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Similar to US Federal Reserve, Bank of Canada Works with MIT on CBDC Project

The Bank of Canada has announced a partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on a project to investigate the potential of issuing a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC). Some time ago, the US Federal Reserve made a similar announcement of a project with… Read More

Fundrise SEC Filing Provides Insight into For Sale Housing eFunds

Two recent filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have provided some insight into the progress of Fundrise’s eFunds. Last year, Fundrise launched two eFunds – both targeting “For Sale Housing” in two different markets: Washington, DC and Los Angeles. These new funds were… Read More

Washington, DC: The New Blockchain Hub in 2018

The global blockchain community gathered in Washington DC, the world’s policy and innovation center, on February 20th for the Digital Asset Investment Forum (DAIF) hosted by FinTech4Good. This was the second forum of DAIF global series in the year of 2018, serving as the launch… Read More

Prequel, the First DC Equity Crowdfunding Offer, Closes Fully Funded

Prequel, a new restaurant concept raising capital on EquityEats. successfully crowdfunded $220,100 from 339 investors closing over-funded.  The original target was to raise $200,000 for 10% equity for the startup firm. The funding round was all or nothing so the funding needed to hit the… Read More

State of the States: An Update on Intrastate Crowdfunding

As the S.E.C. continues to drag its feet on releasing final Title III crowdfunding rules, the intrastate crowdfunding movement shows no signs of slowing down. Here is a brief update as to the status of the enactment/use of intrastate crowdfunding exemptions in certain states. Minnesota… Read More

Washington DC Has First Equity Crowdfunding Campaign Under District Exemption

Last year Washington, DC legalized investment crowdfunding within the confines of the District.  The exemption allows companies to raise up to $2 million per year from the general public.  Investors who earn less than $100,000 are capped at $10,000. The first offer has just received the… Read More

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