Shareholders do not receive any cryptocurrency, or any voting rights in the project’s governance, because the shares of “Mad Heidi” are not being tokenized.
Also, noting that a large number of the investors paid with Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, or USD Coin via the U.S.-based Coinbase exchange. (Which doesn’t change the fact that, as is often the case, U.S. investors are barred due to regulatory concerns, the filmmakers accepted cryptocurrency in payment for shares.
And, like any good crypto company in the entertainment space, Mad Invest has launched a line of nonfungible tokens on Rarible — the first on April 23 to celebrate hitting the 1 million CHF mark that was the Mad Invest campaign’s minimum goal. More are forthcoming, in varying degrees of rarity.