|9 Months Ended|
Sep. 30, 2022
|Notes Payable [Abstract]|
5. Notes Payable
Notes payable consisted of the following:
Convertible Note Obligations – As of December 31, 2021, Nauticus Robotics Holdings, Inc. was obligated under five contingently convertible note obligations bearing interest at interest rates ranging from 4.25% to 10% per annum. Each of these contingently convertible note obligations were converted into shares of Nauticus Robotics Holdings, Inc. Common Stock in accordance with the terms of each such note upon closing of the Business Combination. Each share of Nauticus Robotics Holdings, Inc. Common Stock received was converted into (i) an aggregate of 5,299,546 shares of Common Stock and (ii) a pro-rata number of the total Earnout Shares in the Business Combination.
Upon closing of the Business Combination, we issued Debentures having an aggregate gross principal amount of $36,530,320 together with 2,922,425 SPA Warrants for proceeds of $35,800,000 inclusive of a 2% original issue discount. The fair value of the SPA Warrants was estimated to be $20,949,110 using a Monte Carlo valuation model incorporating future projections of the various potential outcomes and any exercise price adjustments based on future financing events. This amount was recorded as a warrant liability and, together with the original issue discount, was recognized as a debt discount upon issuance totaling $21,679,716.
The Debentures may be converted at the holders’ option at 120% of the principal amount at a conversion price of $15.00 or 2,922,425 shares of Common Stock. The conversion price may be adjusted downward for certain events including the issuance by the Company of dilutive instruments below the current conversion price. Interest accrues on the outstanding principal amount of the Debentures at 5% per annum, payable quarterly. The Debentures are secured by first priority interests, and liens on, all our assets, and mature on the fourth anniversary of the date of issuance, September 9, 2026.
The SPA Warrants contain similar anti-dilution provisions and are exercisable initially at $20 per share over their ten-year term at the holders’ option (further terms of the SPA Warrants are discussed in Note 10).
The debt discount is being accreted to interest expense over the four-year term of the Debentures. We recorded $193,946 of debt discount accretion in the three months ended September 30, 2022. The Debentures’ effective interest rate is approximately 25.2%.
RCB Equities #1, LLC Term Loan Credit Agreement – On December 16, 2021, we entered into a Term Loan Credit Agreement with RCB Equities #1, LLC (“RCB”) in the amount of $15,000,000 to provide funds for the Company’s working capital and general corporate purposes. The note bore interest at 13% per annum and was payable in 18 monthly installments of interest only through its maturity date of June 16, 2023. A 2% commitment fee totaling $300,000 was paid upon loan inception and reported as a debt discount. There was also a 5% exit fee, accrued over the note term, totaling $750,000.
On August 18, 2022, we signed an amendment to the note with RCB providing for an additional borrowing of $2,000,000, with no interest and a maturity date of 60 days from the funding date. We paid a $33,000 origination fee with an additional $100,000 fee due upon repayment.
The RCB note, as amended, was repaid in full including all accrued and unpaid interest and fees on September 12, 2022.
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