As a concept, equity crowdfunding took off in the UK in 2011 with the launch of Crowdcube. Since then, new equity crowdfunding platforms have been fast appearing on the UK funding scene, and they have captured the imagination of the media and the public.
Seeders was the first equity crowdfunding platform to be regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Since then the regulatory authority has taken an active role in monitoring all equity crowdfunding activities and offering a regulatory framework to facilitate these developments. Recently, three platforms have said that they have been...
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