Jointer utilizes a multitude of strategies to ensure JNTR/ETN support in every scenario.
Here are a few scenarios for JNTR/ETN Return Support:
- In the case that investors convert JNTR to JNTR/ETN while the JNTR value has remained equal to JNTR/ETN, Jointer should have enough funds available to pay off the outstanding JNTR/ETN.
- In the case that investors convert their JNTR to JNTR/ETN while the JNTR value has become greater than JNTR/ETN, Jointer should have enough funds available to pay off the outstanding JNTR/ETN.
- In the case that investors convert their JNTR to JNTR/ETN while the JNTR value has become less than JNTR/ETN, Jointer will have to use the properties’ profits and other available funds as a source of liquidity to buy more JNTR from the market, helping to pay off the JNTR/ETN debt.
Other Notes on JNTR/ETN Return Support:
- Generating a higher return utilizing leverage
$100 pegged to the index with 2x leverage will be worth $180 in year 5. $100 invested in leveraged, standard value-added CRE will be worth $210 in year 5.
$100 invested in a real estate company adds $100 to the company valuation but $100 invested in a REIT or technology startup adds a few xx value multiplier (for example fintech companies are worth 10x on revenue, REIT 20x on EBITA and so on)
- Cryptocurrency Investors
We have other investors that do not get returns from Jointer, instead, they buy the Jointer cryptocurrency and trade it in the market for returns, so their funds are used by Jointer to invest in CRE and to increase Jointer’s valuation without adding liability to the company.