How is the profitability calculated in each round?

The estimated profitability of each round depends on the valuation of the project's management company.+ This means that if the company's valuation is the same at the start of a new round as it was for the previous round, the estimated profitability for this new round will be the same. However, if the valuation of the project's management company increases (due to a reduction in risk from the objectives achieved with the capital raised), the estimated profitability for the new round will be lower (inversely proportional to the increase in the valuation).

While the estimated profitability of a project can vary over time, each investor keeps the expected profitability for the round in which they invested.

The estimated profitability for the current round is shown on each project's homepage.

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