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Thanks to Title III of the JOBS Act, for the first time in history, creators can let fans in and literally own a piece of the successful projects. True equity crowdfunding for all investors, regardless of income or net worth, was authorized by Title III of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act of 2012.
Observations about the Title III (Regulation CF) crowdfunding market, ten weeks into the launch of this new asset class.
Observations about the Title III (Regulation CF) crowdfunding market, 10 weeks into the launch of this new asset class: