Once upon a time it would have been called a whip-round. Earlier this month, Chancellor Phillip Hammond hailed the "growing importance" of crowdfunding - the 21st century, fintech-powered version that emerged from the ashes of the global financial crisis.
And so he might.
In the last two years equity-based crowdfunding - whereby the many invest a little each in return for a stake in the business and bypassing the closed, esoteric world of venture capital and angle investing in the process - has grown by almost 300 per cent.
With a reputation for a heady mix of the slim chance for big...
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