Carl Pei is Inviting to Invest in His New Company 'Nothing'


Carl Pei is Inviting to Invest in His New Company 'Nothing'

  • Nothing, the new start-up by ex OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei is now open for community investment.
  • Pei made the announcement on Twitter, offering an investment opportunity to the people at large. Nothing will entertain investments to a total of $1.5 million at the same valuation that they got the Series A funding at.
  • Former OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei is looking for investors for his new venture named “Nothing”. On its website, Nothing has invited tech enthusiasts to invest in the company. $1.5 million worth of shares will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis to the general public. However, you can’t invest in Nothing just yet, though you can sign up for what the company is calling early access to the funding platform by heading over to "Nothing"
  • We believe in a future where consumer technology is seamlessly woven into our lives and feels like nothing.
  • We want you to create that future together with us. Not just cheering from the sidelines, but front and center from the very start. That's why we’re inviting you to invest in and become a shareholder of Nothing. $1.5 million worth of shares will be available to the community at the same price as our wider Series A funding round led by GV (formerly known as Google Ventures). These shares will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.

About Nothing

  • Nothing is dedicated to removing the barriers between people and technology to create a seamless digital future. Based in London, Nothing wants to inspire people to believe in the positive potential of technology again. Starting 2021, Nothing will begin bringing back artistry, passion, and trust to the field of consumer technology.
  • Nothing is privately held and venture-funded by GV. Other investors include Casey Neistat (YouTube personality and Co-founder of Beme), Kevin Lin (Co-founder of Twitch), and Steve Huffman (Co-founder and CEO of Reddit).

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