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DGTW**Beautiful thing about its $5,000,000 Financing...

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DGTW**Beautiful thing about its $5,000,000 Financing...

The beautiful thing about the $5,000,000 in financing that they have is that...

1. It hasn't started yet since the buying starts at .01 per share.
2. The higher the stock price goes, the less dilutive it is to DGTW.
3. The Financer is willing to purchase $5,000,000 worth of shares.
4. The DGTW shares purchased by the Financer is at 80% of the lowest individual daily VWAP during the Pricing Period (as defined below).

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Let me further explain their agreement within their Plan of Reorganization (POR)...

Let's presume that DGTW closed at .05 per share on a Friday. Then on that upcoming Sunday DGTW sends in a Purchase Request to their Financer (Premier Ventures Partners, LLC) to request that they want $1,000,000 of their $5,000,000 of their financing. Then considering that the price stays at a minimum .05 per share for the next 5 consecutive trading days since the range is from the 1st trading day to the 5th trading day, the Financer will send DGTW the $1,000,000 by buying shares from DGTW that will be sent to them through a DWAC transaction and pay 80% of .05 per share which would be paying .04 per share for the $1,000,000 worth of shares. Per within the POR, an S-1 will be filed with the SEC to substantiate the transaction. So, they would send them...

.05 per share x .80 (80%) = .04 per share

$1,000,000 ÷ .04 = 25,000,000 shares

As the price gets higher, from the logic above from their Plan of Reorganization (POR), the financing becomes less dilutive. You can use the Substitution Property to switch in and out share prices higher or lower to get the amount of shares used for funding without using a share price below of .01 per share for the logic that I explained within the post below:
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This means that at .01 per share, the most amount of shares used to provide the $5,000,000 in funding will be 80% of .01 which would be 625,000,000 shares. This is as a worst case scenario. I have a feeling that we should be going past .01 per share. At .05 per share in the example above, the most amount of shares used to provide the $5,000,000 in funding will be 80% of .05 which would be 125,000,000 shares. At .10 per share in the example above, the most amount of shares used to provide the $5,000,000 in funding will be 80% of .10 which would be 62,500,000 shares.

This is one of the best financing agreements that I have seen for a stock in my over 30 years of investing. This a beautiful and very fair financing agreement that is awesome for DGTW and us shareholders. They are leading by example. They are showing the market and the world how things are supposed to be done for a stock obtaining financing. I can't say it enough that the CEO strongly hinted that something much bigger is coming and will be revealed after they emerge from bankruptcy. In my opinion, the Financers are willing to be so investor friendly with their financing agreement because they know what is coming and because they will become a substantial shareholder as they fund DGTW. They know that they would be only helping their investment to continue becoming huge with its growth. I believe this is way bigger than what we are seeing right now for them to provide such friendly financing.

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