Founded in 2015, Exodus is a Delaware corporation that has developed a non-custodial cryptocurrency software platform. It has grown to serve over two million users through its non-custodial, multi-asset software wallet where users can securely manage and exchange cryptocurrencies.
What is Exodus digital security?
Exodus closed its Regulation A+ Public Offering on May 5, 2021. The company issued 2,733,229 shares of its Class A common stock and raised $75 million in gross proceeds. The term “digital” refers to the Exodus Common Stock Tokens made available by Securitize, Exodus’s SEC-registered transfer agent to shareholders who choose to open a digital wallet which supports the Securitize DS Protocol. The Common Stock Tokens are only digital representations of our Class A common stock, contain no voting, governance, economic or other rights, and cannot be transferred independently of the Class A common stock.
References to Exodus’ non-custodial, multi-asset software wallet are solely high-level descriptions of Exodus’ business. Holdings of cryptocurrencies and other digital assets are speculative and involve a substantial degree of risk, including the risk of complete loss. There can be no assurance that any cryptocurrencies or other digital assets will be viable, liquid, or solvent. This material is not intended to imply that any digital asset services are low-risk or risk-free. For more information about Exodus’ business, including risk disclosures related to its non-custodial, multi-asset software wallet business, please refer to Exodus’ Offering Circular that was filed with the SEC and its SEC filings available at: https://www.sec.gov/edgar.shtml