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Risk Factors

An investment through Unlistedkart’s platform will involve risks not associated with other investment alternatives. Prospective investors should carefully consider, among other factors, the risks described herein. These risk factors are not meant to be an exhaustive listing of all potential risks associated with an investment through Unlistedkart’s platform. There can be no assurance that the investment objectives will be achieved, or that there will be any return of capital. An investment through the Unlistedkart platform is a potentially suitable investment only for sophisticated investors who are capable of assuming the risks of such an investment, including the potential risk of losing all of their invested capital. These risk factors are not a complete enumeration or explanation of the risks involved in investing through the Unlistedkart platform. Prospective investors should consult with their own advisers prior to making any decision to invest through the Unlistedkart platform. Investing in Technology Companies Through Unlistedkart General An Unlistedkart investment vehicle will be subject to numerous risks generally related to investing in securities and other investments, and the additional risks associated with investing in non-marketable securities and non-public companies. The securities or other interests acquired by an Unlistedkart investment vehicle will have restrictions on resale and, even in the absence of such restrictions, may not be marketable. The ability of an Unlistedkart investment vehicle to profit from its investments will be highly dependent upon the ability of its investments to generate income or appreciate in value. Numerous factors may impede or prevent an investment from reaching this point, including inadequate capital, unfavorable competitive developments, adverse legislation at the national, state, or local level, inadequate management or loss of key persons, technology obsolescence, and lack of market acceptance. Investments may face significant capital shortfalls for a wide variety of reasons. Resource development may prove more expensive, or take more time, than anticipated, and the growth in revenues may be slower than expected. Any of such occurrences may result in the failure of an investment and a loss with respect to the investment vehicle’s investments. No Operating History Any Unlistedkart investment vehicle has no previous operating history and will be entirely dependent upon Unlistedkart Advisors LLC as the Manager (the “Manager”). No person should be willing to make an investment in an Unlistedkart investment vehicle unless such person is willing to fully rely upon the Manager’s ability to effect investments on behalf of such investment vehicle. General Investment Risks Associated with Investments An Unlistedkart investment vehicle will generally invest in shares of common or preferred stock of private issuers. Each of such investment opportunities will entail certain risks that may adversely affect the investment vehicle’s operations and, in turn, an investment in the investment vehicle. These risks may involve, without limitation, general economic risks and volatility associated with such investments, the illiquidity of such investments and a potential lack of recourse with respect to adverse actions by, or associated with, the issuers of shares of common or preferred stock invested in by an Unlistedkart investment vehicle. The value of the investment vehicle’s investments is derived, in part, from the value of the underlying issuers associated with its investments. Equity securities of private issuers can be highly volatile and expose investors to a high risk of loss. Moreover, there is no exchange market on which to close out an open investment. Consequently, it may be impossible to liquidate an existing investment, to accurately assess the value of investment or to accurately assess the exposure to risk associated with a particular investment. No person should be willing to make an investment in an Unlistedkart investment vehicle unless such person is capable of losing such person’s entire investment. Preferred Stockholder Liquidation Preference Each Unlistedkart investment vehicle invests in common or preferred stock of private companies (“Investee Companies”). An Investee Company may grant liquidation preferences to certain of its preferred stockholders. A liquidation preference provides that upon an initial public offering, liquidation, acquisition, or sale of all or substantially all of the assets of the Investee Company (a “Liquidity Event”), senior preferred stockholders will have the option to receive the amount of their liquidation preference first in full, before any proceeds are delivered to junior preferred or common stockholders. Where all classes of preferred stock elect to receive their liquidation preference in full, they may receive a disproportionate share of proceeds in a Liquidity Event, and common stockholders will generally share ratably in any remaining sales proceeds. Likewise, one or more classes of preferred stock may receive a disproportionate share of proceeds relative to junior classes of preferred stock in a Liquidity Event. Because an Unlistedkart investment vehicle may invest in common stock (or a class of junior preferred stock), an Unlistedkart investment vehicle’s overall returns may be negatively impacted by liquidation preferences. Specifically, if an Investee Company undertakes a Liquidity Event at a valuation that is less than the implied valuation at which an Unlistedkart investment vehicle purchases common or preferred stock in an Investee Company, the Unlistedkart investment vehicle overall returns may be negatively impacted than if no liquidation preference were present. Participating Preferred Stock Certain preferred securities issued by an Investee Company may hold participation rights (“Participating Preferred”), which entitles holders of those securities to participate pro rata with common stockholders in addition to receiving the holders’ liquidation preference amount in a Liquidity Event. Because Participating Preferred may result in less residual value accruing to holders of other securities of the Investee Company, which may include an Unlistedkart investment vehicle, an Unlistedkart investment vehicle’s overall returns may be negatively impacted by any Participating Preferred. IPO Ratchet The securities issued by an Investee Company may contain an anti-dilution provision under which, if an Investee Company goes public below a predetermined price, the holders of such securities will receive a downward conversion price adjustment, resulting in the issuance of additional securities to those holders (an “IPO Ratchet”). Because an Unlistedkart investment vehicle may invest in shares of common or preferred stock of an Investee Company that may be diluted by an IPO Ratchet, an Unlistedkart investment vehicle’s overall returns may be negatively impacted by the presence of any IPO Ratchet. Cumulative Dividends One or more securities issued by an Investee Company may contain cumulative dividend rights, whereby holders of those securities will accumulate unpaid dividends at a predetermined rate, which accrue to the liquidation preference of those securities over time (“Cumulative Dividends”). Because Cumulative Dividends may increase the liquidation preference of securities more senior to those held by an Unlistedkart investment vehicle, they may negatively impact the overall returns of an Unlistedkart investment vehicle over time./p> Lack of Transparency in Investee Company Operations As Investee Companies are not required to make periodic public filings, certain operational information about the Investee Companies are not available to the Unlistedkart investment vehicles prior to investment, including historical financial results and projected financial results, customer and sales data, strategic plans, and management discussion of operations. As a result, the investments of an Unlistedkart investment vehicle are made on the basis of publicly available information, which may be incomplete, inaccurate, or not confirmed by the Investee Company. Investee Companies’ Operations and Financial Results Subject to Various Risks Revenues and operating results of Investee Companies could vary significantly from quarter to quarter and year to year because of a variety of factors, many of which are outside of the control of the Investee Companies and the Unlistedkart investment vehicles. As a result, operational results of an Investee Company known prior to an investment by any Unlistedkart investment vehicle may vary significantly following an investment. This may result in a decline in the value of an investment in an Unlistedkart investment vehicle, including a complete loss of such investment. Factors that may contribute to the variability of an Investee Company’s operational and financial results include: the ability of an Investee Company to maintain an adequate rate of growth; the ability of an Investee Company to attract new customers; the ability of an Investee Company to retain existing customers; the effects of increased competition in the Investee Company’s business and the ability of the Investee Company to compete with competitors that may have longer operating histories and greater financial and operational resources; the ability of an Investee Company to keep pace with changes in technology and its competitors; the ability of an Investee Company to protect its and its customers’ data, technology or other intellectual property from third-party infringement or from misappropriation in the U.S. and abroad; the ability of an Investee Company to defend itself against potential and actual intellectual property litigation alleging such Investee Company of infringement of a third-party's intellectual property; declines or disruptions in the industries and markets in which an Investee Company operates; the ability of an Investee Company to successfully enter new markets and manage expansion, including expansion in international markets; the ability of an Investee Company to provide a high-quality customer experience through its products and services; the ability of an Investee Company to successfully manage any acquisitions of businesses, solutions, or technologies; the success of an Investee Company’s marketing efforts; and the ability of an Investee Company to comply with applicable federal and state laws, rules, or regulations as well as any rules of applicable networks and associations. No Assurance of Investment Return The task of identifying investment opportunities on behalf of an Unlistedkart investment vehicle and managing such investments is difficult. Many organizations operated by persons of competence and integrity have been unable to make similar investments successfully. There is no assurance that an Unlistedkart investment vehicle’s investment objectives will be attained, or that the value of the investments will not decline, or that there will be any return of capital. Diversification An Unlistedkart investment vehicle’s investments are expected to be concentrated in a relatively small number of investments and will not be widely diversified. Any investment, directly or indirectly, in an Unlistedkart investment vehicle should not be considered a complete investment program. Such concentration of risk may expose an Unlistedkart investment vehicle to losses disproportionate to those incurred by any particular market in general. In the event of a detrimental effect with respect to one or more of the underlying issuers comprising an Unlistedkart investment vehicle’s investments, such investment vehicle’s overall returns may be impacted much more negatively than they would be if its investments were spread more broadly. Market Factors General fluctuations in the economy may affect the value of investments held by an Unlistedkart investment vehicle. In such event, the ability of an Unlistedkart investment vehicle to achieve a favorable return on its investments may be severely impeded. Long-Term Investment Given the investment objectives of an Unlistedkart investment vehicle, its investments, by their nature, may be long-term investments. An investment in an Unlistedkart investment vehicle is therefore only appropriate for investors with a long-term investment horizon and a capacity to absorb a loss of some or all of their investment. Other Activities of the Manager The success of an Unlistedkart investment vehicle will be largely dependent upon the efforts of the Manager. Although an Unlistedkart investment vehicle will be one of the business activities of the Manager, the Manager will devote such time and efforts to the business of the investment vehicle as it believes are reasonably required to carry out the business of such entities. The Manager and its employees, and other affiliates may engage in other business activities, and the business of an Unlistedkart investment vehicle may not be such persons’ primary business activity. Unlistedkart Securities Unlistedkart Securities, a broker-dealer affiliate of the Manager, will generally receive compensation, in the form of the Sales Fee, for each investor’s subscription to an interest in Unlistedkart investment vehicle. As a result, there may be a conflict of interest between the Manager and prospective investors. Certain registered representatives of Unlistedkart Securities may be entitled to receive a portion of the Sales Fee. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Manager believes that the terms of such arrangement are fair to the investors in the Unlistedkart investment vehicles. No comment by any persons associated with the Manager or Unlistedkart Securities should be considered a recommendation of a security. All investment decisions should be made independently or discussed with your investment advisor prior to the purchase of this security. Conflicts of Interest The Manger serves as manager to both Unlistedkart investment vehicles (“Single Name Funds”) that generally invest in shares of common or preferred stock of private issuers and to discretionary managed funds (“Discretionary Funds”), which make investments in portfolios of private securities offerings, and which may include one or more Single Name Vehicles. As a result, there may be a conflict of interest between the Manager’s role for the Single Name Funds and its role for the Discretionary Funds. The manager follows a written allocation policy to ensure the fair and equitable allocation of investment opportunities, which the Manager believes avoids and/or mitigates potential conflicts of interest. Additional information concerning these allocation policies can be found at https:// Unlistedkart.com/allocation-policy/. Investments by Employees and Affiliates Eligible employees and other affiliates of Unlistedkart are permitted to invest in both Single Name Funds and Discretionary Funds (each an “Affiliated Investment”), which may present a conflict of interest between the Manager and the investors in the Single Name Funds or Discretionary Funds. Each Affiliated Investment in the Single Name Funds is subject to a lower minimum investment than available to other potential investors and pays the same fees. Affiliated Investments in the Discretionary Funds are subject to lower minimum investments and fee waivers. Each Affiliated Investment is accepted in the same sequence and priority as other potential Members’ investments. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Manager believes that the opportunities offered to prospective Members are fair to the Single Name Funds, the Discretionary Funds and their respective investors. No Right to Control Company Operations The investors in an Unlistedkart investment vehicle will have no opportunity to control the day-to-day operations of such investment vehicle, including investment and disposition decisions. The investors must rely entirely on the Manager to conduct and manage the affairs of the Unlistedkart investment vehicle. Illiquidity of the Interests; Limited Transferability of the Interests The membership interests in an Unlistedkart investment vehicle are highly illiquid, have no public market, and generally are not transferable, except with the consent of the Manager and compliance with applicable securities laws. Voluntary withdrawals of the interests are generally not permitted. Specified Minimum Investment The sale of a specified minimum investment, while necessary to the business operations of an Unlistedkart investment vehicle, is not designed as a protection to investors, nor to indicate that their investment decision is shared by other unaffiliated investors. Because there may be substantial purchases by affiliates or persons associated with, via employment or otherwise, any Unlistedkart investment vehicle, or other persons who will receive fees or other compensation or gain dependent upon the success of an offering, no individual investor should place any reliance on the sale of a specified minimum as an indication of the merits of this offering. Each investor must make his own investment decision as to the merits of each offering. Cross-Series Liability The Manager expects that pursuant to Section 18-215 of the Delaware Act, the debts, liabilities, obligations, and expenses of each Unlistedkart investment vehicle shall be enforceable against the assets of each respective Unlistedkart investment vehicle only, and not against Unlistedkart generally or against any other Unlistedkart investment vehicle. However, notwithstanding that series limited liability companies have been authorized by the Delaware Act, the robustness of their asset and liability segregation has not been extensively tested by the courts. There can be no guarantee that each Unlistedkart investment vehicle will be treated as a separate and distinct legal entity for purposes of the Delaware Act, ERISA, bankruptcy laws, or otherwise. Indemnification of Certain Persons The Limited Liability Company Operating Agreement governing an Unlistedkart investment vehicle will contain broad indemnification and exculpation provisions that limit the right of a member of any Unlistedkart investment vehicle to maintain an action against the relevant Unlistedkart investment vehicle, the Manager, Unlistedkart, and/or their affiliates to recover losses or costs incurred by an Unlistedkart investment vehicle as a result of such persons’ actions or failures to act. Disposition of Investments Part or all of one or more investments made by an Unlistedkart investment vehicle may not be completely disposed of prior its dissolution and liquidation, in the event of which an Unlistedkart investment vehicle may make in-kind liquidation distributions to its members of securities in the vehicle’s portfolio that have not been disposed of. Possible Adverse Tax Consequences Any Unlistedkart investment vehicle will be classified as a partnership for federal income tax purposes, and not as an association taxable as a corporation. No representation or warranty of any kind is made with respect to the tax consequences of an investment in an Unlistedkart investment vehicle, or the allocation of taxable income or loss, as provided in the applicable Operating Agreement. Potential investors are advised to consult their own tax advisors with respect to the tax consequences to them of an investment in an Unlistedkart investment vehicle. Absence of Regulatory Oversight An Unlistedkart investment vehicle is not registered as an investment company under the U.S. Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended, in reliance upon an exemption available to privately offered investment companies and, accordingly, the provisions of such Act (which, among other things, require investment companies to have a majority of disinterested directors, provide limitations on leverage, limit transactions between investment companies and their affiliates and regulate the relationship between the adviser and the investment company) are not applicable to Unlistedkart. Membership interests in the Unlistedkart investment vehicles have not been registered under the Securities Act or the securities laws of any state in the U.S., nor is it expected that they will be. The Manager has no plans nor has it assumed any obligations to register membership interests of any Unlistedkart investment vehicle. The Manager is an exempt reporting adviser and is not registered as an investment adviser with the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Investment Advisers Act. Such status does not imply that the Securities and Exchange Commission has endorsed or approved the qualifications of the Manager or any of its respective affiliates or representatives to provide the advisory services described herein. Future Regulatory and Legal Developments This document cannot address or anticipate every possible current or future regulation or legal development (including change in law) that may affect the Manager, any Unlistedkart investment vehicle, or their respective businesses and operations. Such regulations may have a significant impact on the Manager and the investment vehicle, including but not limited to, restricting the types of investments an Unlistedkart investment vehicle may make, or requiring the Manager to disclose certain confidential information regarding its terms, investments, or investors. The Manager, in its sole discretion, may cause an Unlistedkart investment vehicle to be subject to certain regulations if it believes that an investment or business activity is in such investment vehicle’s interest, as the case may be, even if such regulations may have a detrimental effect on one or more investors. Prospective investors are encouraged to consult their own advisers regarding an investment in an Unlistedkart investment vehicle. Cybersecurity Risk Malware, viruses, hacking, and phishing attacks have become more prevalent in recent years, and may occur on Unlistedkart Inc.’s systems in the future. Although it is difficult to determine what, if any, harm may directly result from an attack, any failure to maintain the security of Unlistedkart Inc.’s systems may result in unauthorized requests to access bank and investment accounts, the disclosure of information that Unlistedkart Inc. and its affiliates are obligated to keep confidential, or other improper or illegal activities that could result in a financial loss to Unlistedkart Inc., its affiliates, the Unlistedkart investment vehicles or investors in the Unlistedkart investment vehicles. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery The Manager, its affiliates and Unlistedkart’s business operations may be vulnerable to disruption in the case of catastrophic events such as fires, natural disaster (e.g., tornadoes, floods, hurricanes and earthquakes), terrorist attacks or other circumstances resulting in property damage, network interruption and/or prolonged power outages. There can be no assurances that all contingencies can be planned for. These risks of loss can be substantial and could have a material adverse effect on Unlistedkart, the Unlistedkart investment vehicles, and the members’ investments therein. Systems and Operational Risks Each Unlistedkart investment vehicle depends on the Manager to develop and implement appropriate systems for its activities. Each Unlistedkart investment vehicle relies on financial, accounting and other data processing systems to execute, clear and settle transactions and to evaluate certain securities, to monitor its portfolio and capital, and to generate risk management and other reports that are critical to oversight of its activities. In addition, each Unlistedkart investment vehicle relies on information systems to store sensitive information about the vehicle, Unlistedkart, the Manager, their affiliates and investors in the Unlistedkart investment vehicles. Certain of Unlistedkart’s and the Manager’s activities will be dependent upon systems operated by third parties, including the administrator, market counterparties and other service providers, and the Manager may not be in a position to adequately verify the risks or reliability of such third-party systems. Failures in the systems employed by the Manager, the Administrator, counterparties, exchanges and similar clearance and settlement facilities and other parties could result in mistakes made in the confirmation or settlement of transactions, or in transactions not being properly booked, evaluated or accounted for. Disruptions in Unlistedkart’s operations or breach of Unlistedkart’s information systems may cause Unlistedkart to suffer, among other things, financial loss, the disruption of its business, liability to third parties, regulatory penalties or reputational damage. Any of the foregoing failures or disruptions could have a material adverse effect on Unlistedkart, the Unlistedkart investment vehicles, and the respective investments. Lack of Transparency in Investee Company Operations An Unlistedkart investment vehicle invests in common or preferred stock in private companies (“Investee Companies”). As Investee Companies are not required to make periodic public filings, certain operational information about the Investee Companies are not available to the investment vehicle prior to investment, including historical financial results and projected financial results, customer and sales data, strategic plans, and management discussion of operations. As a result, such investment vehicle’s investments are made on the basis of publicly available information, which may be incomplete, inaccurate, or not confirmed by the Investee Company. Post-IPO Transfer Restrictions May Limit Your Ability to Sell Shares on the Open Market When a company goes public, there are some procedural steps and legal requirements that must be followed. Generally, we will seek to unwind the Unlistedkart investment vehicle into which you invested (the "Fund") and transfer a number of shares, equivalent to your pro rata ownership in the Fund, to a brokerage account you designate. The shares held by the Fund are generally subject to two principal types of transfer restrictions. They are subject to a standard IPO lock-up, which means that for a period of 180 days after the IPO, the shares cannot be transferred. The shares held by the Fund are also considered Restricted Securities under the securities laws. Generally, this means, even post-IPO, the shares can't be sold on the open market until they've been held for 1 year. Together with the lock-up, shares held by the Fund can't be sold on the open market until the later of (i) expiry of the lock-up or (ii) one year following purchase. Generally, the company will use a transfer agent, who will hold custody of the pre-IPO shares. After the completion of the IPO, the shares purchased by the Fund will be held with the transfer agent. Once applicable transfer restrictions are satisfied, we will request the transfer agent to remove restrictive legends from the shares and transfer a number of shares, equivalent to your pro rata ownership in the Fund, to a brokerage account of your designation. Investee Companies’ Operations and Financial Results Subject to Various Risks Revenues and operating results of Investee Companies could vary significantly from quarter to quarter and year to year because of a variety of factors, many of which are outside of the control of the Investee Companies and Unlistedkart. As a result, operational results of an Investee Company known prior to an investment by an Unlistedkart investment vehicle may vary significantly following an investment. This may result in a decline in the value of an investment in the investment vehicle, including a complete loss of such investment. Factors that may contribute to the variability of an Investee Company’s operational and financial results include: the ability of an Investee Company to maintain an adequate rate of growth; the ability of an Investee Company to attract new customers; the ability of an Investee Company to retain existing customers; the effects of increased competition in the Investee Company’s business and the ability of the Investee Company to compete with competitors that may have longer operating histories and greater financial and operational resources; the ability of an Investee Company to keep pace with changes in technology and its competitors; the ability of an Investee Company to protect its and its customers’ data, technology or other intellectual property from third-party infringement or from misappropriation in the U.S. and abroad; the ability of an Investee Company to defend itself against potential and actual intellectual property litigation alleging such Investee Company of infringement of a third-party's intellectual property; declines or disruptions in the industries and markets in which an Investee Company operates; the ability of an Investee Company to successfully enter new markets and manage expansion, including expansion in international markets; the ability of an Investee Company to provide a high-quality customer experience through its products and services; the ability of an Investee Company to successfully manage any acquisitions of businesses, solutions, or technologies; the success of an Investee Company’s marketing efforts; and the ability of an Investee Company to comply with applicable federal and state laws, rules, or regulations as well as any rules of applicable networks and associations. Disposition of Investments Part or all of one or more investments made by an Unlistedkart investment vehicle may not be completely disposed of prior to the dissolution and liquidation of such investment vehicle, in the event of which the Manager may make in-kind liquidation distributions to the investors. Possible Dilution of Company Assets On occasion, an Investee Company may need additional financing to support operations or growth. It is not certain that additional financing will be available to an Investee Company on favorable terms when required. If an Investee Company raises additional funds through the issuance of equity, equity-linked, or debt securities, those securities may have rights, preferences, or privileges senior to the rights of the common stock held by an Unlistedkart investment vehicle. Furthermore, an Investee Company may raise additional funds through new classes of stock which convert into common stock on more than a one-to-one basis. This would materially impact the dilutive effects of this issuance on the investors. Operation and Investment of Parallel Series As part of a single transaction, one or more Unlistedkart investment vehicles may invest, or seek to invest, in the same Investee Company. In this instance, in accepting investors into an Unlistedkart investment vehicle, the Manager may separate investors who meet the requirements of an “ investor” from investors who meet the requirements of a “qualified purchaser” into separate parallel series. For such a transaction, it is expected that both series will generally operate in parallel with each other and are expected to invest in the Investee Company on substantially the same terms and conditions, legal, tax regulatory, accounting, contractual, business and other similar considerations applicable to a particular series of an Unlistedkart investment vehicle. It is possible however, that an Investee Company may limit, restrict or eliminate the amount or type of investments that can be made by any Unlistedkart investment vehicle or, in the event established by the Manager, its parallel series for such a transaction. Accordingly, the performance of any Unlistedkart investment vehicle or, in the event established by the Manager, its parallel series, may differ materially from each other due to differences in the respective portfolio construction of its investments. Investing in Private Placements No Investment Recommendations Unlistedkart does not make investment recommendations, except when acting as an investment adviser, and no communication through this website or in any other medium should be construed as such, unless otherwise indicated by Unlistedkart. Private Placement Investments Investment opportunities posted on this website are “private placements” of securities that are not publicly traded, are subject to holding period requirements, and are intended for investors who do not need a liquid investment. Private placement investments are NOT bank deposits (and thus NOT insured by the FDIC or by any other federal governmental agency), are NOT guaranteed by Unlistedkart, and MAY lose value. No Regulatory Oversight or Approval Neither the Securities and Exchange Commission nor any federal or state securities commission or regulatory authority has recommended or approved any investment or the accuracy or completeness of any of the information or materials provided by or through the website. No Reliance; High Risk of Loss Investors must be able to afford the loss of their entire investment. Any financial projections or returns shown on the website are illustrative examples only, and there can be no assurance that any valuations provided are accurate or in agreement with market or industry valuations. Any investment information contained herein has been secured from sources Unlistedkart believes are reliable, but we make no representations or warranties as to the accuracy of such information and accept no liability therefore. Offers to sell, or the solicitations of offers to buy, any security can only be made through official offering documents that contain important information about risks, fees and expenses. Investors should conduct their own due diligence, not rely on the financial assumptions or estimates displayed on this website, and are encouraged to consult with a financial advisor, attorney, accountant, and any other professional that can help you to understand and assess the risks associated with any investment opportunity.

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This Confidentiality Agreement (the "Agreement"), effective as of the date of your acceptance by clicking the appropriate button below (the "Effective Date"), is by and between you (the "Recipient") and Unlistedkart Inc. WHEREAS, in connection with Recipient's consideration of a possible transaction (the "Transaction") relating to certain investment opportunities presented by Unlistedkart Inc. or its affiliates (the "Disclosing Party" and such investment opportunities, the "Investment Opportunities"), the Disclosing Party has provided certain information which is non-public, confidential, or proprietary in nature; and WHEREAS, the Disclosing Party wishes to protect and preserve the confidentiality of such information. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants, terms and conditions set forth herein, and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows: 1. For purposes of this Agreement, the following terms have the following meanings: 1. "Evaluation Material" means all information, data, documents, agreements, files and other materials, whether disclosed orally or disclosed or stored in written, electronic or other form or media, which is obtained from or disclosed by the Disclosing Party or its Representatives before or after the date hereof regarding the Investment Opportunities and the Transaction, including, without limitation, proprietary analysis regarding the Investment Opportunities, and information and documentation relating to the Transaction and the operation of the Disclosing Party's business platform. The term "Evaluation Material" as used herein does not include information that: (i) at the time of disclosure or thereafter is generally available to and known by the public (other than as a result of its disclosure directly or indirectly by the Recipient or its Representatives in violation of this Agreement); (ii) was available to the Recipient from a source other than the Disclosing Party or its Representatives; or (iii) has been independently acquired or developed by the Recipient without violating any of its obligations under this Agreement. 2. "Person" means any individual, partnership (whether general or limited), limited liability company, corporation, association, trust, members of joint venture entities or other entity. 3. "Representatives" means, as to any Person, such Person's affiliates, and its and their respective directors, officers, employees, managing members, general partners, agents and consultants (including attorneys, financial advisors and accountants). Other terms not specifically defined in this Section 1 shall have the meanings given them elsewhere in this Agreement. 2. The Recipient shall keep the Evaluation Material strictly confidential and shall not use the Evaluation Material for any purpose other than to evaluate, negotiate and consummate the Transaction. The Recipient shall not disclose or permit its Representatives to disclose any Evaluation Material except: (a) if required by law, regulation or legal or regulatory process, but only in accordance with Section 5, or (b) to its Representatives, to the extent necessary to permit such Representatives to assist the Recipient in evaluating, negotiating and consummating the Transaction; provided, that the Recipient shall require each such Representative to be bound by the terms of this Agreement to the same extent as if they were parties hereto and the Recipient shall be responsible for any breach of this Agreement by any of its Representatives. 3. Except for such disclosure as is necessary not to be in violation of any applicable law, regulation, order or other similar requirement of any governmental, regulatory or supervisory authority, the Recipient shall not, and shall not permit any of its Representatives to, without the prior written consent of the Disclosing Party, disclose to any person the existence or contents of this Agreement. 4. The Recipient understands and agrees that none of the Disclosing Party, the Company or any of their respective Representatives: (a) have made or make any representation or warranty hereunder, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of the Evaluation Material or (b) shall have any liability hereunder to the Recipient or its Representatives relating to or resulting from the use of the Evaluation Material or any errors therein or omissions therefrom. The parties agree that unless and until a definitive agreement between the Disclosing Party and Recipient has been executed and delivered with respect to the Transaction, the Disclosing Party will not be under any legal obligation of any kind whatsoever with respect to the Transaction, including any obligation to (i) consummate a Transaction, (ii) conduct or continue discussions or negotiations or (iii) enter into or negotiate a definitive agreement. The Disclosing Party reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to reject any and all proposals made by the Recipient or on its behalf with regard to the Transaction, to terminate discussions and negotiations with the Recipient at any time and to enter into any agreement with any other Person without notice to the Recipient or any of its Representatives, at any time and for any reason or no reason. 5. If the Recipient or any of its Representatives is required to disclose any Evaluation Material, by law, regulation or legal or regulatory process, the Recipient shall take all reasonable steps to preserve the privileged nature and confidentiality of the Evaluation Material, including requesting that the Evaluation Material not be disclosed to non-parties or the public. 6. At any time upon the Disclosing Party's written request, the Recipient shall promptly, and in any event no later than ten days after the request, return all Evaluation Material (including all copies, extracts or other reproductions) to the Disclosing Party or certify in writing to the Disclosing Party that such Evaluation Material (including any Evaluation Material held electronically) has been destroyed. Notwithstanding the return or destruction of Evaluation Material, the Recipient and its Representatives shall continue to be bound by their obligations of confidentiality and other obligations hereunder. 7. To the extent that any Evaluation Material includes materials subject to the attorney-client privilege, the Disclosing Party is not waiving, and shall not be deemed to have waived or diminished, its attorney work-product protections, attorney-client privileges or similar protections and privileges as a result of disclosing any Evaluation Material (including Evaluation Material related to pending or threatened litigation) to the Recipient or any of its Representatives. 8. This Agreement shall continue for a period of three years after the Effective Date. 9. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of New York. 10. This Agreement sets forth the entire agreement regarding the Evaluation Material, and supersedes all prior negotiations, understandings and agreements. No provision of this Agreement may be modified, waived or changed except by a writing signed by the parties hereto. 11. If any provision of this Agreement, or the application thereof to any Person, place or circumstance, shall be held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, unenforceable or void, the remainder of this Agreement and such provision as applied to other Persons, places or circumstances shall remain in full force and effect. 12. Neither this Agreement nor any of the rights or obligations hereunder may be assigned by any party without the prior written consent of the non-assigning party. Any purported assignment without such consent shall be void and unenforceable.

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