CROWDFUNDING

what is

Cowdfunding refers to a methodology of raising funds online, typically the raising of small amounts of money from a large group of people. It is estimated that over $34 billion was raised through crowdfunding in 2015 alone, of which Reward-based and Donation-based Crowdfunding raised $5.5 billion.

Crowdfunding usually involves three parties, namely:
i. the initiator who propose a project or idea or cause to be funded
ii. the funder who supports the idea, usually with money
iii. the host (or service provider) who provides the platform or solution that brings the two parties together.

There are at least four types of crowdfunding platforms, namely:
i. Equity Crowdfunding - invest in exchange for equity in the company
ii. Debt Crowdfunding – give loans with the expectation of a return of principal plus interest
iii. Rewards Crowdfunding – fund ideas in exchange for a reward
iv. Donation Crowdfunding – donate in support of a “charitable” cause
Cowdfunding refers to a methodology of raising funds online, typically the raising of small amounts of money from a large group of people. It is estimated that over $34 billion was raised through crowdfunding in 2015 alone, of which Reward-based and Donation-based Crowdfunding raised $5.5 billion.

Crowdfunding usually involves three parties, namely:
i. the initiator who propose a project or idea or cause to be funded
ii. the funder who supports the idea, usually with money
iii. the host (or service provider) who provides the platform or solution that brings the two parties together.

There are at least four types of crowdfunding platforms, namely:
i. Equity Crowdfunding - invest in exchange for equity in the company
ii. Debt Crowdfunding – give loans with the expectation of a return of principal plus interest
iii. Rewards Crowdfunding – fund ideas in exchange for a reward
iv. Donation Crowdfunding – donate in support of a “charitable” cause
Cowdfunding refers to a methodology of raising funds online, typically the raising of small amounts of money from a large group of people. It is estimated that over $34 billion was raised through crowdfunding in 2015 alone, of which Reward-based and Donation-based Crowdfunding raised $5.5 billion.

Crowdfunding usually involves three parties, namely:
i. the initiator who propose a project or idea or cause to be funded
ii. the funder who supports the idea, usually with money
iii. the host (or service provider) who provides the platform or solution that brings the two parties together.

There are at least four types of crowdfunding platforms, namely:
i. Equity Crowdfunding - invest in exchange for equity in the company
ii. Debt Crowdfunding – give loans with the expectation of a return of principal plus interest
iii. Rewards Crowdfunding – fund ideas in exchange for a reward
iv. Donation Crowdfunding – donate in support of a “charitable” cause
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CROWDFUNDING

CROWDFUNDING

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