Lizzy Hill * 5 min read
Who doesn't want to invest in the next billion-dollar startup? Ever since the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released its new rules for equity crowdfunding, unaccredited investors earning less than $100,000 a year can easily own shares in startups-leaving plenty of us dreaming of discovering the next Snapchat. But before you get too excited, remember that startups in the Billion Dollar Club are called unicorns for a reason. The startup game may not just be for accredited investors or the uber wealthy anymore, but it's still important to do your due...
The comment you're trying to see no longer exists.
Republic does not verify information provided by companies on this Portal and makes no assurance as to the completeness or accuracy of any such information. Additional information about companies fundraising on the Portal can be found by searching the EDGAR database.