“The only dumb question is the question you don’t ask”
Who can I talk to if I have questions?
You can chat with a human by calling 718.285.6378 or emailing email@example.com.
Do I pay fees to DigitalAMN for investing in Reg. CF or Reg. A+?
No. You do not pay any fees to DigitalAMN.
What do I get when I invest in Reg. CF or Reg. A+?
Your investment buys a security in startups and development stage companies.
Is DigitalAMN a crowdfunding company (aka funding portal)?
No, we are a hybrid accelerator that incorporates securities crowdfunding as part of our business development model.
How does DigitalAMN leverage crowdfunding?
As part of our acceleration business model, we support business minded people pursue their entrepreneurial dreams or access investment opportunities by leveraging Titles III and IV of the JOBS Act. Using Reg. CF and Reg. A+, we are able to assist our client and portfolio companies raise money by listing them on funding portals such as www.trucrowd.com, www.Fundanna.com and others. Likewise, we bring these opportunities to everyday people, giving them the opportunity to financially participate in potentially amazing companies when they are affordable.
How can I invest directly in DigitalAMN?
Either by (i) purchasing common stock in the public markets by way of a broker dealer, or, (ii) accredited investors can make private investments directly into the Company.
How can I invest?
- In DigitalAMN: typically though an online broker-dealer
- In DigitalAMN Client-Companies: Mainly online using one of our partner portals: truCrowd, Musicfy, Fundanna and/or Cryptolaunch. Accredited and Angel investors can contact DigitalAMN or the partner portals to inquire about other investment methods.
What is the JOBS Act?
Laws that changed the regulations on how small businesses can raise startup money and how non-accredited investors (everyday people) can make early investments in potentially high-value startup opportunities.
What titles of the JOBS Act apply to crowdfunding?
Technically, both Title III (Reg. CF) and Title IV (Reg A+) as they both leverage ‘the crowd’. However, only Title III is customarily associated specifically with crowdfunding.
What is the difference between Reg. CF and Reg. A+? Are they both crowdfunding?
Both are used to raise money from ‘the crowd’ of accredited and non-accredited investors. The basic differences are: how much someone can invest, how much a company can raise and varying filing requirements.
What is Regulation Crowdfunding (Reg. CF)?
It is a regulatory framework created by the SEC and FINRA that allows early stage companies to sell securities to the general public. The major highlights are that one company can raise up to $1,070,000 annually, while investors may invest up to 10% if their net worth or income.
Is Equity Crowdfunding and Securities Crowdfunding the same?
Yes. However, ‘securities’ is a broader term that can include both equity (common and preferred), debt instruments and any other investment contracts considered securities.
How is Crowdfunding different from Equity Crowdfunding?
Traditional crowdfunding is similar to the Kickstarter model – ‘the crowd’ pools their money, and participants receive a product or reward for supporting a company but those persons have no financial benefit if that company does well in the future.
Securities Crowdfunding gives ‘the crowd’ equity ownership (or other security) in the companies they support, making them ‘early-stage’ investors. Through securities crowdfunding, investors may also profit-share with the company.
Is Regulation Crowdfunding safe?
All investments carry risk, so you must always do your due diligence. That said, yes, Reg. CF is Federally regulated and structured to protect non-accredited investors.
How do I know if I can invest?
American residents over the age of 18 may be eligible. Your specific ability would be determined by the securities laws in each state.
How much can I invest?
Minimum investment limits are set by each company. In general, people can invest a couple hundred dollars or lower. Details on the minimum investment of a specific company can be found on that company’s offering page.
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