HUMBL Announces $50 Million Equity Financing Agreement and Bridge Note

San Diego, California, April 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- HUMBL, Inc. (OTC Markets: HMBL) announced today that it has closed on a $3,000,000 bridge note from Brighton Capital Partners, LLC (Brighton Capital). In addition, HUMBL® and Brighton Capital have executed an Equity Financing Agreement in which Brighton Capital has agreed to purchase up to $50,000,000 of HUMBL common stock. The right to cause Brighton Capital to purchase these shares is solely at HUMBL’s election.

Pursuant to the Equity Financing Agreement, Brighton Capital agreed to purchase up to $50,000,000 of HUMBL common stock. If HUMBL elects to cause Brighton Capital to purchase shares, the shares will be purchased at a 20% discount. HUMBL will have the right to cause Brighton Capital to purchase shares under the agreement following the effectiveness of an S-1 Registration Statement. 

In exchange for $3,000,000 in cash, HUMBL issued to Brighton Capital a $3,300,000 Convertible Promissory Note. The note bears interest at 10% per annum and is convertible at Brighton Capital’s election at a fixed price of $3.15 per share.

The note also contains a redemption right, where beginning on the earlier of the effective date of an S-1 Registration Statement and the 12-month anniversary of the note, Brighton Capital may cause HUMBL to redeem all or any portion of the note.

HUMBL may pay such redemptions in cash or stock at its election. If HUMBL elects to pay in stock, such payment will be made at 80% of the market price of the stock. The note will serve as a bridge loan to the $50,000,000 Equity Financing Agreement.


HUMBL is a new, Web 3 platform that seamlessly connects creators, consumers and merchants in the digital economy. HUMBL has three core business divisions: HUMBL Mobile, HUMBL Marketplace, and HUMBL Financial, which work together to package new technologies like blockchain for global consumers.



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