Anti-Dilution Protection defined: Anti-dilution protection is protection from dilution when shares of stock are sold at a price per share less than the price paid by earlier investors. This is known as price-based anti-dilution protection. Anti-dilution protection, along with the liquidation preference, are two of the fundamental features distinguishing preferred stock typically sold to investors from common stock generally held by founders and employees.
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