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  • bitcoinBitcoin (BTC) $ 49,045.00
  • ethereumEthereum (ETH) $ 1,569.58
  • cardanoCardano (ADA) $ 1.23
  • binance-coinBinance Coin (BNB) $ 250.08
  • tetherTether (USDT) $ 0.999977
  • polkadotPolkadot (DOT) $ 36.43
  • xrpXRP (XRP) $ 0.442770
  • chainlinkChainlink (LINK) $ 29.56
  • litecoinLitecoin (LTC) $ 181.34
  • bitcoin-cashBitcoin Cash (BCH) $ 539.17
  • stellarStellar (XLM) $ 0.423827
  • usd-coinUSD Coin (USDC) $ 0.999731
  • uniswapUniswap (UNI) $ 26.31
  • dogecoinDogecoin (DOGE) $ 0.051046
  • nemNEM (XEM) $ 0.719309
  • wrapped-bitcoinWrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) $ 48,994.00
  • aaveAave (AAVE) $ 391.55
  • cosmosCosmos (ATOM) $ 19.92
  • okbOKB (OKB) $ 17.07
  • moneroMonero (XMR) $ 225.39
  • solanaSolana (SOL) $ 14.64
  • crypto-com-chainCrypto.com Coin (CRO) $ 0.154980
  • theta-tokenTheta Network (THETA) $ 3.75
  • eosEOS (EOS) $ 3.77
  • bitcoin-svBitcoin SV (BSV) $ 188.75
  • tronTRON (TRX) $ 0.047828
  • iotaIOTA (MIOTA) $ 1.21
  • havvenSynthetix Network Token (SNX) $ 22.18
  • vechainVeChain (VET) $ 0.044748
  • tezosTezos (XTZ) $ 3.70
  • binance-usdBinance USD (BUSD) $ 0.999070
  • huobi-tokenHuobi Token (HT) $ 14.54
  • neoNEO (NEO) $ 38.34
  • ftx-tokenFTX Token (FTT) $ 30.44
  • cdaicDAI (CDAI) $ 0.021195
  • terra-lunaTerra (LUNA) $ 6.39
  • daiDai (DAI) $ 1.00
  • sushiSushi (SUSHI) $ 19.26
  • elrond-erd-2Elrond (EGLD) $ 142.17
  • the-graphThe Graph (GRT) $ 1.95
  • dashDash (DASH) $ 225.01
  • compound-governance-tokenCompound (COMP) $ 505.05
  • avalanche-2Avalanche (AVAX) $ 28.47
  • filecoinFilecoin (FIL) $ 38.38
  • kusamaKusama (KSM) $ 231.16
  • makerMaker (MKR) $ 2,243.96
  • leo-tokenLEO Token (LEO) $ 2.09
  • compound-usd-coincUSDC (CUSDC) $ 0.021661
  • compound-ethercETH (CETH) $ 31.47
  • decredDecred (DCR) $ 147.66
The Arizona State Corporate and Business Law Journal’s Winter 2021 issue features an article by Paul H Jossey, founder of thecrowdfundinglawyers.com.  Read the full article: https://bit.ly/2O6W6br By Jossey PLLC via www.thecrowdfundinglawyers.comread more >
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Crowdfunded revenue share loans hold promise for certain businesses raising capital during the pandemic. The SEC considered banning these Reg CF instruments along with other nontraditional instruments like SAFEs during its recent review and Final Rules vote. The Commissioners, however, kept them in Reg CF raises. (The Biden Administration’s plenaryread more >
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Biden administration officials placed a plenary hold on all new regulations on the new president’s first day. The directive covers all rules not already effective even if published in the Federal Register. The SEC voted to harmonize and simply private capital rules (Final Rules) on November 2, 2020. The Federalread more >
Neighborhood Sun, a Maryland Public Benefit Corp, completed it’s Reg CF raise on Wefunder last week raising $930k. The raise almost reached the current maximum 12-month offer limit of $1,07M. This raise shows how companies can use this new capital raising tool. Reg CF allows innovative companies to incorporate existingread more >
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New Demo Day rules, part of the SEC’s new private-capital raising rules, polices speech and hurts entrepreneurs and investors. Demo Days are sponsored “pitch” events where founders present to potential investors. Questions have long existed about whether these events trigger dreaded “general solicitation,” banned in Reg D 506(b). In theory,read more >
Reg CF SAFEs will stay. The SEC’s Final Rules reversed its proposal to remove Reg CF ‘nontraditional’ securities in its 18-month private-exemption review. Companies have used Simple Agreements for Future Equity (SAFEs), Simple Agreements for Future Tokens (SAFTs), and revenue shares in the Reg CF space, worrying the Commission aboutread more >
Paul H Jossey
Paul H Jossey, founder of thecrowdfundinglawyers.com participated in a panel at DC Startup Week titled Crowdfunding and the Different Models (alternative models for raising capital). The other panelists included Larry Bard, Partner at Shulman Rogers, Katherine Mereand, Program Manager for Innovation & Equitable Development at the DC Department of Smallread more >
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Tokenized apps are the Web 3.0 elixir to the poison brew supplied by our social-media oligarchs. But imbibing enough people to slay the giants won’t be easy. They have silos of cash, mass adoption, and political clout. And they enjoy their perch as America’s Overton-Window setters and cultural enforcers. Forread more >

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