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Bitzumi Launches First Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Related Reg A+

Yesterday, Bitzumi announced its Regulation A+ offering with the goal of raising $10 million USD. Co-founded by James Altucher and Scot Cohen, Bitzumi is a digital content and asset platform that plans to enable users to transact in the cryptocurrency and blockchain marketplace. Bitzumi is building a next generation decentralized exchange and acquiring a network of crypto and blockchain related digital

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Publicly-Traded Companies Should Act Like One

A recent guest post on PubCoCEO.com by Joshua Levine & Robert Ferri looked at “Intelligent IR: Research-Driven Investor Relations for Small and Microcap Companies.” In the post, the authors made the point that publicly traded companies should act like one. Those in the microcap space have probably become accustomed to corporate executives of micro- and small-cap firms complaining about the expense

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ADOMANI Closes S-1 Secondary At Large Discount to Reg A+ IPO

Earlier this month, ADOMANI, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADOM) announced the closing of a registered public offering at a relatively large discount to its June 2017 Reg A+ IPO. In June, ADOMANI raised $14.261 million through Regulation A+ by selling 2,852,275 million shares of common stock at a price of $5.00 per share. Following the Reg A+ offering, ADOMANI listed on Nasdaq. ADOM shares

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Ten Tips For Entrepreneurs Who Decide to Go Public [Guest Post]

Guest Post By: Robert F. Licopoli First a disclaimer, this article is written for entrepreneurs by an entrepreneur. I’m not a lawyer, accountant, or a financial services expert. I’m someone who is passionate about building a successful business and wrote this article about my personal experiences. In no way is this article meant to be a legal advice or a thorough

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Three Ways Broker-Dealers Have Improved the Reg A+ Space

In a recent interview with Crowdfund Insider, Darren Marble, CEO and founder of CrowdfundX, shared three ways that broker-dealers have improved the Reg A+ space. Marble says, “The biggest change since June, 2015, when Reg A+ first went into effect, is that traditional capital markets players such as underwriters and broker-dealers are now participating in the market and adding measurable value

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