New StartEngine SEC Filing Shows Reduction in Sales by Selling Stockholders & More Updated Raise Details

StartEngine will now be taking 80% of the raise, up from 50%, a move in the right direction but the practice is still highly unethical.

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In a new SEC filing by StartEngine, there has been a couple of important updates, albeit only slightly better. I haven’t finished reading the entire…

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Caleb Naysmith

Caleb Naysmith

I am a Law School student, Army Officer, and I write about Startups and Equity Crowdfunding! Top Writer in VC, Investing, Innovation and Startups. 175,000 Views

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