Business angels and venture capitalists are not the only sources of funding a startup: crowdinvesting (i.e., equity crowdfunding) is another popular opportunity that’s been successfully practiced for a long time. Almost like Kickstarter, but instead of a product, you get equities.

Information on the topic is scarce, so we decided to put all the main figures and facts in one article.

Equity crowdfunding happens when people (the “crowd”) invest in a company that is not yet listed on the stock market, in exchange for shares in that company. Shareholders make a profit in case of a company’s success. …

Ivan Kuznetsov

Product Manager in Fintech.

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