Crowd Funding Is The Greatest Con Or The Greatest Opportunit



Why are crowd funding platforms making hundreds of millions of dollars, crowd funders get their projects funded -- but donors get nothing but meaningless rewards for funding new projects? Surely there has got to be a better way to include donors in the crowd funding process? It's not fair.

Well, let’s start with the good news: Crowd funding is a once in a lifetime opportunity for just about anyone to raise money he or she needs to finance a business, an event, music, films or any other idea. The industry has grown from $2.7 billion in 2012 to $34.5 billion in 2015 and is expected to grow to $96 billion by 2025.

Its rapid growth is helping hundreds of thousands of people and entrepreneurs to pay off bills or realize their dreams—and help many crowd funding portals to pockets hundreds of millions of dollars in transaction fees.

In fact, there will be more than 2,000 crowd funding sites to choose from by 2016—and the industry will soon surpass venture capital and angel investing as the #1 form of funding for small businesses allowing more than 250 million Americans to participate and invest for the first time under new equity crowd funding laws.


Most crowd funding platforms are creating opportunities for a few entrepreneurs and massive fees for crowd funding portals at the expense of people whom are offered nothing in return, or meaningless rewards, untested products and most NEVER share in the success of the businesses they help to finance. To read the full story please visit

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