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Indiegogo cracks down on crowdfunding campaigns with new disclosure rules

Crowdfunding services operator Indiegogo Inc. is cracking down on companies seeking to raise funds with a new set of rules that are meant to provide improved product disclosure to investors. At the top of the list is a rule change that will now require all companies raising money on Indiegogo to disclose the current state of their product, […] The post Indiegogo cracks down on crowdfunding campaigns with new disclosure rules appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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