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I don't understand all this angel investment speak but the thing I am curios the most is simple.

I apply I make it "big"

Does pin board owns any of my company because they invested $37 a month and provided exposure?

I really don't understand who doesn't have $37 a month to be self-funded but I'm interested on exposure.

I believe it is a one-time $37 investment, not monthly.

If I understood the discussion elsewhere in this thread, he states that the investment is a form that gets converted to $37 worth of shares at the next fundraising valuation.

So if you raised venture capital at a million dollars valuation, he would own $37 worth of shares, which later if the company was sold for a billion would give the investor a cool $37,000.

Basically he is trying to make a point rather than make big profits.

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