A unique product with high scaling potential through automated processes.
Solving a real problem in a fast-growing market.
An experienced and creative team with unbeatable skills and great entrepreneurial spirit.
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Who can invest?Reply
Any private individual over the age of 18 residing in Switzerland can invest. Legal entities domiciled in Switzerland can also invest with us. If you want to invest in the name of your company, please contact us via email@example.com. For legal reasons, an identification process is necessary before you can make your investment.
What do I get for my money with crowdinvesting?Reply
After the successful crowdfunding campaign, you become a shareholder and can participate in the success of Parkn'Sleep. You will receive your digital shares on your wallet. As a shareholder, you are a co-owner and have voting rights.
Can I sell my shares again?Reply
You can sell your shares privately at any time. To do so, you send your shares to the buyer's wallet. The buyer can then pay you in cash, via bank transfer, TWINT, etc. or directly via the blockchain with a cryptocurrency.
What rights do I have as a shareholder?Reply
Your rights as a shareholder are governed by the legal provisions of the Swiss Code of Obligations and the Articles of Association of parknsleep AG. The digital shares are included in the shareholder agreement in order to secure important instruments such as drag-along (co-sale obligation) or tag-along (co-sale right). You can find the detailed information directly on the campaign page from May 2, 2023.
What are digital shares?Reply
Since February 1, 2021, digital shares can be issued in Switzerland in the form of registered securities. These digital securities are legally no different from conventional shares. This new law now makes it possible to store company shares digitally on a blockchain and to transfer them directly from one person to another without much administrative effort. In the process, the blockchain documents all transactions, which makes trading and storing the digital equity securities very secure.
Are my digital shares safe?Reply
Your digital shares are securely stored on the blockchain and displayed in your wallet. Provided you follow your wallet provider's recommendations, don't share your passwords, and keep the security key safe, your shares and other tokens are well protected on your wallet - like in a vault.
Are digital stocks affected by cryptocurrency price fluctuations?Reply
No. Digital shares are so-called "smart contracts" and have nothing in common with cryptocurrencies, only the blockchain technology is the same. Park'Sleep is valued in Swiss francs.
Can I also have my shares in paper form?Reply
No. You can only purchase shares in digital form.
Do I have to pay tax on my shares?Reply
Capital gains from shares are generally tax-free in Switzerland for individuals who do not trade in securities on a commercial basis. The shares held are therefore normally only subject to wealth tax and must be declared accordingly in the tax return. The value of your shares will usually be reported to you annually by the company in which you have invested. If the company pays dividends, these must be declared and taxed as investment income in the tax return. If you have detailed questions about this, it is best to contact a tax advisor to discuss your personal situation.
What is the difference between shares and participation certificates?Reply
In the case of shares with voting rights, you as an investor can, among other things, vote at the general meeting. Participation certificates, on the other hand, are silent shares for which you as an investor have no voting rights. In both cases you participate in the success of the company. Parkn'Sleep issues shares with voting rights.
What does the term "subscribe to shares" mean?Reply
To create new shares, a written declaration must be made, which is also called 'subscription' of shares. With the purchase of Parkn'Sleep shares you give our legal partner LEXR Law Switzerland AG a power of attorney to make this written declaration for you for the notary.