Associated Challenges and Risks:

It is the responsibility of any purchaser of $MTG to inform themselves of, and observe and comply with, all applicable laws and regulations of any relevant jurisdiction. Prospective purchasers of any $MTG should consider the risk factors identified in this section.
If any of the above risks materialise, it could have a negative impact on the Issuer's financials and operating performance which may hinder the Issuer's ability to meet its obligations under this white paper. The challenges and risks are identified by the Issuer's board of directors as of the date of registration of this white paper.
This does not exclude the possibility of other risk threats and the buyer should be aware that the impact on the Issuer may be greater due to a combination of several risks materializing simultaneously. One of the main challenges of the project is the rate of adoption by the community of artists and creators to start exchanging assets, which will be a key point for the generation of demand for $MTG.
For this reason, we are focused on developing a strong and multiplatform product that can be massively distributed, offering a tool to create Low Poly art focused on solving community problems and needs. Therefore, we are developing a strong community.
The success rate of the project will depend on the consumers' priorities and preferences and their ability to quickly anticipate, identify and take advantage of these priorities and preferences. The Issuer operates in an emerging and disruptive industry that is developing rapidly and dynamically.
Specifically, regarding public knowledge and understanding of emerging technologies, such as distributed ledger technologies, smart contracts, and other innovative technology arrangements, are still limited as of the record date of this white paper. The risks arising from them may not be fully understood yet and additional risks may arise in the future.
Since the Issuer's business depends on the continued and proper functioning of its technology infrastructure, the Issuer is subject to a number of risks related to its proper maintenance. These risks include, but are not limited to, cyber-attacks, data theft or other unauthorized use of data, and other malicious interference. Some parts of the infrastructure may be outsourced to third parties.
In these cases, the Issuer depends on the technological agreements developed by said third parties for the operation of its company, and is exposed to the risk of failures in said technological agreements. The Issuer is subject to various laws, including the regulations and rules issued thereunder, and is exposed to risk in relation to changes in laws and the timing and effects of changes in the respective legislation. This includes changes in the interpretation of the same that cannot be predicted by the Issuer.
The growth of the Issuer and its company is partially attributable to the efforts and abilities of the members of its management team and other key personnel, in particular its board of directors. If one or more of the members of this team are unable or unwilling to continue in their current position, the Issuer may not be able to replace them at short notice, which could have a material adverse effect on the Issuer's business.