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Education - December 20, 2018

What is A Seed Round Of Funding?

What is a SAFE And What Does It Mean For Me?

SAFE stands for Simple Agreement for Future Equity. It is an agreement between the company and the investors under which the investors receive a future stake in the company when a pre-specified conversion event occurs.History of SAFE was first introduced by Y Combinator’s Legal Dream Team in

What is a Bridge Round and How Does it Work in Equity Crowdfunding?

Bridge Rounds of funding are the rounds that occur after the seed round of funding and before the next big round of funding like Series A funding. They bridge the gap between the rounds to keep the company functional. What are Bridge Rounds? Bridge Rounds are undertaken by a startup when it

How Can A Startup Raise Capital Through Reg CF

RegCF or Regulation Crowdfunding is a method for early-stage private companies to raise capital from the general public, by publicly advertising their offerings on the internet.Through RegCF, the investors get securities (generally equity) in the company they are investing in, as an exchange for their investment. The amount of money

Reg A Tier 2 Offering: All That You Need to Know

A Reg A Tier 2 offering allows companies to raise up to $50 million in a 12-month period. It has certain specific eligibility, audit and filing requirements.The Emergence of Reg A Tier 2 OfferingA Reg A Tier 2 offering is one of the two offerings allowed under Regulation A. Under

Regulation A+ Tier 1 Offering Explained

Registration A+ allows two kinds of offerings-Tier 1 and Tier 2. Reg A+ Tier 1 offerings allow companies to raise up to $20 million per year from non-accredited investors and accredited investors.Background of Reg A+ Tier 1Under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, whenever a private company offers to sell

Democratization of Equity Crowdfunding with Title IV of the JOBS Act

Title IV of the JOBS Act allows early and later stage startups to raise up to $50 million from accredited and non-accredited investors.The Story of the Evolution of Title IV of the JOBS ActThe ability to invest in startups was initially only given as a privilege to wealthy individuals. Only

Why run a Regulation Crowdfunding campaign?

This guest post written by Jonny Price, Director of Business Development at Wefunder, was originally featured on Wefunder.One of the most common questions I get from founders is “why run a Regulation Crowdfunding campaign vs. raise money through more conventional means?” My answer is basically twofold: Money and People.From a

What is Angel Investing And How Does It Work?

Angel investing is the form of investment done by friends and family or high net worth individuals. They invest their capital in private companies that are in difficult early stages and get an ownership stake in the business or convertible debt in exchange. Angel investors are also known as informal