How to Buy WEL

Public Pre-Sale Phase 1 opens on July 23rd.

Link to the pre-sale page coming soon...👀

Steps towards your WEL token:

Go to the Public Pre-Sale Phase 1 page: [link available on July 23rd]

  1. Purchase Vouchers: Important: Use the same wallet you log into the pre-sale page for your voucher purchase (on Juicebox). Note: These are not the WEL tokens. The WEL tokens will be distributed to people who are accepted to purchase. To apply, complete step 2.

  2. Apply for WEL Token: Follow the KYC process. You will need your ID and will be required to take a selfie.

IMPORTANT: Buying this voucher does not mean you automatically get the WEL token. To get the WEL token, you first need to pass a KYC check for regulatory reasons. After passing the KYC check, the project team will decide if your application to buy the WEL token is approved or not. If approved, you will get one WEL token for each voucher you bought. This will occur after TGE, which is currently planned for early October (subject to change). If your application is not approved, you will get a refund for your voucher, and you won't get the WEL token.

Note: Due to regulatory restrictions, the WEL token will not be made available to US persons.

Restrictions on Token Purchasers:

The WEL token discussed here cannot be held by, offered, or sold to “U.S. persons” as defined by Rule 902 of Regulation S under the Securities Act of 1933, or within the United States. It is also prohibited to offer or sell the token, directly or indirectly, to U.S. persons or within the U.S.

Additionally, no entity, person, or corporate body, nor any affiliates or beneficial owners thereof, deemed a Prohibited Person, may own, buy, or sell the token. A “Prohibited Person” includes any individual or entity (government, political subdivision, agency, or instrumentality) that is: (i) a national or resident of, or entity formed under the laws of any U.S. embargoed or restricted country; (ii) a national or resident of, or entity formed under the laws of Cuba, North Korea, Iran, Libya, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, or Crimea; (iii) listed on the U.S. Commerce Department’s Denied Persons List, Entities List, or Unverified List; the Treasury’s Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List, Specially Designated Narcotics Traffickers or Specially Designated Terrorists, or the Annex to Executive Order No. 13224; the State Department’s Debarred List; or under UN Sanctions; (iv) restricted from business transactions by any U.S. Governmental Authority; or (v) subject to any economic sanctions enforced by the UN, EU, or UK.

LEGAL DISCLAIMER:

PLEASE CONSULT YOUR LEGAL AND FINANCIAL ADVISORS BEFORE CONSIDERING PARTICIPATION IN THE TOKEN SALE.

Participation in the token sale does not equate to the exchange of cryptocurrencies for securities, investment units, or ordinary shares in any project, platform, company, or entity. The tokens issued and distributed are not intended to be securities or collective investment units in any entity. Token holders do not receive dividends or revenue rights and do not participate in any profit-sharing scheme.

Participants engage for their own account, not as nominees or agents, without the intention of reselling or distributing the tokens.

Participants have sufficient knowledge and experience in financial and business matters to evaluate the merits and risks of participation. They can incur a total loss without impairing their financial condition and can bear the economic risk for an indefinite period.

Participants affirm compliance with their jurisdiction’s laws concerning token sale participation, including legal requirements, foreign exchange restrictions, necessary consents, and relevant tax consequences.

Participation and token holding must comply with applicable laws in the participant’s jurisdiction.

Participants understand the significant risks involved, including potential failure of the network or tokens to function as intended, incomplete token launch or auction, insufficient user interest, and possible governmental investigation or punitive actions. Participants are financially sophisticated, capable of evaluating and bearing the risks, and have acquired sufficient information about Welshare Health to make an informed decision. Participants possess adequate technical understanding of cryptographic tokens, network protocols, smart contracts, token storage mechanisms, and distributed networks to appreciate the risks and implications.

THE PARTICIPANT ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IS SUFFICIENT FOR AN INFORMED DECISION AND CONFIRMS CONSULTATION WITH THEIR ATTORNEY, ACCOUNTANT, TAX ADVISOR, AND INVESTMENT ADVISOR.

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