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Fig’s non-accredited game-investment platform is now SEC-approved

It worked. It really worked. The raving mad folks over at Fig said they could turn anyone into an investor, and now that United States government has validated that plan. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has approved Fig’s “Game Shares” platform for non-accredited investors. In August 2016, developers Double Fine, InXile, and Obsidian […]
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