May 26, 2022
$40 million dollar crypto currency funding agreement with Turvata Holdings Limited (Dubai)
ATLANTA, GA – THUNDER ENERGIES CORP. [ OTCPK:TNRG ] President Ricardo Haynes, and Turvata Holdings Limited (Dubai) Executive Chairman Duane Lee, announce the execution of a $40 million dollar crypto currency funding pact with a two year repayment provision.
The transaction has resulted in 50,000 RORA COINS being issued and delivered to Thunder Energies with a trading value set at $800 per coin. Thunder Energies, in payment for the crypto coin, has issued a convertible promissory note.
Rora Coin, cryptocurrency, is an asset backed cryptocurrency. Operating from offices in Dubai, the Lithuanian based coin and blockchain firm claims it is developing the next level, the next standard, in asset based trading instruments.
“Turvata, issuer of the RORA coin, has informed Thunder Energies that it is backing its trading coin with solid assets, assets that translate across international boundaries. I am proud to enter into this agreement which allows Thunder Energies to build a war chest for acquisitions.”
Thunder’s president added, “a forty-million-dollar funding facility, similar to a credit agreement or line of credit, or a general capital raise such as with a SPAC, is a powerful tool in today’s business world. This will place Thunder Energies on a firm footing for executing top level business events, acquisitions and investments, that will substantially and quickly add shareholder value.”
The coin will be listed as a company asset, with the promissory note recorded as an offsetting liability. All transactions will be recorded pursuant to recommendations made by the company’s independent auditors, in consultation with Turvata and Thunder Energies management.
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