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Opening the Floodgates: What is Holding Back the Crowdfunding Tsunami?

Equity crowdfunding platforms have democratized the way that individuals and organizations raise and invest capital, by lowering the previously high barrier to entry for investment. And, ever since these platforms emerged, expectations have been high about the effects that this new utilitarian form of investment… Read More

Is Regulation Killing The Blockchain? How Blockchain Can Adapt to New Laws While Sticking to its Original Principles

The blockchain has revolutionized a number of industries, but none so much as the financial sector. From equity crowdfunding platforms which allow users to buy shares in projects with tokens, to startups raising funds through initial coin offerings (ICOs), to token exchanges where users can… Read More

Bloomio CEO Maxim Lyadvinsky Comments on Key Issues, Growth and Blockchain Sector Predictions

Max Lyadvinsky

Last week Bloomio AG, a Swiss-based blockchain-based equity crowdfunding platform that allows investors to fund startups in return for tokenized shares, added a new board of independent experts to conduct due diligence of  potential strength and scalability of startups applying to raise on the platform.  New members include NeoFelis… Read More

Blockchain Powered Crowdfunding Platform Bloomio Raises Additional Seed Capital

Bloomio AG, a Zug – Switzerland based blockchain-powered equity crowdfunding platform, has raised additional CHF 700,000 CHF in growth capital from a group of investors. The additional funds will be utilized by Bloomio to develop and scale its platform to offer tokenized securities including a… Read More

Bloomio Wants to Redefine Venture Capital with Launch of Blockchain based Crowdfunding Platform

  Bloomio, a Zug, Switzerland based Fintech startup, has launched a new spin on equity crowdfunding. Bloomio is adopting Blockchain to allow early stage companies to raise equity capital in tokenized funding rounds. Having completed the first seeding round, raising CHF 700,000 from founders and private… Read More

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