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Fund My Cause Review – Legit Opportunity Find Out Here…

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FundMyCause is a direct M2M donations platform where members voluntarily give and receive donations each month. It brings forth a new way of raising funds for various causes, whether it is for personal needs or a host of other worthy causes, such as schools, non-profit organizations, clubs, etc.     HERE IS A STRATEGY THAT WILL ENABLE YOU TO REACH YOUR GOALS FOR YOUR CAUSE IN THE SHORTEST TIMEFRAME LEVEL 1: CONTRIBUTOR 2 x 0.05 btc = 0.1 btc – 0.05 btc (move to 2) = 0.05 btc profit per month LEVEL 4: FUNDRAISER 16 x 0.2 btc = 3.2 btc – 0.5 btc (move to 5) = 2.8 btc profit per month LEVEL 2: HELPER 4 x 0.05 btc = 0.2 btc – 0.1 btc (move to 3) = 0.1 btc profit per month LEVEL 5: HUMANITARIAN 32 x 0.5 btc = 16 btc – 1 btc (move to 6) = 15 btc profit per month LEVEL 3: SUPPORTER 8 x 0.1 btc = 0.8 btc – 0.2 btc (move to 4) = 0.6 btc profit per month LEVEL 6: PHILANTHROPIST 64x 1 btc = 64 btc profit per month No More upgrades All monies go to your cause …

Why a New SEC Ruling Could Be ‘Revolutionary’ for Bitcoin Crowdfunding

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Jared Marx is an attorney at Washington, DC law firm Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis. He advises companies about bitcoin-related regulatory law and represents companies and individuals in civil and criminal proceedings. Here, he discusses why a new securities ruling is a potential boon for ‘crypto 2.0‘ and ‘bitcoin 2.0’ companies operating in the US. On Wednesday, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted regulations permitting crowdfunding for business startups. The new rules give businesses in the blockchain ecosystem an avenue to get financial backing from the best-educated investors out there: their users. I wrote last week about the challenges that ‘bitcoin 2.0’ companies face from the squishy definition of a “security” under US law. These new rules don’t resolve that ambiguity, but they do create a low-cost safe harbor for businesses that want to avoid uncertainty (and possible criminal exposure) by simply treating their token sales as sales of securities. Here’s how it works: prior to these rules, a company could generally sell securities only to wealthy individuals or after going through expensive registration with the SEC. Now, companies can file a mini-registration statement with the SEC and then sell securities to ordinary people, including over the Internet. As …