As an investor you have all financial rights that come with a shareholding in a company.
The shares (Certificates in the STAK) have the following rights:
- Prefered right: When more shares are issued later on, you can buy additional shares to prevent dilution of your shareholding.
- Anti-dilution: If within 12 months after conversion new shares are issued against a lower price than the conversion price, then you will receive additional shares (within having to pay extra) to prevent dilution
- Drag-along: If at least 70% of the regular shareholders (excluding the crowdfunders in the STAK) sell their shares, then you have to sell your shares as will. This means, in this case you cannot stop the sale of shares.
- Tag-along: If at least 15% of the regular shareholders (excluding the crowdfunders in the STAK) sell their share, then you can sell your shares as well pro rata. This means, regular shareholders cannot sell shares in the company without also allowing for the crowdfunding investors to sell their shares.