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Fig crowdfunding platform receives SEC approval

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) granted approval to Fig for non-accredited investors. This means that unlike competing platforms such as Kickstarter, Fig grants you a financial stake in projects in return for your investments. According to a report on Venture Beat, the SEC gave approval to Fig's Psychonauts 2 project. Anyone who backed the game at $1,000 per share or greater will earn cash once the game starts earning revenue.
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