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Help Fund A Veteran

CrowdEngine is proud to share one of our most recent success stories!
Help Fund A Veteran is the only online crowdfunding platform specifically set up to assist military veterans in raising the capital necessary to start and sustain successful events, franchises and businesses. Users can personalize their campaigns to fit the visual identity of their brands and grow their campaigns through…

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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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All About Regulation D Crowdfunding

At CrowdEngine we pride ourselves on understanding our clients needs, the regulations, and helping our clients succeed in the crowdfunding and Fintech industry. If you’re not familiar with the new crowdfunding rules and you want to get involved, it’s important to learn all you can about the rules.

Whether you’re a venture capital firm, angel group, startup, or real estate professional,…

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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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How The Recent Title III Vote Impacts Intrastate Crowdfunding

How The Recent Title III Vote Impacts Intrastate Crowdfunding
Below are some of the media notes forwarded to us by our industry partners from the Title III vote this morning. These notes focus more specifically on the updates to Intrastate Crowdfunding regulations:

Statement at Open Meeting on Regulation Crowdfunding and Securities Act Rules 147 and 504
SEC Chair Mary Jo White
October 30, 2015
Good morning. …

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Title III Crowdfunding Refresher

Understanding Title III of the JOBS Act
Owning a crowdfunding portal is like having your own NYSE, NASDAQ or OTC exchange. Despite some obvious key distinctions, such as the number of securities listed, they are conceptually the same. It is a place where investors may come to view offerings of securities. In the case of crowdfunding portals, this most often means…

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Build vs Buy: Crowdfunding Portals

Should I Build or Should I Buy?

The decision to start a crowdfunding portal project can be difficult. Most organizations who want to establish access to new capital via the web, showcase their deal flow, and streamline the investment process, also wish to avoid becoming a technology company in the process. Furthermore, portal owners want the ability to maintain control over…

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