As major traditional crowdfunding companies like IndieGoGo adopt the Regulation A+ vehicle to raise crowdfunding money, you’re going to see more “Crowdfunding Portals” appear. Portals list Reg.A+ projects to help market them to a targeted audience. However, these portals and the way they operate are very different from what “traditional” crowdfunding websites offer and the ways investors can take advantage of the projects they invest in. In our latest “Reg A Money Show” podcst, we go through what those differences are and what every investor (and crowdfunding entity) need to know to successfully move forward with Regulation A+. You can listen to the archive below:
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