Over the weekend, InnaMed became the fifth campaign on Republic to completely sell out and reach the maximum funding cap of $1.07M under Reg CF from over 2,400 investors. Yet this doesn’t mean that you missed your chance to participate in their fundraising campaign. InnaMed’s campaign closes at the end of this month, and we are still compiling a waitlist of investments.
Enter Note holders
We are once again activating the Waitlist Priority perk for Republic Note token holders. For the second time since we launched the Republic Note in April, users who earned Notes through engagement and participation on our platform will have the chance to join the InnaMed waitlist. (The first time we extended this offer was for Sapient, which sold out at the end of April.)
If Note holders haven’t invested in InnaMed yet but want to, they will be placed above waitlist investors that do not hold the token. You simply need to make an investment commitment before the campaign’s deadline on August 1st. From there, the priority of Note holders on the waitlist is determined based on Note level. If space clears up due to failed payments, cancellations, and the like, waitlisted investors are accepted and allowed to finalize their investments in the InnaMed campaign.
You can read more about how the Republic waitlist works here.
Earn more Notes
It’s not too late to earn Notes and increase your level. New users can still claim free Notes by signing up on our platform, and existing users can see how to earn more by logging in here.
Republic is not advising on investing in Innamed’s campaign. Like every campaign, be sure to review the campaign page, the Form C, and do your own diligence before making an investment commitment. A fully subscribed campaign is no safer an investment than any other campaign.
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