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The Maji Token represent a debt instrument, whereas you Invest a certain amount and you will receive interest payments for a fixed duration. After the fixed duration of interest payments are done you will also receive your initial investment back.

The cook stoves and water filters are usually delivered within kits, those kits can usually be produced and delivered within 6 months from issuing the purchase order towards the suppliers of Maji Holding AG.

You can easily start whitelisting yourself via kyc.blockchainmaji.com or explore more details via the Invest Page.

We comply with local AML and money laundering regulations. We take this serious as well as our financial intermediaries and partners we work with. This is why you need to whitelist yourself first so you can invest into the Maji Token.

You can invest it in behalf of some one else, or you give back the contributions to Maji Holding – so we will re invest it and buy new kits and support more people and entrepreneurs in Rwanda.

We dont yet accept pure donations, but if you dont want to receive the token or the interest payment, you can sign a waiver so that the Maji Holding AG will hold the token and reinvest the proceeds again into the project.

You can not yet sign up in behalf of your son, but you can easily purchase the token for him and then transfer it to his Wallet, please understand that also your son needs to be KYCed to receive the Maji Token.

You can also invest as a company, just use the company KYC by switching from personal KYC to company KYC.

Please get in touch with us and we will brainstorm together with you how your family office could subscribe to the current offering.

We work very close together with the Rwanda government so that we have safety measures in place. In addition we have local BDO people who count and supervise our storage space

We have certain algorythms in place to trigger and prevent fraud in the investment process along with the samrt contracts. Also all our suppliers, partners passed our due diligence. The oversight from the UN and its independent providers is very rigid and well established

Please refer to the investment page, we outlined a graphic there how the workflow works.

It usually last up to 5-12 years.

The project is now in its advanced stages. That means we have got a line that distributes for free to the 30% poorest of the population and we have started to build up storage to sell the product in more affulent areas

We plan to expand the project within Africa, but this will be disclosed in more detail again once there will be more infos available.

CERs are Carbon Emission Reductions. One CER represents 1 ton of Carbon not going to the atmosphere

We generate a high quality CER and not the voluntary one, which has lower standards to fulfill

We have an offtake agreement with Worldbank, you can find those documents in our Dataroom at kyc.blockchainmaji.com

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030. See more https://youtu.be/0XTBYMfZyrM

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1 The following are considered professional investors (Annex II Directive 2014/65/EU): 

  1. Entities which are required to be authorised or regulated to operate in the financial markets. The list below shall be understood as including all authorised entities carrying out the characteristic activities of the entities mentioned:
    1. Credit institutions;
    2. Investment firms;
    3. Other authorised or regulated financial institutions;
    4. Insurance companies;
    5. Collective investment schemes and management companies of such schemes;
    6. Pension funds and management companies of such funds;
    7. Commodity and commodity derivatives dealers;
    8. Locals;
    9. Other institutional investors.
    10. Wertpapierfirmen;
    11. sonstige zugelassene oder beaufsichtigte Finanzinstitute;
    12. Versicherungsgesellschaften;
    13. Organismen für gemeinsame Anlagen und ihre Verwaltungsgesellschaften;
    14. Pensionsfonds und ihre Verwaltungsgesellschaften;
    15. Warenhändler und Warenderivate-Händler;
    16. örtliche Anleger;
    17. sonstige institutionelle Anleger.
  2. Large undertakings meeting two of the following size requirements on a company basis:
    • balance sheet total: EUR 20,000,000
    • net turnover: EUR 40,000,000
    • own funds: EUR 2,000,000
  3. National and regional governments, including public bodies that manage public debt at national or regional level, Central Banks, international and supranational institutions such as the World Bank, the IMF, the ECB, the EIB and other similar international organisations.
  4. Other institutional investors whose main activity is to invest in financial instruments, including entities dedicated to the securitisation of assets or other financing transactions.
  5. Investors, who may be treated as professional investors on request