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The SEC Releases Crowdfunding Rules…Now What?

The SEC issued its long awaited proposed crowdfunding rules yesterday. NPR asked me for my thoughts on how it might apply and what to expect. NPR Interview More About the SEC Crowdfunding Rules Take a look at the SEC Draft … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding v. Rule 506(c) Offerings

A lot of folks are confused about the SEC’s repeal of the ban on general solicitation and how it relates to crowdfunding. Is general solicitation crowdfunding? The SEC’s repeal of the ban on general solicitation relates to accredited investor-only offerings … Continue reading

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What’s Crowdfunding Without Advertising?

Crowdfunding for equity is one of those ideas that appeals to a lot of people. It has “crowd” appeal, you could say.  Why not allow a great number of individuals (thousands) to each invest a little bit of money to … Continue reading

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My Holiday Wish List for Startups, 2013 Edition

What Congress Can Do To Make 2013 a Great Year For Startups By Joe Wallin Now that 2012 is winding down, it is worth considering what Congress can do in 2013 to make it a great year for startups. I … Continue reading

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Washington State Needs Its Own Crowdfunding Law

As you are probably well aware by now, Congress passed a federal crowdfunding law. This was really exciting, but the federal law is problematic for many, many reasons. What are the problems with the federal crowdfunding law? To name just … Continue reading

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