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Republic

A platform where anyone can invest in startups

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GlassDollar

Discover the right investors for your start-up.

GlassDollar is an investor discovery tool for founders who’d rather create than waste time on the fundraising process.

Based on your industry, start-up stage and location, GlassDollar shows you investors that are most likely to be interested in your start-up.

Medium
The short answer: probably not. While fundraising may seem like an obligatory step in the life of every start-up, it is often an imaginary need and can be the beginning of the end. Countless founders I met and interviewed in the process of building GlassDollar and writing this article, myself included, are so occupied with raising funds that the realisation … See more
Medium
A collection of the most useful fundraising tips and strategies written from founders for founders.
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Hardbacon

Netflix + Hootsuite for self-directed investors

Hardbacon is an iPhone app that syncs with all your investment accounts, analyzes your portfolio and helps you become a better investor. The app lets you know in plain English where your portfolio is vulnerable. It also gives you access to premium data from Thomson Reuters and thematic lists of stocks, ETFs and model portfolios.

BetaKit
Over the past few weeks, several FinTechs have made announcements launching new features and partnerships. Here's the latest on these company updates. Montreal-based financial literacy startup Hardbacon has launched its iOS app hoping to become the "Netflix for investment" in Canada.
Montreal in Technology
Hardbacon, the Montreal startup that returned from a stint at Queen City Fintech at the end of last year, has officially released its iPhone app this morning. The finance-focused app hopes to become the "Netflix of investment" in Canada, providing access to tools and financial data for just $5/month.
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Piggy

Investment app for Indians

Piggy is an app for Indians to invest in mutual funds to save for their retirement

TechCrunch
The name "Piggy" might seem weirdly uninviting for an investment app - which is serious business - but co-founder Nikhil Mantha says it holds a kind of comfort that should attract users in India to start building and tackling their own portfolio.
Firstpost
You've seen those mutual funds advertisements on TV, and probably shrugged a little. There's free gyaan, and then some more, offered by the enlightened to the envious ignorant. Rewind a little, and you will remember the breathless T & C statements that have followed these ads --mutualfundsinvestmentsaresubjecttomarketriskspleasereadtheofferdocumentcarefullyb… See more
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Airdrops by CoinList

The compliant way to award and collect tokens

Airdrops by CoinList is the first compliant way to award and collect tokens from new decentralized networks. Projects can bootstrap their communities, and users get access to the hottest new tokens.

Inside Bitcoins - News, Price, Events
This story was shared from this siteThe company has worked on token distribution and fundraising so far, but its latest product focuses on giving away tokens to spur user adoption. Facebook Comments
CoinDesk
Who thought giving something away c ould be so complicated? That's the question crypto innovators have had to come to terms with since the concept of " airdrops" - or the practice of gifting tokens in massive giveaways - has come under the scrutiny of government regulators.
Crowdfund Insider
CoinList, an independent platform spun out by team AngelList, has announced a new service: Airdrops by CoinList - a compliant way to award and collect tokens. Emphasis on compliance. As initial coin offerings (ICOs) are going mainstream and becoming professionalized, CoinList is adding a feature that is widely
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PieShell

Crowdfunding site for food + beverage entrepreneurs

HuffPost
I love a conversation that starts with me thinking one thing and ends with me thinking something completely different. That happened recently at a dinner with Cheryl Clements, Founder, and CEO of PieShell and WavenDean Fernandes of Perspective Branding. We were sitting in a funky little fondue place in San Francisco talking about crowdfunding and the whole f… See more
Inc.com
When you think of crowdfunding, you think of raising capital for a unique idea or cause. But what if I told you that crowdfunding can be much more than just a tool to raise capital? Since going mainstream in 2013, crowdfunding has grown worldwide to a volume of $16.2 billion dollars.
Forbes
PieShell is a new crowdfunding site dedicated to food and beverage startups. New York City-based PieShell was founded by Cheryl Clements, also the CEO, who is an immigrant entrepreneur from Canada. Despite the buzz around artisanal food products, popular farmers markets and food fairs featuring local small businesses across the U.S., there are almost no crow… See more
YouTube
CEO and Founder, Cheryl Clements, discusses how PieShell, a crowdfunding platform for food + beverage, is disrupting the market.
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What are the best tools for investing in non-public companies?

Justin Platz
Republic - A platform where anyone can invest in startups
"Republic is pretty new, takes the kickstarter format but instead of crowdfunding it's crowd-equity...giving non-accredited investors the ch… See more
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