The Next Generation of Crowd-Investing

Crowd-investing, more commonly known as crowdfunding, which emerged as an alternative or complementary means of financing thanks to web-based platforms, is becoming increasingly prevalent as a funding source among individuals, start-ups, and innovative companies. It is a chain of solidarity economy and provides streamlined investment by supporting the creation and open innovation.

Crowdfunding represents a method of raising funds from individuals or companies to help design or launch a project, principally by using online networking platforms.

In the systematic approach to crowdfunding, a person/developer ready to carry out a project supplicate for financial support from an undefined group of external contributors. In this case, the crowdfunding platform (CFP) is a fundraising channel for solving the economic shortage problem of start-ups allowing them to attract an extensive number of angel investors or backers and meet their financial targets.

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