Early Exercise Trigger Date

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Early Exercise Trigger Date. Means the twentieth (20th) consecutive trading day upon which the closing bid price of the Common Stock is above $4.00 (subject to adjustment as set forth in Section 2), provided, that such 20-day period cannot begin until thirty (30) days after the date of the prospectus included in the registration statement pursuant to which the Units were issued of which this Warrant was a component.
Early Exercise Trigger Date. Means the twentieth (20th) consecutive trading day upon which the closing bid price of the Common Stock is above $4.00 (subject to adjustment as set forth in Section 2), provided, that such 20-day period cannot begin until thirty (30) days after the date of the prospectus included in the registration statement pursuant to which the Units were issued of which this Warrant was a component. Issuance Date.
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Early Exercise Trigger Date. Means either: (i) 15 days after the tenth (10th) consecutive trading day upon which the Common Stock trades above 200% of the Exercise Price (subject to adjustment as set forth in Section 2), or (ii) immediately upon the delisting of the Units, provided, however, that such 10-day period under (i) cannot begin, nor any Early Exercise Trigger Date cannot take place until at least thirty (30) days after the date of the prospectus included in the registration statement pursuant to which the Units... were issued of which this Warrant was a component (the "Date of Issuance"). View More
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