By Adam Sharp on January 26, 2021
On March 15th, the fundraising limit on Regulation Crowdfunding (Reg CF) campaigns will go from $1.07 million to $5 million. Startups that raise capital using Reg CF are the deals that non-accredited investors can access. With the $1 million limit, Reg CF just wasn’t worth it for many promising startups. The rewards didn’t justify the efforts. But once the new $5 million limit goes live, I fully expect to see many serious startups utilizing this option.
By Adam Sharp on October 2, 2020
This month, U.S. equity crowdfunding platform StartEngine plans to open a “secondary market” where investors can buy and sell investments in startups that have already raised money using Regulation Crowdfunding and Regulation A+. This new service is…
By Early Investing on September 15, 2019
In this week’s Mailbag, the Early Investing team talks Silicon Valley investments and equity crowdfunding portals.
By Early Investing on May 12, 2019
This week, the Early Investing team tackles startup investing due diligence and Fidelity’s upcoming crypto trading service.
By Early Investing on October 28, 2018
We’re busy traveling this week, so we’re taking the opportunity to revisit a Mailbag we published over the summer. Its insights haven’t lost their relevance. - The Early Investing Team
By Adam Sharp on October 12, 2018
A quick rundown of the best reads of the week in pre-IPO startups and cryptocurrency.