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Start-Ups Bill and IdeaScale’s Crowdfunding Platform

The news has reported several times over at this point that the Senate has voted to approve the JOBS Act (Jump-start Our Business Start-ups), which (among other things) allows for the crowdfunding of capital of up to $1 million annually without needing to register the shares for public trading with the Securities and Exchange Commission. … Continued

What’s the Haps with Crowdfunding?

This November the House of Representatives passed HR 2930 (the “Entrepreneur Access to Capital Act,” a bill that allows startups the ability to utilize crowdfunding in order to source capital). This bill marks a new era for crowdfunding in which startups can offer securities through social mediums in order to grow their businesses. The bill, … Continued