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Walker reports that the first  bill prohibits fundraising through social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn, which the House bill permits, and that it legislates lower caps on what an investor can invest. The second bill puts even lower caps on annual investment amounts, and requires securities to be issued through registered broker-dealers or “funding portals.


Full Story: Forbes

Posted at 3:27am and tagged with: politics, USA, crowdfunding,.

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