you might be able to obtain for the Securities in a private sale. Investors should be aware of the long-term nature of their investment in the Company. Each Investor in this Offering will be required to represent that they are purchasing the Securities for their own account, for investment purposes and not with a view to resale or distribution thereof.

Investors will not have voting rights, even upon conversion of the Securities and will grant a third-party nominee broad power and authority to act on their behalf.

In connection with investing in this Offering to purchase a Crowd SAFE ((Simple Agreement for Future Equity) investors will designate Republic Investment Services LLC (f/k/a NextSeed Services, LLC) (“Nominee”) to act on their behalf as agent and proxy in all respects. The Nominee will be entitled, among other things, to exercise any voting rights (if any) conferred upon the holder of a Crowd SAFE or any securities acquired upon their conversion, to execute on behalf of an investor all transaction documents related to the transaction or other corporate event causing the conversion of the Crowd SAFE, and as part of the conversion process the Nominee has the authority to open an account in the name of a qualified custodian, of the Nominee’s sole discretion, to take custody of any securities acquired upon conversion of the Crowd SAFE. Thus, by participating in the Offering, investors will grant broad discretion to a third party (the Nominee and its agents) to take various actions on their behalf, and investors will essentially not be able to vote upon matters related to the governance and affairs of the Company nor take or effect actions that might otherwise be available to holders of the Crowd SAFE and any securities acquired upon their conversion. Investors should not participate in the Offering unless he, she or it is willing to waive or assign certain rights that might otherwise be afforded to a holder of the Crowd SAFE to the Nominee and grant broad authority to the Nominee to take certain actions on behalf of the investor, including changing title to the Security.

Investors will not become equity holders until the Company decides to convert the Securities into “CF Shadow Securities” (the type of equity securities issuable upon conversion of the Securities) or until there is a change of control or sale of substantially all of the Company’s assets.

Investors will not have an ownership claim to the Company or to any of its assets or revenues for an indefinite amount of time and depending on when and how the Securities are converted, the Investors may never become equity holders of the Company. Investors will not become equity holders of the Company unless the Company receives a future round of financing great enough to trigger a conversion and the Company elects to convert the Securities into CF Shadow Securities. The Company is under no obligation to convert the Securities into CF Shadow Securities. In certain instances, such as a sale of the Company or substantially all of its assets, an initial public offering or a dissolution or bankruptcy, the Investors may only have a right to receive cash, to the extent available, rather than equity in the Company. Further, the Investor may never become an equity holder, merely a beneficial owner of an equity interest, should the Company or the Nominee decide to move the Crowd SAFE or the securities issuable thereto into a custodial relationship.

Investors will not have voting rights, even upon conversion of the Securities into CF Shadow Securities.

Investors will not have the right to vote upon matters of the Company even if and when their Securities are converted into CF Shadow Securities (the occurrence of which cannot be guaranteed). Upon such conversion, the CF Shadow Securities will have no voting rights and, in circumstances where a statutory right to vote is provided by state law, the CF Shadow Security holders or the party holding the CF Shadow Securities on behalf of the Investors are required to enter into a proxy agreement with its designee to vote their CF Shadow Securities with the majority of the holder(s) of the securities issued in the round of equity financing that triggered the conversion right. For example, if the Securities are converted in connection with an offering of Series B Preferred Stock, Investors would directly or beneficially receive CF Shadow Securities in the form of shares of Series B-CF Shadow Preferred Stock and such shares would be required to be subject to a proxy that allows a designee to vote their shares of Series B-CF Shadow Preferred Stock consistent with the majority of the Series B Preferred Stockholders. Thus, Investors will essentially never be able to vote upon any matters of the Company unless otherwise provided for by the Company.

Investors will not be entitled to any inspection or information rights other than those required by law.

Investors will not have the right to vote upon matters of the Company even if and when their Securities are converted into CF Shadow Securities (the occurrence of which cannot be guaranteed). Upon such conversion, the CF Shadow Securities will have no voting rights and, in circumstances where a statutory right to vote is provided by state law, the CF Shadow Security holders or the party holding the CF Shadow Securities on behalf of the Investors are required to enter into a proxy agreement with its designee to vote their CF Shadow Securities with the majority of the holder(s) of the securities issued in the round of equity financing that triggered the conversion right. For example, if the Securities are converted in connection with an offering of Series B Preferred Stock, Investors would directly or beneficially receive CF Shadow Securities in the form of shares of Series B-CF Shadow Preferred Stock and such shares would be required to be subject to a proxy that allows a designee to vote their shares of Series B-CF Shadow Preferred Stock consistent with the majority of the Series B Preferred Stockholders. Thus, Investors will essentially never be able to vote upon any matters of the Company unless otherwise provided for by the Company.

Investors will be unable to declare the Security in “default” and demand repayment.

Unlike convertible notes and some other securities, the Securities do not have any “default” provisions upon which Investors will be able to demand repayment of their investment. The Company has ultimate discretion as to whether or not to convert the Securities upon a future equity financing and Investors have no right to demand such conversion. Only in limited circumstances, such as a liquidity event, may Investors demand payment and even then, such payments will be limited to the amount of cash available to the Company.

The Company may never elect to convert the Securities or undergo a liquidity event and Investors may have to hold the Securities indefinitely.

The Company may never conduct a future equity financing or elect to convert the Securities if such future equity financing does occur. In addition, the Company may never undergo a liquidity event such as a sale of the Company or an initial public offering. If neither the conversion of the Securities nor a liquidity event occurs, Investors could be left holding the Securities in perpetuity. The Securities have numerous transfer restrictions and will likely be highly illiquid, with no secondary market on which to sell them. The Securities are not equity interests, have no ownership rights, have no rights to the Company’s assets or profits and have no voting rights or ability to direct the Company or its actions.

Equity securities acquired upon conversion of the Securities may be significantly diluted as a consequence of subsequent equity financings.

The Company’s equity securities will be subject to dilution. The Company intends to issue additional equity to employees and third-party financing sources in amounts that are uncertain at this time, and as a consequence holders of equity securities resulting from the conversion of the Securities will be subject to dilution in an unpredictable amount. Such dilution may reduce the Investor’s control and economic interests in the Company. The amount of additional financing needed by the Company will depend upon several contingencies not foreseen at the time of this Offering. Generally, additional financing (whether in the form of loans or the issuance of other securities) will be intended to provide the Company with enough capital to reach the next major corporate milestone. If the funds received in any additional financing are not sufficient to meet the Company’s needs, the Company may have to raise additional capital at a price unfavorable to their existing investors, including the holders of the Securities. The availability of capital is at least partially a function of capital market conditions that are beyond the control of the Company. There can be no assurance that the Company will be able to accurately predict the future capital requirements necessary for success or that additional funds will be available from any source. Failure to obtain financing on favorable terms could dilute or otherwise severely impair the value of the Securities. In addition, the Company has certain equity grants and convertible securities outstanding. Should the Company enter into a financing that would trigger any conversion rights, the converting securities would further dilute the equity securities receivable by the holders of the Securities upon a qualifying financing.

Equity securities issued upon conversion of the Securities may be substantially different from other equity securities offered or issued by the Company at the time of conversion.

In the event the Company decides to exercise the conversion right, the Company will convert the Securities into equity securities that are materially different from the equity securities being issued to new investors at the time of conversion in many ways, including, but not limited to, liquidation preferences, dividend rights, or anti-dilution protection. Additionally, any equity securities issued at the First Equity Financing Price (as defined in the Crowd SAFE agreement) shall have only such preferences, rights, and protections in proportion to the First Equity Financing Price and not in proportion to the price per share paid by new investors receiving the equity securities. Upon conversion of the Securities, the Company may not provide the holders of such Securities with the same rights, preferences, protections, and other benefits or privileges provided to other investors of the Company. The forgoing paragraph is only a summary of a portion of the conversion feature of the Securities; it is not intended to be complete, and is qualified in its entirety by reference to the full text of the Crowd SAFE agreement, which is attached as Exhibit C.

There is no present market for the Securities and we have arbitrarily set the price.

The Offering price was not established in a competitive market. We have arbitrarily set the price of the Securities with reference to the general status of the securities market and other relevant factors. The Offering price for the Securities should not be considered an indication of the actual value of the Securities and is not based on our asset value, net worth, revenues or other established criteria of value. We cannot guarantee that the Securities can be resold at the Offering price or at any other price.

In the event of the dissolution or bankruptcy of the Company, Investors will not be treated as debt holders and therefore are unlikely to recover any proceeds.

In the event of the dissolution or bankruptcy of the Company, the holders of the Securities that have not been converted will be entitled to distributions as described in the Securities. This means that such holders will only receive distributions once all of the creditors and more senior security holders, including any holders of preferred stock, have been paid in full. Neither holders of the Securities nor holders of CF Shadow Securities can be guaranteed any proceeds in the event of the dissolution or bankruptcy of the Company.

While the Securities provide mechanisms whereby holders of the Securities would be entitled to a return of their purchase amount upon the occurrence of certain events, if the Company does not have sufficient cash on hand, this obligation may not be fulfilled.

Upon the occurrence of certain events, as provided in the Securities, holders of the Securities may be entitled to a return of the principal amount invested. Despite the contractual provisions in the Securities, this right cannot be guaranteed if the Company does not have sufficient liquid assets on hand. Therefore, potential Investors should not assume a guaranteed return of their investment amount.