With the passing of Title II of the JOBS Act in 2013, crowdfunding has become a popular method of raising capital in almost every industry imaginable. According to Crowdwatch, a platform for the identification and statistical analysis of private offerings of online securities, total recorded capital commitments rose to $649.8 million in Q1/2015 from $482.5 in Q4/2014, representing approximately […]

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