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Funding Circle, the London-based P2B online lending platform, announced on Wednesday that it’s raised $150 million in a Series E round. While the terms of the deal weren’t disclosed, the raise reportedly values the company at over $1 billion.
In this Crowd Coffee: is crowdfunding losing its idealistic roots; crowdfunding helps a homeless person get into Harvard; Yao Ming's crowdfunding vineyard; crowdsourcing changing traditional business models; and more.
Title II, Title IV, intrastate exemptions, and even rewards-based crowdfunding — entrepreneurs looking to raise cash now have a variety of ways to do so from the crowd. This has led some to wonder whether there are still holes in the crowdfunding ecosystem that Title III crowdfunding can fill.
In this Crowd Coffee: how crowdfunding helped to build the Statue of Liberty; crowdfunding's scammers; five myths about crowdfunding debunked; crowdsourcing financial advice; the sharing economy and California's drought; and more.
Freelancer, the Sydney-based crowdsourced labor marketplace, recently published its jobs report for Q1, showing the job postings on the rise and those on the decline. The company, which recently hit the 15 million users milestone, has given its users access to over 7.5 million projects valued at over $2.2 billion (though not all of these had fulfilled).