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RocketClub

Get startup shares in the products you use & love

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Republic

Where everyone can invest in startups & tokens

Republic is an investment platform, where anyone can be an angel investor with as little as $10. For startups, it's a place to get exposure and funding at the same time, while acquiring an army of loyal fans. 95% of Republic fundraises have been successful.

Jake Wayne- Co-Founder of Companion
Republic is pretty new, takes the kickstarter format but instead of crowdfunding it's crowd-equity...giving non-accredited investors the chance to invest in companies in their early stages. ๐Ÿ‘
CoinDesk
Initial coin offerings (ICOs) are evolving into an industry unto themselves. As in any growing business, you can tell this is happening when new third-party providers crop up with ever-more specialized services.
Inc.com
Small businesses now have the opportunity to raise as much capital as $1 million from the public. They can also solicit advice from high-profile entrepreneurs like Naval Ravikant, co-founder and CEO of AngelList, and Jason Calacanis, founder of Inside.com, and an early investor in Uber and Thumbtack.
17 Alternatives to Republic

BetaList

Discover tomorrow's startups, today.

Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I don't visit BetaList nearly as often as I do Product Hunt, but they do a good job curating beta products. Many people first post here, then on PH (at least until @rrhoover gets his beta program for makers going!).
Fredrik Aurdal ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ด- ๐Ÿ› ๏ธ Indie Maker ๐Ÿ— Secured.fyi
This one is popular. You can submit your startup for free, or pay for priority.
Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
Betalist shares a list of interesting startups every day, so they are a good option if you want to establish and build your presence.
17 Alternatives to BetaList

Fooji App

Rewarding fans for interacting with their favorite brands

The Fooji App is the first app of its kind that enables fans to receive physical experiences delivered instantly from the worldโ€™s largest brands. Redeeming an experience delivered on-demand is as easy as engaging with your favorite brands on social.

Fast Company
What: A promotional stunt for Silicon Valley, involving free sky-pizza. Who: HBO and emoji-based food delivery system Gofooji. NY, LA, SF ???? Season 5 of Silicon Valley is here ???? Tweet #Sliceline + ???? for your very own pizza from Sliceline to celebrate ????
NBC Bay Area
Now here's a way to use drones we all could get behind: delivering pizza. Drones were seen flying across San Francisco (and Los Angeles and New York) on Monday dropping of free pie to any Twitter users who tweeted out #Sliceline coupled with the pizza emoji.
Adweek
Free food, especially during the doldrums of a Monday afternoon, is a sure bet to capture people's attention. HBO made pizza dreams come true as the network teamed up with Fooji, a brand delivery agency, to send pizzas to Silicon Valley fans in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
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