1. Funding: Instead of taking an ownership stake in the company (equity) or requiring fixed monthly payments (debt), an erable° investor provides capital to the business without equity dilution by buying a token. Indeed, at erable°, we tokenize Real World Assets to address three main needs: transparency, profitability, and liquidity.
2. Repayment Structure: The repayment of the investment is based on a fixed percentage of the portion of the company's future revenues generated by the Real World Assets funded. This means that the business agrees to share a portion of its top-line revenue with the erable investor.
3. Repayment Period & Exit Strategy: The repayment period is flexible and depends on the agreed-upon terms. erable° investors receive their share from the moment they "claim" their token or exchange it on the secondary market.
4. Risk and Reward: erable° investors take on a certain level of risk because their returns depend on the business's revenue performance. If the business performs well, the investor's return may be higher. However, if the business underperforms, the investor's return may be lower.