Category Archives: intrastate crowdfunding

With Acquisition, A New Chapter for Vermont’s Milk Money

Milk Money, a Vermont-only crowd investing portal, has been acquired, signaling a new phase for the platform—and perhaps the intrastate crowdfunding market as well. The two-year old intrastate crowdfunding platform’s new owner is the Vermont Innovation Commons, a regional innovation hub in Burlington combining a startup accelerator, co-working space and residential units under one roof. The […]

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With Help From State Crowdfunding Law, an Alaskan Brewery Looks to Expand

Many U.S. cities these days are dotted with microbreweries vying for attention. But for residents of Sitka, a tiny Alaskan city nestled below Baranof Island’s glacier-carved mountains and accessible only by boat or plane, their lone microbrewery is a vital part of the community. Baranof Island Brewing Co. was founded in 2010 by Rick Armstrong, […]

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A Milestone For Oregon’s Community Public Offering

Judy Goodman has always been a trailblazer of sorts—you have to be, working as a research biologist, artist, yurt builder and chocolatier in the mountainous interiors of the Pacific Northwest, as she has. That rugged lifestyle—and many hours spent hiking, camping and skiing with her family— led to her latest venture: BGood Bars, which makes […]

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Colorado’s Intrastate Crowdfunding Law Begins to Take Hold

Colorado is a hotbed of entrepreneurship, with a vibrant mix of startups creating everything from natural food brands to financial tech. So it’s been puzzling to see the state’s crowdfunding efforts take so long to gain traction. The Colorado Crowdfunding Act was passed in March 2015 and went into effect August 2015. It allows local […]

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Want a Intrastate Crowdfunding Law in Your State? Read This.

Since 2011, 35 states plus the District of Columbia have passed laws that allow investment crowdfunding within their borders. At the recent ComCap conference, state leaders discussed their state laws, including what’s working and what’s not. If your state is one of the 15 or so without an intrastate crowdfunding exemption, or with one in […]

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Is it Time for State-Based Crowdfunding to Shine?

What do Alaska, Florida, Texas and Vermont have in common? They’re among the 34 states that have passed state-based crowdfunding laws. When it comes to crowdinvesting, most of the attention goes to the JOBS Act, the 2012 federal legislation that gave us Regulation Crowdfunding, Regulation A+ and other provisions that make it easier for small […]

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Is it Time for State-Based Crowdfunding to Shine?

What do Alaska, Florida, Texas and Vermont have in common? They’re among the 34 states that have passed state-based crowdfunding laws. When it comes to crowdinvesting, most of the attention goes to the JOBS Act, the 2012 federal legislation that gave us Regulation Crowdfunding, Regulation A+ and other provisions that make it easier for small […]

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Is it Time for State-Based Crowdfunding to Shine?

What do Alaska, Florida, Texas and Vermont have in common? They’re among the 34 states that have passed state-based crowdfunding laws. When it comes to crowdinvesting, most of the attention goes to the JOBS Act, the 2012 federal legislation that gave us Regulation Crowdfunding, Regulation A+ and other provisions that make it easier for small […]

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Should States Create Their Own ‘Regulatory Sandboxes’?

Before the JOBS Act became federal law in 2012, Kansas and Georgia already allowed investment crowdfunding within their borders.  Today, more than 30 states have adopted intrastate crowdfunding laws, underscoring their role as experimental laboratories of democracy. One forward-thinking state, Michigan, has passed a complementary local stock market law. Could regulatory sandboxes be next? In […]

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Should States Create Their Own ‘Regulatory Sandboxes’?

Before the JOBS Act became federal law in 2012, Kansas and Georgia already allowed investment crowdfunding within their borders.  Today, more than 30 states have adopted intrastate crowdfunding laws, underscoring their role as experimental laboratories of democracy. One forward-thinking state, Michigan, has passed a complementary local stock market law. Could regulatory sandboxes be next? In […]

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