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KIID (Key Investor Information)
The information in this 3-page document is required by law to help you understand the nature, risks, costs, potential gains and losses of this product and compare it to other products.
The factsheet explains CROWDLITOKEN on only 2 clearly arranged pages.
A 12-page brochure, illustrated with many graphics and pictures, explains CROWDLITOKEN in a few words.
The product description is a 40-page document, which is written comprehensibly with pictures and graphics. Here you get a good overview of our product.
Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
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Investors can decide on the following resolutions within the scope of their co-determination rights:
- Changes to the terms and conditions of the bond, e.g. a change to the minimum interest rate or the introduction of a new crypto currency for payment processing.
- Sale of a property, whereby this decision is only presented to investors who have invested in the property in question.
Other issues which, in the opinion of CROWDLITOKEN AG, have a significant impact.
Binding decisions are made in all cases with 50% or more of all tokens participating in the vote.
A digital bond can be issued directly by CROWDLITOKEN without a bank (cost savings) and can be held by the investors themselves, again without a bank. The digital bond allows a wide range of people to benefit from the financial product. A digital financial instrument also opens up new opportunities for the investor: At CROWDLITOKEN we can combine the digital bond with the digitised income streams of real estate investments, allowing investors to participate directly.
CRT is a subordinated bond under the law of the Principality of Liechtenstein. The bond has a term of 25 years (with an extension option of 2x 5 years) and pays a minimum interest rate of 0.875% (year 1+2), 1.5% (year 3) or 2.1% (from year 4) p.a. (based on CHF 1.00). The bond is issued digitally in the form of a token.
Thirteen times a year, at a fixed date/time in accordance with the prospectus approved by the FMA. Twelve distributions are paid out with a budgeted amount per year. A special payout is made after the successful completion of the annual real estate account of the respective property.