Crowdfunding Laws by State
Crowdfunding is an opportunity for inventors, startups and existing small businesses to convert their social capital into funding. From customers to suppliers to their faith communities—and even fellow hobbyists, business owners launching a crowdfunding campaign may seek investors from among their professional and personal relationships.
We have provided this interactive crowdfunding legislation map to assist you in determining if raising capital or investing in local companies in your state is right for and available to you.
This map is being provided through a collaborative effort with Anthony J. Zeoli of Crowdfundinglegalhub, Crowdcheck and Georgia Quinn, Esq. of Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP and Breakaway Funding, LLC. Info updated as of October 2016,
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