Price Antidilution Protection

A price-based antidilution refers to the situation when a company raises money in a subsequent round, and that issuance is viewed as diluting the value of the stock held by the earlier investors. For that reason, investors often negotiate anti-dilution protection clauses as part of their investment contract to offset the dilutive effects of future rounds.

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