The question is therefore how the ceiling works in relation to the cycles evaluated by prices. Therefore, if the price cycle is above the cap, the SAFE converts to the cap, meaning that SAFE holders will basically receive more shares for the same amount of money as Series A investors. In this situation, you know what percentage you are selling. But in the situation where the cap is higher than the cheap cycle, then you would never be. It wouldn`t be fair for SAFE holders to make a worse deal than Serie A investors because they would have put money into it sooner. . . .