Crowdfunding has become increasingly popular in recent years online. It offers new projects or businesses the chance to raise money from a wider audience, allowing them to expand their business and create change for their local community.
Many people have a misconception of investing being bringing solely material benefits. We’re here to fight this stigma. Investing doesn’t need to go against your moral compass.
Financially educated individuals strive to generate capital with investments. However, starting the investment journey may be overwhelming due to the risks involved and the number of available options
The terms crowdfunding and crowdlending sound alike and are sometimes mixed up by beginning investors and the general public.
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