D.J. Paul, a member of the SEC’s Advisory Committee on Small and Emerging Companies and founder of consulting firm DJP&Co., recently spoke with reporters at Bloomberg and the Washington Post about new Regulation A+ rules that were unanimously approved by the SEC. Paul says that Reg A+ can be seen as the first true investment crowdfunding, as it allows smaller companies to raise up to $50 million in a “mini IPO” and advertise their offerings to all investors.
Factom President, Peter Kirby, was featured in Coin Telegraph where he discussed the Factoid sale and how Factom is poised to provide a new level of transparency and accountability in record-keeping, thereby preventing future fiscal and political crises.
Lendio was lauded recently in the Wall Street Journal for raising $20 million to help connect lenders and borrowers through their Series C raise.
Jeff Ball, who runs the marketplace residential real estate lender Visio shares career guidance with Fortune about What Startups Want in New Hires.
Judd Hollas, CEO of EquityNet, was featured in the Chicago Sun Times speaking to the newest intrastate crowdfunding proposals in Illinois on how they are still not the best fundraising option for many businesses.
Wealth Migrate CEO Scott Picken shares his thoughts in MultiHousingNews on why crowdfunding is changing the real estate industry and helping to close the funding gap.
Lior Lavy, COO of Artizone, spoke recently in The Daily North Shore on his company’s vision and how it’s helping connect artisans to customers through innovative technology.
SXSW Accelerator Event Producer Chris Valentine connected with Texas Monthly on this year’s pitch competition and what’s new in the startup community.
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