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The State of Equity-Based Crowdfunding…Primed, Capitalized and Waiting on the SEC

National Press Club

Washington, D.C. February 18, 2013 – Leaders of the venture capital and Crowdfunding community, as well as leading small business advocacy groups, will meet with law makers, regulators and policy officials on February 19th to provide an in-depth review of preparations that the Crowdfunding and investment community have taken to prepare for the legalization of Equity-based Crowdfunding. The all-day event will begin with the State of Equity-Based Crowdfunding press conference to be held at the National Press Club on the 19th at 10am EST in the Murrow Room. Call in…

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Crowdfunding awaits key rules from SEC

Security and Exchange Commission

Congress created equity crowdfunding, but the Securities and Exchange Commission holds the infant industry’s life in its hands. The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act, passed almost a year ago, will let privately held companies sell up to $1 million a year in unregistered stock to mom-and-pop investors using the Internet and social media. But they can’t start until the SEC completes the regulations. The SEC missed its Dec. 31 deadline for publishing the regulations. Given its backlog of rule-making and the fact that its new chairman hasn’t been confirmed, it…

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Crowdfunding 101: ‘Reg-D’ vs. ‘Rewards’

Under the new leadership of Chairman Elisse B. Walter, the Securities and Exchange Commission is overdue in delivering the rules that will make it possible for startups to attain crowdfunding for equity from “ordinary Americans” (to borrow a phrase from President Obama). Here’s a quick guide to the two main types of crowdfunding out there right now.

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SEC: Don’t Make Crowdfunding Useless for Main Street

crowdfunding

Scott Shane: Washington needs to remember that uncertainty hampers hiring and investment, as I’ve explained here before.

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Crowdfunding could give small business a fighting chance

By Joel Freeborn The Security and Exchange Commission must establish regulations to allow entreprenuers collect start-up capital The United States has adopted a financial culture where banks are too big to fail and individuals are too small to succeed. The financial crisis and the consolidation of banking titans made it increasingly difficult for small business owners and hopeful entrepreneurs to obtain the crucial capital for enterprise. Small businesses need a new line of credit, and the solution is crowdfunding. Crowdfunding is “the practice of funding a project or venture by…

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