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With the SEC's recent approval of equity crowdfunding, founders and entrepreneurs can now seek funding from non-accredited investors. In other words, there are more opportunities to raise thousands (and potentially millions) of dollars for a startup than ever before. But just because you can widen your...

On Oct. 30 (2015) the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted final rules to permit companies to offer and sell securities through crowdfunding, making it easier for smaller companies with capital formation, while providing investors with additional protections. Concurrently, the crowdfunding world experienced some interesting and monumental...

Investing in crowdfunded equity, debt and real estate represents a fundamental shift in business and asset capitalization. It's what's been truly termed as "democratization of capital." The opportunity for investing in these new asset classes will only proliferate when Title III is finally implemented. And,...