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Convertible Notes have a clause that the investor can ask for the money back. How often is this used?

The question should be “used for what?”

Because convertible notes are designed to give investors an equity interest in a company that will eventually be worth much more than their investment, the intention on their part is always to convert into equity (after all, if they were just after the interest on a loan, they could find much less risky

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