Ember: Prometheum’s Blockchain Security Offering

Once qualified by the SEC, Prometheum will offer for sale units consisting of one share of common stock and one Ember warrant that converts into one Ember token upon the creation of the Genesis block.

Reg A+
Must be
to Retail
SEC Review
4-6 Months
Free Trading
Indication of Interest
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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 No offer by a potential investor to buy our securities can be accepted and, if made, any such offer can be withdrawn before qualification of this offering by the SEC.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 Any such indication of interest may be withdrawn or revoked, without obligation or commitment of any kind, at any time before notice of its acceptance is given and all other requirements to accept an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 Prometheum.com 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.

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Understanding Regulation A+
The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (the “JOBS Act”) was enacted in 2012 to help small to medium-sized companies by providing improved access to capital and easing regulatory requirements on certain securities offerings. Title IV of the JOBS Act, entitled “Small Company Capital Formation,” directed the SEC to amend Regulation A under the Securities Act or adopt a new, similar regulation that exempts from Securities Act registration certain offerings of up to $50 million. On June 19, 2015, the SEC amended Regulation A (aka Regulation A+) so that eligible U.S. and Canadian companies can raise up to $50 million in a 12 month period in public offerings that are exempt from SEC registration. Regulation A+ offerings share some key characteristics with SEC-registered offerings, such as general public solicitation and advertising, which is why Regulation A+ offerings are also referred to as “mini-IPO’s.”

Issuers/companies can raise up to $50mm in a 12 month period (Legislation proposes increasing the limit to $75mm)

All investors, including non- accredited investors, can participate

Tier 2 Regulation A+ issued blockchain securities have few trading restrictions.

Prior to SEC qualification, issuers can “test the waters” to determine investor interest and, once qualified, advertise their offering to the public.

Actual cost reductions for legal, accounting, and related professional services