On March 8, 2021, the Company entered into an Exchange Agreement with David and Gwen Aquino David Aquino and Gwen Aquino (collectively,the"Shareholders"), pursuant to which MYHI agreed to purchase from the Shareholders all of the capital stock of Kafkaford Holdings, Inc., a California corporation dba Certain Supply ("CS") in exchange (the "Exchange") for 48,076,923 restricted shares of MYHI (the “MYHI Shares"). A portion of the MYHI Shares are subject to forfeiture in the event that the Employment Agreement referenced below is terminated by David Aquino without good reason or by MYHI for cause. <br /> <br /> In connection with the Exchange, MYHI entered into an Employment Agreement with David Aquino (the “Employment Agreement”) pursuant to which MYHI agreed to employ Mr. Aquino as its Chief Operating Officer and President of CS. The term of employment is for two years from March 8, 2021 provided that the term will be extended for successive one-year terms unless either party provides written notice at least sixty days prior to the end of the applicable period of employment. <br /> <br /> Mr. Aquino is to receive (a) a base salary of $180,000 per annum (the Base Salary”) which Base Salary will be subject to an increase to $360,000 at the first instance the average of the closing prices of MYHI shares over a consecutive seven trading day period exceeds $0.25; (b) a signing bonus of $100,000 within 45 days from the closing; (c) an annual bonus on the first anniversary of closing of $180,000 to be paid in restricted shares of MYHI common stock, and on the second and subsequent anniversaries, $360,000 in restricted shares of MYHI Common Stock if the average of the closing prices for the consecutive seven trading days immediately prior to the end of such twelve month period exceeds $0.25; and (d) an annual performance bonus of 4,000,000 restricted shares if (x)on the first anniversary of the closing, the average of the closing prices for the consecutive seven tradings immediately preceeding such date is at least $0.25, and (y) on the second and subsequent anniversaries, the average of the closing prices for the consecutive seven trading days immediately preceeding the applicable anniversary date exceeds $0.35.