An opportunity to invest and own a part of Aseel
Starting 10th of May 2023, After five years of hard work and making history, Aseel is presenting the opportunity for anyone to invest publicly. Aseel exists because of everyday people and so we are opening the platform to investment from everyone.
I am an individual and I want to support Aseel because I believe in Aseel's mission and want it to succeed.
Individual supporters will not get equity/shares
Foundation/Grants/Non-dilutive funding support
I am a family office, foundation, or other type of non-dilutive funder who is interested in supporting Aseel's decentralized aid model.
Minimum check size: $50,000
VCs & Institutional Investors
I am a venture capital firm or institutional investor interested to invest in Aseel.
Minimum check size: $250,000
Angel Investor/F&F Round
I am an angel investor or family office who wants to invest in Aseel to own a part of Aseel.
Minimum check size: $25,000
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Start a campaign in support of Aseel
Start a campaign in support of raising funds for Aseel's Seed round. Aseel has created a proven effective and functional decentralised aid model for humanitarian assistance which can be applied to any context, while also empowering artisans to access the global digital economy. The funds from the round will be used to support the sustainability of Aseel as well as scale our solutions.
Community Supporters: Aseel is not issuing any equity/shares or getting into a contract with community supporters who support Aseel. Community supporters receive perks because of the individual donations from our community. Aseel needs it’s community to stay strong and provide services to them. Perks are provided in the introductory page of seed.aseelapp.com
Individual Investors/F&F Round (Minimum Check Size: $25,000): Aseel is using SAFE simple agreement for future equity as a vehicle to bring in investors. A Simple Agreement for Future Equity (SAFE) is a contractual agreement between a startup company and its investors. It exchanges the investor's investment for the right to preferred shares in the startup company when the company raises a future round of funding. The SAFE sets out conditions and parameters for when and how the capital will convert into equity.
To learn more about SAFEs here are some external links from Y Combinator and Forbes Magazine.
Venture Capital Investors/Institutional Investors (Minimum Check Size: $250,000): Convertible Notes, SAFE and based on discussion options will be pursued that can finance the Aseel seed round.
It’s important you know that investing in start-ups and early-stage businesses involves risks, including illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of investment and dilution, and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio.
Risk Warning: Investments of this nature carry risks to your capital and should be entered into as part of a diversified portfolio.