The *Real* Crowdfunding Investment
You've heard about rewards based crowdfunding (the Kickstarters, and Indigogos) of the world, but do you know about equities crowd funding?
With the anticipated Title III new regulations of the J.O.B.S (Jumpstart Our Business Startups) Act, which will allow for crowd funding on equities investments by accredited and unaccredited investors. Anticipated regulations will create a new asset class of investors with financial contributions making investments in businesses seeking new growth and ROI.
What does this mean to the crowd funding market? How can issuers and investors get educated in this "new asset class" and on potential opportunities for investors and/or investments?
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- Who can get involved in equities crowd funding, and what's that process look like?
- When do I look to equities crowd funding over a series A or B raise with investors offline?
- How do you anticipate this changing the startup market in the US in the short and long term?
- Is there any risk to unaccredited investors contributing with accredited investors? And why would accredited investors be willing to contribute alongside unaccredited?
- What impact does this have on overall crowd funding?
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