The service tokens and NFTs (non-fungible tokens), hereinafter referred to as crypto-assets, described in this document can be of very high risk, including the possibility of losing their entire value or liquidity, or not being redeemable for the described service in the event of the failure or interruption of the Reental project. The tokens and NFTs that may be acquired will not be held by entities legally authorized to provide investment services, and the registration technology that is planned to be used (blockchain) is innovative and may involve significant risks. The issuer of the crypto-assets is solely responsible for the content of this token issuance whitepaper. It has not been reviewed or approved by any competent authority of any European Union Member State.
A token carries various inherent risks. Below we will mention some of them, and there may be others. These risks can lead to the complete loss of tokens or their value. The token holder understands and fully accepts all the risks associated with a token. In no case, if the token loses value or anything else happens, will the issuer of the token compensate the token holder in any way.
High-risk investment product
1. The value of investments and the returns obtained from them may experience significant fluctuations, both upwards and downwards, and the entire invested amount may be lost.
2. Investments in early-stage projects entail a high level of risk, so it is necessary to fully understand their business model.
3. Crypto-assets falling within the scope of Circular 1/2022, dated January 10, by the National Securities Market Commission, regarding advertising of crypto-assets presented as investment objects, are not covered by customer protection mechanisms such as the Deposit Guarantee Fund or the Investor Guarantee Fund.
4. The prices of crypto-assets are established in the absence of mechanisms to ensure their proper formation, as present in regulated securities markets.
5. Many crypto-assets may lack the necessary liquidity to liquidate an investment without incurring significant losses, as their circulation among both retail and professional investors can be very limited. Risks inherent to the technology.
6. Distributed ledger technologies are still in an early stage of maturity, with many of these networks created recently, so they may not be sufficiently tested, and there may be significant flaws in their operation and security. Risk of incompatible wallet services: The digital wallet service provider or digital wallet used to receive tokens must comply with the ERC-20 token standard to be technically compatible with such tokens. Failing to guarantee such compliance may result in the subscriber losing access to their tokens.
7. The recording of transactions on networks based on distributed ledger technologies operates through consensus protocols that may be susceptible to attacks attempting to modify this record. In the event of a successful attack, there would be no alternative record backing up these transactions or the balances corresponding to the public keys, and the entire crypto-assets could be lost.
8. The anonymity features provided by crypto-assets make them a target for cybercriminals, as in the case of stealing credentials or private keys, they can transfer the crypto-assets to addresses that make recovery difficult or impossible.
9. The custody of crypto-assets represents a significant responsibility as they can be entirely lost in the event of theft or loss of private keys.
However, the company does not provide custody of crypto-assets on behalf of its clients. It is the clients themselves who will be responsible for the custody of the crypto-assets, either through a wallet under their ownership or through a third-party service, which will in no way be related to the company.
The acceptance of crypto-assets as a means of exchange is still very limited, and there is no legal obligation to accept them.
1. Risks associated with the offering and trading.
Liquidity risk: There is a possibility that the token and NFT (non-fungible tokens) in question may not be listed on any secondary market, or that there may be a lack of liquidity in OTC (over the counter) markets. The company is not responsible for the fluctuations that the token in question may experience in any type of market, or for whether such markets allow the token to be listed, which may entail liquidity risks. Even in the case that the token is listed on a third-party platform, these platforms may not have sufficient liquidity or may face regulatory or compliance risks, making them susceptible to failure, downtime, or manipulation. Furthermore, to the extent that a third-party platform lists the token in question, providing a value for the token or NFT (non-fungible tokens) (whether in crypto-assets or fiat currency), that value may be subject to volatility. As a buyer of these assets, you assume all the risks associated with speculation and the risks mentioned above. These types of assets are not covered by customer protection mechanisms such as the Deposit Guarantee Fund or the Investor Guarantee Fund. Additionally, prices are not established through mechanisms that ensure their proper formation, unlike what is found in regulated markets. The acceptance of crypto-assets as a means of exchange is still very limited, and there is no legal obligation to accept them.
2. Risks Associated with Project Execution and/or the Issuer.
Risk of Forward-Looking Information: Certain information contained in the company's Whitepaper is of a forward-looking nature, including financial projections and business growth projections. Such forward-looking information is based on what the management of the Issuer believes are reasonable assumptions, and there can be no assurance that the results will be realized. Future events may differ significantly from what is anticipated.
Regulatory risk: Blockchain technology enables new forms of interaction, and it is possible that certain jurisdictions may apply existing regulations or introduce new regulations that address applications based on blockchain technology, which may be contrary to the current configuration of smart contracts and may, among other things, result in substantial modifications, including their termination and the loss of tokens for the subscriber.
Risk of project failure or abandonment: The development of the project presented by the Issuer in this document may be hindered and terminated for various reasons, including lack of market interest, lack of funding, lack of commercial success or prospects (e.g., due to competing projects). This token issuance does not guarantee that the objectives outlined in this document will be fully or partially developed.
Competitive company risk: It is possible that other companies may provide services similar to those of the company. The company may compete with such other companies, which could negatively impact the services it provides.
3. Risks associated with tokens and NFTs (non-fungible tokens) and the technology used.