The Ember Smart Security Offering (SSO)

Prometheum will offer it’s Ember warrant/SST to all investors through a Regulation A+ offering that will be qualified by the SEC.

Reg A+
Must be
to Retail
SEC Review
4-6 Months
Free Trading
Indication of Interest
How much are you interested in investing?
Are you an Accredited Investor?

No money or consideration is being solicited by the information in this or any other communication and, if sent, money will not be accepted and will be promptly returned. No offer by a potential investor to buy our securities can be accepted and, if made, any such offer can be withdrawn before qualification of this offering by the SEC.

A potential investor’s indication of interest does not create a commitment to purchase the securities we are offering. Any such indication of interest may be withdrawn or revoked, without obligation or commitment of any kind, at any time before notice of its acceptance is given and all other requirements to accept an investment from a potential investor are met after the offering qualification date. The offering, after qualification by the SEC, will be made only by means of the Offering Circular.

Any information on or any other communication shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy, nor shall there be any sale of these securities in any state or jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful prior to qualification for sale as provided in Regulation A+ in any such state or jurisdiction. You may obtain a copy of the Preliminary Offering Circular and the offering statement in which such Preliminary Offering Circular was filed with the SEC by clicking here.

Key Documents
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Understanding Regulation A+
Prometheum relies on Regulation A+ to enable companies to issue free trading cryptosecurities to all investors. Also known as a “mini-IPO”, this is an expansion of the capital raising Regulation A under the Securities Act of 1933. This update was passed in June of 2015 and is part of the SEC’s Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (The JOBS Act – Title IV) that allows U.S. and Canadian companies to lawfully raise up to $50 million from all types of investors.Before Regulation A+, only IPOs could raise amounts in that range by offering securities to the public. Since IPOs are expensive and complicated, The U.S. government created Reg A+ to help companies raise capital faster, with less difficulty and at a lower cost.

Issuers/companies can raise up to $50mm (Legislation proposes increasing to $75mm)

All investors, including non-accredited investors, can participate

Regulation A+ Cryptosecurities offerings have no trading restrictions

Issuers/companies can advertise their offering to the public

Reduced costs for legal, accounting and related professional services