Clean your cap table with Rollups

No more chasing down investor signatures. Rollups retroactively clean up the SAFEs already on the cap table so companies get faster equity rounds and lower administrative costs.
How Rollups Work
Each direct SAFE means more administrative overhead and greater risk of delay during an equity financing.

With Rollups, companies can optimize their cap table while preserving the economic rights of their SAFE investors.

The Rollup Agreement contains a limited purpose power of attorney and a voting agreement that allows the company to sign conversion documents as long as the SAFE is converting according to its terms.

The result is effortless SAFE conversions during an equity round for both founders and investors.
Marie Schneegans
Co-Founder, Motif
“Motif signed over 30 SAFEs to raise initial funds. We feared chasing down all of those investor signatures in future financings. But our investors were happy to sign the Rollups Agreement, saving Motif ~$20,000 and ~2 weeks time.”
Rollup in 3 simple steps
Share your existing SAFEs
Tell us about your company and existing SAFE investors. The more SAFE investors you have, the more time and money you can save.

Works for any previously signed SAFEs

No capital contribution limits or restrictions

Works with international investors

Invite SAFE investors to sign
Easily invite your previous SAFE investors to sign the Rollup Agreement through AngelList. AngelList helps you keep track of the process and follow up with investors.

Replaces e-signature tools like DocuSign

Signed document storage built into the cap table

Track investors’ signature status and easily follow up

Enjoy a cleaner cap table
Now you can sign conversion documents as long as the SAFEs are converting according to their terms. The result is lower overhead for both founders and investors.
For companies with their cap table on AngelList, “rolled up” SAFEs appear as one row on AngelList's cap table so founders can view their cap table through the lens of required approvals.
With the AngelList Growth + plan, Rollups, RUVs, and cap table work together to optimize cap table and equity management.

For the best results, combine Rollups with AngelList cap table

No-fee migrations to AngelList cap table from any cap table provider

Flexible pricing

Rollup pricing is based on the number of investors that sign the Rollup Agreement.

Companies can save $1.2k in administrative costs per investor that signs the Rollup Agreement.

One-time Rollup

*FREE for founders <$1M raised


25 investor signatures included
$175/additional signature

Rollup Agreement

E-signature automation

Rollup reporting

  • Rollups are 25% off when purchased with RUVs.

Growth Plan


Unlimited investor signatures

Cap table & equity management

409A valuation ($1.5k value)

Fundraising automation

Investor updates

Data rooms



25 team members included
$10/additional member

Everything in Starter plan

Rollups, unlimited investors

3 standard no-fee RUVs per year

Priority onboarding and support

ASC 718

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Are Rollups different from RUVs?
Yes. RUVs streamline future fundraises. Rollups streamline previously signed SAFEs.

Neither change the financial terms of the existing underlying agreement

Rollups work for existing SAFEs

RUVs work for new SAFEs, equity rounds, and convertible notes

Both are available for a one-time fee or as part of AngelList pricing plans

Closing new investors? Learn more about RUVs
Build. Raise. Grow.
With Rollups, founders get access to a full suite of networked startup products—all in one place.