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A Helpful Breakdown Of Astute Methods Of Crowdfunding

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vincentomww: A Helpful A-to-z On No-fuss Crowdfunding Tactics The rules allow for Texans to invest up to $5,000 a year through one or more deals offered on the platforms, which are vetted by the board. The board has approved six crowdfunding platforms, and...

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A Helpful A-to-z On No-fuss Crowdfunding Tactics The rules allow for Texans to invest up to $5,000 a year through one or more deals offered on the platforms, which are vetted by the board. The board has approved six crowdfunding platforms, and three more are in the approval process, spokesman Robert Elder said. The board didnt have any expectations on how quickly this would roll out, simply that Texas is a large enough capital market fundraising with enough entrepreneurs and investors to go forward with crowdfunding, he said. Crowdfunding had been limited to either equity deals through accredited investors (those with high net worths and incomes) or a donation where people received only free prototypes or promotional items in exchange for their money (think Kickstarter ). Texas is the 13th state to offer equity crowdfunding, in which a high income and net worth are not required. The Securities and Exchange Commission has looked at setting federal rules for equity crowdfunding for years

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A Helpful A-to-z On No-fuss Crowdfunding Tactics The rules allow for Texans to invest up to $5,000 a year through one or more deals offered on the platforms, which are vetted by the board. The board has approved six crowdfunding platforms, and three more are in the approval process, spokesman Robert Elder said. The board didnt have any expectations on how quickly this would roll out, simply that Texas is a large enough capital market fundraising with enough entrepreneurs and investors to go forward with crowdfunding, he said. Crowdfunding had been limited to either equity deals through accredited investors (those with high net worths and incomes) or a donation where people received only free prototypes or promotional items in exchange for their money (think Kickstarter ). Texas is the 13th state to offer equity crowdfunding, in which a high income and net worth are not required. The Securities and Exchange Commission has looked at setting federal rules for equity crowdfunding for years

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