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Will Equity Crowdfunding Laws Be the Death of Kickstarter?
The JOBS Act and the proposed SEC rules really has nothing to do with the popular funding site. So what exactly is it?
Take a Step Back. Set a Realistic Goal for Your Crowdfunding Campaign.
You're not likely to raise a $1 million on Kickstarter. Here's how you should go about raising funds for your project.
If I Knew Then: Indiegogo Co-Founder Makes His Mark Helping Others Follow Their Passion
While Indiegogo CEO and co-founder Slava Rubin has made a successful business out of giving his fellow entrepreneurs the opportunity to share their work, he has had his fair share of missteps in achieving that mission.
You Can Now Embed Your Indiegogo Campaign on Your Website
With 'Indiegogo Outpost,' you can raise money from the crowd without having to direct any web traffic away from your own website.
States Charge Ahead With Their Own Crowdfunding Laws
Michigan is the latest in a series of states to make moves to pass intrastate equity crowdfunding legislation.
Indiegogo Co-Founder Says Become Obsessed With the Problem, Not the Solution
Danae Ringelmann decided that she had to democratize the way that money gets distributed. Everything else hinges off her commitment to solve that one problem.
Indiegogo's Slava Rubin on the Myths of Entrepreneurship
The Indiegogo co-founder says anyone can be an entrepreneur and no project is too small. And, yes, it's entirely possible that one day your mom might understand what you're doing.
The Next Big Thing in Crowdfunding: In-Person Events
When it comes to landing funding, a smile and a handshake still go a long way. Check out the latest wave in crowdfunding.
Delay in Crowdfunding Rules Hurts Foreign Entrepreneurs (Opinion)
Startups in emerging markets like Vietnam want to tap U.S investors, but capital won't flow until crowdfunding moves forward, writes Case Western's Michael Goldberg.