In order to sell Digital Company Shares you have to define how many units you want so sell and for which price. For our example we assume the following data:
Naming in the example
Investors' share of the new share capital
Paid-in share capital of your company
How many shares correspond to € 1 of the share capital?
With this information you can now calculate the number of pieces of digital company shares and the price per share. As described above, we first assume that 1 piece of the digital shareholding has the economic value of EUR 1 of the share capital.
The first step is the calculation of the pre-money valuation (value of the company before the investment):
Now we calculate the value per EUR 1 of the share capital:
Share price = Pre-money valuation / share capital.
With this information, we can now calculate the number of digital company shares that need to be issued:
Number of digital shares = (investment / share price)
This is how the result of the round looks compared to before the round:
Before funding round
After funding round
Share capital (commercial register)
Share capital (economic)
Investor share in %