Shareholders have approved a merger between Former President Donald Trump’s Truth Social parent company, Trump Media & Technology Group, and its special purpose acquisition company Digital World Acquisition Corp., a publicly traded shell company.

The merger followed its approval by the Securities and Exchange Commission last month after years of delay amid an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission into alleged pre-targeting by Digital World Acquisition Corp. Pre-targeting involves a special purpose acquisition company discussing a potential merger with a merger target before they are allowed to hold those discussions.

With the merger, Trump Media & Technology Group will now trade on the stock market under the stock ticker “DJT.”

In the merged company, Trump will own almost 79 million shares, which is estimated to add up to $3 billion to $4 billion at $44.17 per share. Per SEC filing, the presidential candidate stands to be the dominant shareholder in the merged company, with his stake pegged at up to 58.1%.

While there is a rule that locks up Trump’s shares for six months, the board could vote to waive the lock-up.

The merger comes ahead of a Monday deadline for Trump to post a $464 million bond in his New York civil fraud case. He already revealed in a Truth Social post on Friday that he has almost $500 million handy for the bond.

“Through hard work, talent, and luck, I currently have almost five hundred million dollars in cash, a substantial amount of which I intended to use in my campaign for president,” he wrote, adding, “The often overturned political hack judge on the rigged and corrupt A.G. case, where I have done nothing wrong, knew this, wanted to take it away from me, and that’s where and why he came up with the shocking number which, coupled with his crazy interest demand, is approximately $454,000,000.”