Monday, May 30, 2016

Today In Crowdfunding News: Startup looks to take advantage of Crowdfunding with new loophole, Crowdfunding law off to slow start, Teraphysics sets $47 million Crowdfunding goal, Crabby Ol' Bill's snack spot seeks Crowdfunding for repairs, and more all brought to you by

New York Post
Startup looks to take advantage of crowdfunding with new loophole
The crowdfunding effort, if successful, will enable his company to expand its business of providing healthy food to urban areas well beyond Brooklyn.
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Crowdfunding law off to slow start
Equity crowdfunding is legal, so now you can invest in startup companies via the internet, even if you're not rich. But you'll have to follow new rules set ...
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Crain's Cleveland Business
Teraphysics sets $47 million crowdfunding goal
Teraphysics Corp. aims to raise $47 million through a form of crowdfunding often referred to as a “mini IPO.” After spending more than a decade ...
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Crabby Ol' Bill's Snack Spot Seeks Crowdfunding for Repairs
One of Duluth's most beloved boats may not be on the water any longer, but it still takes a beating from Lake Superior's powerful waves. Crabby Ol' ...
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WPRI 12 Eyewitness News
Crowdfunding page set up in honor of Providence woman killed in NH crash
Eyewitness News has learned Koelsch was a physical therapist at Performance Physical Therapy in East Providence. An Ohio native, she volunteered ...
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Music Feeds
Written by Zanda Wilson on May 29, 2016
Well now you can, for the cool price of US $600,000 – with the enigmatic American rock outfit launching one of the more bizarre crowdfunding ...
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New Zealand Herald
Papa Roach are putting up some weird and massive rewards for album crowdfunding
The rockers have started a crowdfunding effort via PledgeMusic to fund their next album, and the things they're selling off are...kind of weird.
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