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Small Business Bonds: SMBX Raises $2.5 Million Seed Round

SMBX,  an online investment platform issuing securities under Reg CF, has raised $2.5 million in seed funding in a round led by Better Ventures with participation from Impact America Fund (IAF), Unpopular Ventures and others, according to a note from the company. SMBX is a… Read More

SMBX Announces First Two Issuers For the Small Business Rebuild Bond Program

SMBX, a marketplace for buying and selling small-business bonds, announced on Thursday the first two issuers for its small business rebuild bond program, which is running in tandem with the company’s regular Small Business Bond Program. SMBX reported that through the program offers small business… Read More

SMBX Partners With Degrees Plato to Launch New Small Business Bond Offering

SMBX, a marketplace for buying and selling small-business bonds, announced on Friday it has teamed up with Degrees Plato, a U.S.-based owned-and-operated taproom, bottleshop, and Mexican kitchen, to launch the Degrees Plato’s (PLTO) Small Business Bond offering. According to SMBX, the offering enables investor to… Read More

SMBX Closes on “Worlds First” Small Business Bond Issued by Bernal Cutlery

“Be the bank,” is what SMBX tells its users, encouraging investors to provide access to debt capital for small businesses that typically struggle to get a loan from old finance. SMBX, a blockchain-powered platform that recently received FINRA approval to operate as a Reg CF… Read More

SMBX: Small Business Bond Platform Now Available in Apple App Store

SMBX, a regulated Reg CF crowdfunding platform, has had its App approved by Apple. If you are curious, you may download it here. SMBX is a debt focused crowdfunding platform where small businesses may seek financing from a bank alternative. As most people know, small… Read More

Reg CF Update: Three New FINRA Regulated Portals Enter – One is Blockchain Based, One is Canadian & One to Finance Videos

Reg CF (Regulation Crowdfunding) is a unique securities rule that allows companies to raise up to $1.07 million from both accredited or non-accredited investors. Created by the JOBS Act of 2012, Reg CF is the smallest of the three online capital formation exemptions. Reg D… Read More

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