Pursuant to our Regulation A+ filing, each Ember token will be offered for sale at US$1.00. Unlike all other ICO tokens
issued to date, Prometheum’s warrants for Ember tokens will be legal to trade on U.S. secondary securities markets. Upon
qualification from the SEC, Prometheum will be the first U.S. issuer to sell warrants/tokens under Regulation A+ that
are qualified for public trading and are fully compliant with federal securities law.
Prometheum is offering its Ember warrant/SST to all investors through its SEC qualified Regulation A+ offering. As the
first SST and the fuel for all transactions on the Prometheum Network,the principle of supply and demand determines the
value of the Ember token based on network activity.
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