Exodus a multi-currency wallet that supports over a hundred cryptocurrencies set a record share sale in a regulated public offering. The Delaware-based firm, Exodus Movement, commenced the share sale on April 8 after the approval of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.
In just five days, the firm has been able to raise around $59 million. The share is being offered at $27.42 and the offering will last until the goal of $75 million is reached. The crypto wallet had been able to complete around 80% of its fundraising goal from over 4,000 investors.
The Regulation A sale enabled Exodus to reach far beyond accredited investors. The firm reported a majority of the investment has come from retail and non-accredited investors while accredited investors only accounted for 8% of the total investment. The offering was only available to investors in Texas, Arizona and Florida. The wallet accepted investment in Bitcoin, Ethereum and USDC instead of fiat currency.
With Coinbase’s NASDAQ listing scheduled for later today, it is expected to shatter Exodus Wallet’s share sale record. Coinbase’s direct listing is expected to be the largest crypto offering in history but with the reference price set below expectations, things may not go as hoped.