equity crowdfunding

How To Promote a Regulation Crowdfunding Portal

Getting the right exposure is essential for the success of any crowdfunding portal. Thankfully, new Regulation Crowdfunding regulations allow crowdfunding portals to advertise under certain conditions. While the issuers of Title III offerings are allowed to widely advertise both online and offline, the rules for portal owners are much stricter. Below we will introduce you to the can-do’s when advertising…

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All About Texas Crowdfunding

 

Texas crowdfunding is alive and well. While Title III may preclude it eventually, there is still a reason to work with your specific state to bring crowdfunding to the start-up community. CrowdEngine has been configuring a client’s portal to operate under the Texas intrastate crowdfunding rules and thought we would share our findings on the Texas governing rules for your enjoyment.   Its a good…

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Title III Crowdfunding Limits & Final Rules

 

Here’s a quick reference of the just-released issuing and investing limits granted in Title III of the JOBS Act are:

Allows a company to raise a maximum aggregate amount of $1 million through crowdfunding offerings in a 12-month period

Permits individual investors, over a 12-month period, to invest in the aggregate across all crowdfunding offerings up to:

$2,000 or 5% of the unaccredited investors…

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Summary of Title III Rules


What Passed in the Title III Vote
Earlier today, the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted final rules for Title III of the JOBS Act.  This long anticipated step makes way for U.S. companies to raise equity and debt capital from accredited and non-accredited investors through CrowdFunding in a simplified and hopefully, more cost effective manner. 
The final rules, Regulation Crowdfunding, permit…

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