A Forbes survey showed that 7 out of 9 Russian TON investors are not going to return the funds invested in GRAM.Other investors are not satisfied with the amount of return - 77% of the contribution, so they willThe TON project has attracted $1.7 billion in investments.
The share of Russian investors in ICO TON does not exceed7%. Among them is the co-founder of The Token Fund; Vladimir Smerkis, owner of Chelsea FC Roman Abramovich, co-founder of QIWI Sergei Solonin ($17 million), co-founder of Wimm-Bill-Dann David Yakobashvili ($10 million). Roman's investment amountAbramovich is not known in the project, but according to the representative of the billionaire, John Mann, the maximum contribution amount from one Russian investor is not more than $ 20 million.
Most of the businessmen surveyed by Forbesinvested money to support Pavel Durov’s idea, so she is not going to leave TON until the platform is launched. But not all investors are optimistic. One of the respondents has lost faith in the success of the project and is already calculating options for breaking even.
The decision on the refund is madeby a majority of votes of investors of the 1st and 2nd round. If 51% of the round votes decides to return the funds, all investors will receive 77% of the money spent on GRAM until October 31.
Recall that the main problem of launching the platform was the recognition of the GRAM token as a security, and hearings on this case will be held on February 18-19, 2020.</p>