New crowdfunding platforms coming to the US

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A European crowdfunding company will launch in the U.S. after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted new rules last week which will allow start-ups to sell equity to anyone. Seedrs, the largest crowdfunding platform in Europe, announced this week it will start a beta test of its platform in the next couple of weeks. The test will allow investors to back a small selection of campaigns, and Seedrs will officially launch in early 2016. Seedrs allows all types of investor to purchase shares in small, growing companies. The company claims to have funded over 270 companies since launching and raised £3.5 million ($5.38 million) on average per month.

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