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    Who Will Win the Future of Equity Crowdfunding?

    1. Angellist $24M Series A / Series B (reported combined total of Series A + B was $24M)

    2.CircleUp $14M / Series B

    3. RealtyMogul $9M / Series A

    4. CircleUp $7.5M / Series A

    5. Mosaic $6.5M / Series B (according to latest Reg D filing; round still open)

    6. FundersClub $6M / Seed

    7. Mosaic $2.5M / Series A

    8. SoMoLend $2.0M / Seed (no longer operating)

    9. RealCrowd $1.6M / Seed

    10. MissionMarkets $1.5M / Series A
    Read more here: http://www.thecrowdcafe.com/who-will...rowdinvesting/
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    dont know

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    this is very good post

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    Hm, I guess only time will tell.

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    Thanks for this
    jia

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    Good Post

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    nice post, thanks

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    I think it will be new entrants who have not entered the fray yet. The details of the business model are still evolving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmeliaG View Post
    I think it will be new entrants who have not entered the fray yet. The details of the business model are still evolving.
    I would agree. A lot of the already existing sites that have built up investor bases are all sort of monotonous and all doing the same exact thing. The new platforms that innovate and distinguish themselves may ultimately move forward. I just saw this site http://endvest.com and it piqued my interest. What do you guys think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericdonovan View Post
    I would agree. A lot of the already existing sites that have built up investor bases are all sort of monotonous and all doing the same exact thing. The new platforms that innovate and distinguish themselves may ultimately move forward. I just saw this site http://endvest.com and it piqued my interest. What do you guys think?
    I agree, it seems like it's becoming harder to differentiate some of these websites from each other. endvest has a unique, clean feel to it, though it seems like it just recently launched? if it gains more traction in the months to come i think it could potentially become a huge player in the real estate crowdfunding niche

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