September 28, 2022
  • September 28, 2022

VNUE restructures $ 857,000 of convertible debt and interest into promissory note

By on September 27, 2021 0

NEW YORK, September 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – VNUE, Inc. (OTC: “VNUE”) announced today that its principal creditor, YLimit, LLC has agreed to restructure its existing 10% convertible note of $ 492,528 of the principal and $ 364,629 in interest at 8%, $ 857,157 non-convertible promissory note due and payable on September 30, 2022.

Zach Bair, President and CEO said, “Accepting this transaction is another tremendous vote of confidence from YLimit, our largest and longest-serving investor. May 17, 2021, Y Converted limit $ 963,000 from its debt to equity. Now they agree to restructure their convertible note into a simple promissory note. While I remained convinced that Ylimit had no intention of converting its debt and interest into what would have amounted to approximately 857,000,000 common shares, this restructuring sends a definitive message to our shareholders and investors. that any perceived overrun of these shares of a potential conversion to convertible notes is now completely eliminated. This puts the company in a much better position for its continued quest to bring OTCQB to market.

Mr. Bair continued: “The December 31, 2020 we had convertible notes to pay from $ 1,956,922, and a liability derived from $ 3,156,582 on our balance sheet. With this transaction, I am very happy to report that we have just $ 635,714 into convertible debt and our derivative liability is zero. “

About VNUE, Inc. (
VNUE, Inc., (OTC: VNUE) is a multi-faceted music technology company dedicated to monetizing the live music experience for artists, labels, writers and publishers, with products such as its platform instant content distribution form (www., exclusive licensing partner and pioneer “instant live” DiscLive (, and protects the rights of artists and writers with the technology of company Soundstr (MRT) music recognition ( The veteran entrepreneurs, artists and songwriters behind VNUE, led by a music and technology entrepreneur and recording artist Zach Bair (, are passionate about the future of their industry and ensure that the value of rights holders is not lost amid constantly evolving technology. VNUE also owns a 4.99% stake in RockHouse Live International, a new chain of concert halls and restaurants recently launched in Clearwater Beach in Florida, and growing globally, with new locations recently opened in Key West, Florida, and Oxford, MS.

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