Tag Archives: Rule 506(c)

CF Portal Now Accepting Crypto-Currency

StartEngine, a FINRA registered crowdfunding web portal, announced that it will take Bitcoin as a payment method for investing in equity offerings hosted under the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Regulation Crowd Funding. The cryptocurrency is transferred directly to the issuing … Continue reading

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Reg. D ICO Raises $125M From Accredited Investors

Intangible Labs, Inc., a Delaware corporation organized last year, apparently conducted a private placement of Simple Agreement for Future Tokens under Rule 506(c) of Reg. D and raised¬† $125 million from accredited investors for its Basecoin, a stablecoin project that … Continue reading

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Telegram ICO Claims Securities Exemption

The Telegram messaging app company has filed a Form D with the SEC noticing the advertised private placement of its Initial Coin Offering raised $850 Million from only 81 investors. The offering is not expected to run for more than … Continue reading

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Advertised Private Placements Take Off

Since the SEC amended Reg. D in 2013 permitting the advertising of private placements, there have been about 2,900 new offerings that planned to raise more than $37 billion in new capital. These issuers are required to take reasonable steps … Continue reading

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Investors Seem To Like Crowdfunding

Real estate crowdfunding is a leader in the crowdfunding space and apparently the smart money thinks that it can be profitable. Patch of Land, a real estate lender-borrower matchmaking platform, just received a $23.6 million investment in an oversubscribed Series … Continue reading

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SEC Permits Fall Back Verification Methods

The SEC has indicated that even if you cannot use one of the safe harbors under Rule 506(c) to verify that an investor is “accredited,” other evidence could be relied upon to do so under the “principles based” verification method. … Continue reading

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