PETERBOROUGH, N.H., May 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – US Crowdfunding Exchange, LLC, today announced it will soon be launching an equity-based crowdfunding portal on the heels of new legislation that was signed into law April 5th that will allow, for the first time, small businesses and startups to raise capital through the internet and social networking sites to start or expand their businesses. Prior to April 5th, only donation-based crowdfunding of projects has been allowed, but the new legislation means small businesses can now offer stock directly to the public.
The UScrowdfundingExchange.com is building its platform well beyond a basic portal – its platform will support its businesses and investors even after a company’s stock is offered and sold to the public.
“We intend to concentrate on creating an exchange that will support investors and companies after the IPO, as shares sold will be restricted and there will be SEC requirements that both investors and companies will need to continue to meet over time” commented Noah Tier, USCFX spokesman. “The IPO is really just the beginning of a relationship that needs to be well managed, and we are designing our platform to efficiently facilitate and accommodate this important long-term partnership,” Tier added.
The company expects to open its portal in the near future to entrepreneurs seeking a trading platform so they can begin the process of getting their company listed on the USCF exchange.
UScrowdfundingExchange.com was founded to enable individual investors to participate in the growth and success of small companies, while helping entrepreneurs succeed through grassroots funding, with special support for companies and investors after the initial public offering of stock. Harnessing the power of the Internet, Social Networking, and recently passed U.S. laws, UScrowdfundingExchange.com is a catalyst for change, jobs growth, and innovation. The company can be found online at www.UScrowdfundingExchange.com.
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