Let's be honest: fundraising sucks. Unless you're a seasoned entrepreneur who has top venture capitalists on speed dial, raising money to grow an early-stage startup seems like an impossible task.
Previously, only those with a net worth over $1 million could invest in startups. But in May 2016, the SEC adopted final rules of the JOBS Act, permitting Title III equity crowdfunding. BOOM - game changed. Now anyone can invest in startups.Equity Crowdfunding
Crowdfunding has been a popular concept for about eight years, ever since...
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