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Definition of Anti-Dilution

Anti-dilution provisions are used to protect investors from being diluted in the event a startup raises a down round. Anti-dilution provisions ensure that investors receive a conversion adjustment based on the lower price of the stock issued in a future down round. There are different types of anti-dilution provisions, including broad-based weighted average, narrow-based weighted average, and full ratchet.

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