Reverse Vesting is when founders receive all their shares and rights in those shares up front, but the shares are subject to repurchase by the company if the founder leaves. Then, the vesting schedule details that the longer the founder stays with the company the more shares vest and are safe from repurchase if the founder leaves the company.Silicon Valley Review – Season 2, Episode 1
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