The United States is abuzz with crowdfunding. From discussions about the potential ramifications of the JOBS Act to the millions raised through rewards crowdfunding, the movement to raise capital online is gaining serious momentum. With all of this nationally-focused noise, it's easy to forget that crowdfunding is not an American institution. In fact, we were one of the later countries to catch onto crowdfunding.
The concept of crowdfunding has deep international roots, used frequently to finance book prints in Europe in the 17th century. Hopeful book purchasers were able to pre-order...
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