How are our network crowdfunding portals different from traditional crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo?

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On our network crowdfunding portals, consumers purchase securities (including but not limited to equity, debt, and revenue participation notes) in privately held companies.

Crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo allow people to donate money to campaigns in exchange for rewards. Once the backer receives the reward, the transaction is finished. The backer does not share in the company’s potential upside success and the company does not give up any portion of equity ownership to the crowd.

On our network crowdfunding portals, investors purchase securities in private companies. They do not receive rewards, they receive stock or another type of investment in private companies. If the company becomes successful, shareholders have the potential to receive a return on their initial investment.


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