HUMBL Announces $20 Million Equity Financing Agreement
San Diego, California, Dec. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — HUMBL, Inc. (OTCQB: HMBL) announced today that HUMBL and GHS Investments, LLC have entered into an Equity Financing Agreement in which GHS Investments has agreed to purchase up to $20,000,000 of HUMBL common stock. The right to cause GHS Investments to purchase these shares is solely at HUMBL’s election.
Pursuant to the Equity Financing Agreement, GHS Investments agreed to purchase up to $20,000,000 of HUMBL common stock following the receipt of put notices from HUMBL and subject to certain conditions. If HUMBL elects to cause GHS Investments to purchase shares, the shares will be purchased at a 20% discount to the average of the three lowest closing prices of HUMBL’s common stock in the prior 10 trading days. Following an uplist to Nasdaq or an equivalent national exchange, the conversion discount would drop from 20% to 10%. HUMBL will have the right to cause GHS Investments to purchase shares under the agreement following the effectiveness of an S-1 Registration Statement. HUMBL may choose the dollar amount of each put notice delivered to GHS Investments; provided, however, the maximum dollar amount of any put cannot exceed the lesser of 200% of HUMBL’s average daily trading volume in the previous 10 trading days and $500,000. Please see HUMBL’s 8-K filing for more information.
HUMBL is a Web 3 platform with product lines including HUMBL Pay™, HUMBL Wallet™, HUMBL Search Engine™, HUMBL Tickets™ and HUMBL Marketplace™. The company also has a commercial blockchain services unit called HUMBL Blockchain Services™ (HBS). HUMBL also owns subsidiary companies in digital media, technology, ticketing and merchandise.
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