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Soon everyone will be able to buy equity in video games

By  John Gaudiosi Crowdfunding startup Fig offers backers the chance to own a piece of the games they invest in. Crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo offer independent game studios the opportunity to get funding directly from interested gamers. But unlike traditional investors, backers don’t receive any kind of equity in the company. That changes […]

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Crowdfund Me: Understanding the Fundraising Potential of Regulation A+

Posted By Business.com Editorial Staff An A+ may be of interest to small businesses owners looking for investors. No, it doesn’t have anything to do with grades in school. It is a way for SMBs to raise equity through crowdfunding. Regulation A+ (more formally Title IV of the JOBS Act of 2012) officially became effective […]

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What is Regulation A? SEC Issues Investor Bulletin on Reg A+

By JD Alois The Securities and Exchange Commission only recently finalized rules on Title IV of the JOBS Act, commonly referred to as Regulation A+.  While old Regulation A has been around for quite some time, few utilized the exemption as it was encumbered with costly, and time consuming, state Blue Sky Review. The state […]

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Regulation A+: What It Means for Crowdfunding

By Nicole Fallon, Business News Daily Assistant Editor After a lengthy holdup in Congress, it’s official: Nation-wide policies allowing any interested person to invest in a business through equity crowdfunding will go into effect this summer. On March 25, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced its final set of new rules that will make […]

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