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SAFE Agreements 101
A Simple Agreement for Future Equity (SAFE) is a type of financing agreement that startup companies often use to raise funds. This kind of agreement was first introduced by Y Combinator, a startup accelerator, in 2013.
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SAFEs are designed to be simpler and more efficient than other forms of early-stage financing, such as convertible notes. They are not debt, so they don't accrue interest or have a maturity date.
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