CrowdFunding

Raise capital from Non-Accredited Investors

Over the last 80 years the only means for raising capital for private companies was through investors accredited with the SEC – just 2% of the wealthiest U.S. citizens. But, on May 16, 2016 the JOBS Act went into effect, allowing private companies in their early stages to raise capital from all Americans, so long as the appropriate criteria are…

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March Regulatory Review

The regulatory landscape for cryptocurrencies is still in its infancy, and for the foreseeable future it will be subject to regular and unpredictable change. Here’s an overview of compliance events in March, ultimately the ICO market in the US is on hold unless its a security token, but thats good news for us we support US security tokens and international LYC…

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Top 5 reasons why you should participate in Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding is revolutionizing and disrupting the traditional capital raising and investing industries. Crowdfunding essentially eliminates the middleman increasing returns for both the investor and the issuer of the deals. Through the power of the internet, companies have access to investors worldwide and investors have access to investments previously only available to a select few.

(1) Investor prohibition is over! Crowdfunding provides…

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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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