Tagged: missouri

i2c, a Provider of Digital Banking and Payments Solutions, Partners with The Bank of Missouri

i2c Inc., a provider of banking and payments solutions, announces a five year partnership with The Bank of Missouri (TBOM), a community bank renowned for its pioneering digital banking initiatives. Through this alliance, the bank provides fintechs the ability “to more quickly offer a full… Read More

Fintech CSI, a Provider of Financial Software, Acquires Hawthorn River, a Loan Origination System Provider

CSI, a provider of end-to-end financial software and technology, announced today it has acquired St. Louis, Missouri-based software provider Hawthorn River, which offers a modern, single-platform loan origination system (LOS) “purpose-built for community banks.” The transaction reportedly follows “a successful commercial partnership between the two… Read More

BIGG Digital Assets Subsidiary Netcoins Launches in the US

BIGG Digital Assets Inc. (CSE: BIGG), owner of Netcoins, the online cryptocurrency brokerage that makes it easy for North Americans to buy, sell, and understand cryptocurrency, and Blockchain Intelligence Group, a developer of blockchain technology search, risk-scoring and data analytics solutions, is pleased to report… Read More

Missouri’s Seymour Bank Teams Up with Teslar Software to Streamline Lending Process

The Seymour Bank and Teslar Software announced their partnership “to enhance the bank’s commercial lending strategy, increasing automation, efficiencies and accessibility through Teslar’s lending process automation platform.” Seymour, Mo.-based The Seymour Bank will “use Teslar to better track documentation and monitor exceptions.” They will also… Read More

Pie Insurance Announces Expansion of Service to Small Businesses in Alaska & Missouri

Insurtech startup Pie Insurance recently announced it is planning to expands its services to small businesses in Alaska and Missouri. As previously reported, Pie describes itself as a fast-growing insurtech startup that offers workers’ compensation insurance directly to small businesses. The company revealed it began… Read More

Missouri Issues Cease and Desist Orders Against Mavixbtc Crypto Brokerage

The Missouri Securities Division under Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft has issued cease and desist orders against an entity called Mavixbtc, which allegedly, “offers (cryptocurrency) brokerage and investment advisory services when it is not registered…” According to a release from the Secretary of State’s Office:… Read More

Kickstarter to Provide Childcare at the 2017 True/False Film Festival

Crowdfunding giant Kickstarter announced on Thursday it is teaming up with True/False Film Festival to bring childcare to the 2017 event. The True/False Film Festival described as an event that offers a four-day weekend of creative placemaking in which filmmakers, artists, musicians and others in… Read More

Gosnell’s Phelim McAleer Returns to Indiegogo With New Project That Reveals the Truth Behind the Ferguson Shooting

Last month, Gosnell campaign creator, Phelim McAleer, launched a project on Indiegogo to raise nearly $100,000 for their new production, FERGUSON, a play about the infamous shooting of black teenager, Michael Brown.  Sharing details about the project, McAleer wrote: “Thanks for having a look at the FERGUSON play. I think this is one of… Read More

#FergusonRebuild Initiative Launches GoFundMe Campaign to Raise $150,000

Continuing to do whatever it takes to stop the destruction of Ferguson, Missouri businesses, an initiative known as #FergusonRebuild has launched a crowdfunding campaign on GoFundMe to help save many of the town’s shops after multiple riots, due to the jury’s decision to not indict… Read More

Anonymous Campaign Organizer Reveals Darren Wilson’s Supporters Have Raised Nearly $500,000

His days as a police officer may be over for good, but it seems Darren Wilson won’t have to worry about creating a new career anytime soon. According to MailOnline, an anonymous woman has gathered nearly 200,000 Facebook supporters for Wilson to help raise more… Read More

More Ferguson Business Owners Turn to GoFundMe As Riots Continue to Destroy Shops

As the city of Ferguson continues to experience riots and devastation following the jury’s decision to not indict police officer Darren Wilson for the killing of teenager, Michael Brown, more and more business owners are launching crowdfunding campaigns on GoFundMe for receive more help in… Read More

Oscar-Nominated Filmmaker Amy Berg Launches Indiegogo Campaign For Black Male Crisis Documentary

Amy Berg, the filmmaker behind the 2012 documentary West of Memphis, has teamed up with actor Nate Parker and writer-director Matthew Cooke to create a new documentary called AMERICAN RACE. The film about the “black male crisis,” and  is to focus on the death of Ferguson’s Michael Brown,… Read More

Money360 Closes $2 Million Commercial Real Estate Loan on Peer to Peer Lending Platform

Money360, Inc., a peer-to-peer (P2P) real estate lending marketplace, has closed a $2 million commercial real estate loan crowdfunded by accredited investors. This was the third loan closed by Money360 in September. Money360 is on track to fund $25 million in peer-to-peer real estate loans before… Read More

The Huffington Post Reaches $40,000 Crowdfunding Campaign Goal on Beacon Reader For Ferguson, Missouri Reporting

Recently, The Huffington Post took to crowdfunding for freelance journalism using Beacon Reader.  The project is for the Ferguson Fellowship to ensure Ferguson, Missouri shooting receives constant coverage for the next year. On August 9th, a police officer by the name of Darren Wilson shot and… Read More

Supporters of Ferguson, Missouri Turn to GoFundMe & Fundly for Funding Projects

In the past couple weeks, small town of Ferguson, Missouri has been in the midst of infamous riots over police officer Darren Wilson shooting and killing an 18-year-old, Michael Brown, on August 9th. The town’s officials stated that Brown was a suspect in a robbery… Read More

Neighbor.ly Sees What Could Be The Largest Civic Crowdfunding Project Ever For Kansas City Bike Stations

Ten crowdfunding campaigns. $1,420,000 in funding sought. Six weeks to go. One nonprofit with one goal: to put bike share stations all over Kansas City, Missouri. Civic crowdfunding platform Neighbor.ly is currently hosting ten crowdfunding campaigns that represent ten possible future locations for bike sharing… Read More

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