News and Articles About Equity crowdfunding
Eighty-five investors can now say they own part of The Hard Rock Hotel in downtown Palm Springs, Calif.
Regulators argue that the income requirements for accredited investors -- which were set in 1982 -- are in desperate need of an adjustment. Entrepreneurs and investors, meanwhile, dont want to see access to capital limited.
Provision of JOBS Act could change how businesses raise capital. But it faces regulations that could make it useless.
While crowdfunding has become a popular means of raising investment by giving rewards, there are some emerging platforms that want to take crowdfunding one step further.
Crowdfunding Platform Raises $4 Million to Fund Its Own Growth By -- You Guessed It! -- Crowdfunding.
Equity crowdfunding platform SeedInvest just completed its Series A round of funding by reaching out to investors through its own platform.
Nontraditional financing platforms are rapidly reducing entrepreneurs' cash squeeze while offering investors returns.
The popular crowdfunding platform unveiled new rules today that make it easier to launch a campaign.
A look at the eye-popping growth of the crowdfunding industry.
As the SEC works on final regulations for equity-based crowdfunding, one of the pervasive fears has been that non-professional investors will be swindled by fraudsters. But is there really reason to worry?
Recent editorials show that the difference between rewards-based and equity crowdfunding is misunderstood.
AOL co-founder Steve Case shares his views on the hits and misses of the two-year-old JOBS Act.
The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act, signed into law on April 5, 2012, fundamentally changed the fundraising landscape for entrepreneurs. Here's a look at what has changed and what's next.
Venture capital and angel investors are sinking money into startups that are innovating the way that buildings are bought.
Legal compliance company CrowdCheck has a new service allowing entrepreneurs to protect themselves as they get ready to fundraise.
On the last day of the public comment period over the proposed equity crowdfunding rules, a slew of stakeholders wrote into the SEC on the topic of liability in the case of fraud.
The JOBS Act and the proposed SEC rules really has nothing to do with the popular funding site. So what exactly is it?
The San Francisco-based fundraising platform secured a hefty pile of cash which it will use to grow globally and make its platform more mobile-friendly.
The Securities and Exchange Commission released provisional rules to regulate equity crowdfunding on Oct. 23. The comment period officially ends on Feb. 3, but there is no end in sight to the debate.
Fundable, the online platform for both donation and equity-based crowdfunding, has helped startups raise $50 million in 8 months. Here are its projections for the future of crowdfunding.
Michigan is the latest in a series of states to make moves to pass intrastate equity crowdfunding legislation.
Nick Loeb is working to spread the word on crunchy condiments, with the help of his fiancé, Modern Family star Sofia Vergara.
No idea, no problem. Platforms like Upstart and Pave allow entrepreneurs to crowdfund from accredited investors in exchange for a small cut of their future incomes.
Under the JOBS Act, there will be new ways to raise money. But not all fund-raising is created equal.
U.S. regulators are tied up in knots trying to figure out how to write laws for equity crowdfunding to prevent fraud. Perhaps they should take a page from the Dutch.
Equity crowdfunding proposes a fair shot for all entrepreneurs, but as with most things in a capitalist structure, only the strong will survive.