Crowdinvesting is a special form of crowdfunding. Anonymous investors assemble through the Internet and follow a specific target. The main difference is that these targets are financially limited. The crowd appears in the form of micro-investors with clearly defined stakes in the profits. Businesses, especially startups, can raise equity with this new type of investor acquisition on the Internet without having to rely on a promotive bank or the formation of a corporation.
Promising platforms including ProFunder or Seedmatch that systematically encouraged the development appeared in 2009. And although the development is still erratic, the tendency is clearly upwards and offers enormous potential with regard to transparency and participation for the investors. As with analog businesses, confidence-building will be the greatest challenge of the ambitious crowdinvesting platforms.
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