20 posts and columns on JOBS Act
MicroVentures said today that it has facilitated $16 million in equity crowdfunding investments, the type that regular people might be able to participate in after the JOBS Act gets implemented, but for now are limited to accredited investors. That space keeps growing; FundersClub claims $5 million invested to date, AngelList, $7.8 million and CircleUp, $10 million.
News ByteSenate version. The new bill reduces the amount that unaccredited investors are allowed to contribute to “crowdfunding” for small companies. It also pushes the maximum number of shareholders a private company can have without falling under financial reporting regulations to 2,000, from 500.