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Reg A+ Money Show
15 minutes | Aug 2, 2018
Do Security Token Offerings (STO) Require Blue Sky Law Registration? (Part 2)
RegAMoney.com: Blue Sky Laws are state regulations established as safeguards for investors against securities fraud. The laws, which may vary by state, typically require sellers of new issues to register their offerings and provide financial details. This allows investors to base their judgments on verifiable information. Security Token Offerings are basically programmable equity which was covered on a previous Reg.A Money Show podcast with CrowdfundX’s Darren Marble. So the big question becomes: are STOs subject to Securities and Exchange Commission and “Blue Sky” registration? This is a significant issue that we’re going to be seeing a lot of in the future as a hot topic. Listen to this podcast and learn how the state of Wyoming seems to be pioneering the legislation regarding this discussion. and how this all applies to blockchain technology.
14 minutes | Aug 2, 2018
Do Security Token Offerings (STO) Require Blue Sky Law Registration? (Part 1)
RegAMoney.com: The Reg.A Money Show continues to provide more news and updates making it the most comprehensive podcast covering the Regulation A+ industry. As such, the podcast is now available on the Spotify network putting the show in front of an additional 70 million potential listeners. All Reg.A+ contenders, startups, and anyone wanting to access the capital markets via crowdfunding should make it a point to attend and/or present your deal to the Reg.A Symposium to be held this year in Las Vegas in November. Now’s the time to bring your fine-tune your roadshow! Listen to this podcast to find out why, and then learn about Blue Sky registration issues with respect to Security Token Offerings as we answer a question from a listener who wanted clarification on a point made on our last show featuring attorney Louis Bevilacqua.
11 minutes | Jul 22, 2018
Attorney Louis Bevilacqua Explains Disadvantages and Advantages of Reg.CF as a Bridge to Regulation A+ Offerings (Part 1)
RegAMoney.com: When the Jobs Act was passed in 2012, it opened up a whole new world on how companies can use crowdfunding techniques and vehicles to access capital markets and raise money from both accredited and non-accredited investors. However, the Jobs Act contains many Titles and Provisions. And when you start to peel away the JobsAct onion, you’ll quickly learn there are many other crowdfunding options rather than just Regulation A+. Reg.CF is one such option that doesn’t get talked about a lot – until now – and it ties in nicely with a question we received from a “Reg.A Money Show” listener who asks: “The Jobs Act, Title IV, crowdfunding, Reg.CF, Reg.A, 506c.... I hear these terms used interchangeably and was wondering what the differences are as well as the advantages/disadvantages of each. Can you please explain?” Well, in this podcast episode, we brought on attorney Louis Bevilacqua from Bevilacqua PLLC as a guest on the show for an industry expert take on the matter which you surely do not want to miss!
28 minutes | Jul 22, 2018
Attorney Louis Bevilacqua Explains Disadvantages and Advantages of Reg.CF as a Bridge to Regulation A+ Offerings (Part 2)
RegAMoney.com: As we’ve discussed on previous “Reg.A Money Show” podcasts, many Reg.A+ “contenders” just don’t have the money and resources to get started with a Regulation A+ offering. In this podcast episode, one of the biggest names in the business (attorney Louis Bevilacqua) goes over strategies on how companies can use a Reg.CF as a “bridge” to get a Reg.A+ offering going. This is one of the reasons why Reg.CF is getting very popular for small companies seeking to raise money up to the million dollar range. Plus Reg.CF’s are also very cost effective and Mr. Bevilacqua’s company has been quite successful in this realm. If you’re a business considering Regulation A+ but just can seem to find a way to fund the process, you have to listen to the insights Lou Bevilacqua provides on this podcast as he describes the strategy, advantages, and disadvantages of using Reg.CF to lead into your potential Reg.A+. Listen carefully to the information provided, then call him at 202-869-0888 ext.100 or visit BevilacquaPLLC.com for more info.
16 minutes | Jul 10, 2018
Can Publicly Traded Companies Create a Regulation A+ Tier II Offering with a Security Token Offering Component? (Part 2)
RegAMoney.com: Publicly traded companies are coming to the Reg.A Money Show for answers when it comes to the best way to use Regulation A+ crowdfunding. Let this be a lesson to all the Reg.A+ contenders and newcomers – the podcast is always here for you and will try to answer any question you may have! However, we’re just scratching the surface of Regulation A+ STO hybrids and there’s still a lot to learn – especially in the area of how the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) may respond with their qualification efforts in this totally new and evolving industry. One thing’s for sure: the information you’ll learn on this podcast will go a long way into allowing mostly everyone to participate in your offering, even if your STO isn’t approved by the SEC. The sophistication of the questions that CFOs and CEOs of publicly traded companies are asking on the show are quite impressive, and we’re equally happy that many of these Regulation A+ contenders are taking the information provided to heart with excellent feedback to the Reg.A Funding Group.
11 minutes | Jul 10, 2018
Can Publicly Traded Companies Create a Regulation A+ Tier II Offering with a Security Token Offering Component? (Part 1)
RegAMoney.com: Nothing will stop the “Reg.A Money Show” podcast – not even 110 degree summer weather in Las Vegas when the air conditioner is broken! And speaking of hot, the Regulation A+ industry is hot as well with Security Token Offerings and the future they all hold with the BlockChain technology they are all built upon. Our last podcast broke the internet with a totally new definition of what a “hybrid offering” has morphed into (according to us), and in the process generated a number of questions sent in by the loyal listeners of the podcast. Can publicly traded companies create a Regulation A+ Tier II offering with a Security Token Offering (STO) component? This podcast answers that question and more (while raising some thought-provoking issues in the process).
17 minutes | Jun 30, 2018
The New Crowdfunding Hybrid: Combining a Security Token Offering (STO) with Regulation A+ (Part 2)
RegAMoney.com: We are just scratching the surface of Regulation A+ and the way people and businesses access capital markets. On a previous “Reg.A Money Show” podcast, CrowdfundX CEO Darren Marble talked about what was considered a “hybrid” offer with Regulation A+. Now, we’re about to turn the tables on everything with a new concept in Regulation A+ crowdfunding which is nothing short of genius! Previously, when issuers thought of going Regulation A+ or creating a Security Token Offering (STO), many thought you had to do one or the other. But what if the next generation of Reg.A+ Tier II offerings combined a common stock offering with an STO component as well? Now that’s a hybrid deal worth talking about! How will this work and what are the benefits and advantages of such an idea? We’ll get into that and break everything down in detail on this Reg.A Money Show podcast. It’s called “breaking the internet”!
13 minutes | Jun 30, 2018
The New Crowdfunding Hybrid: Combining a Security Token Offering (STO) with Regulation A+ (Part 1)
RegAMoney.com: Besides the “Reg.A Money Show” being newly syndicated on Player.FM, there’s now a new topic to be discussed at the upcoming Reg A Symposium (RegASymposium.com) in Las Vegas as well – the new crowdfunding hybrid deal built on Blockchain technology. In previous podcasts, we discussed “hybrid offerings” as a mixture of institutional investors and mainstreet investors. Now, we’re changing the game and referring to hybrids in a different light. When you combine a Security Token Offering (STO) which is based on blockchain and add the Regulation A+ component, you now have a solution that may revolutionize the marketplace. While many are discussing STOs and Reg.A+ independently, the insights you’ll learn on this podcast putting these two concepts together will blow your mind, whether you’re a Reg.A investor, issuer, or play any part in the entire industry!
19 minutes | Jun 15, 2018
Security Token Offerings, Initial Coin Offerings, Blockchain - and how it all Relates to Regulation A+ Crowdfunding Offerings (Part 2)
RegAMoney.com: “Tokenization”. With 6 billion dollars raised for ICOs last year alone, that’s a term you’re going to hear a lot of over the coming years. To address the question of what blockchain is and how cryptocurrency may be the future of Regulation A+ offerings, issuers, and investors, we interviewed Darren Marble, the CEO of CrowdFundX, who is quickly becoming the industry expert in this field. For starters, it’s crucial that you understand the difference between a regulated ICO and an STO. In this podcast, Mr. Marble goes over those differences in detail as well as explaining everything an issuer needs to know about token offerings and why they are becoming so attractive. Is blockchain technology the next big thing for Regulation A+ issuers and investors? Security Tokens provide liquidity, 24/7 trading, fractionalization, rapid settlements, reduced issuance fees, automated compliance, and attract a global pool of international investors. But it’s not all that rosy – those Reg.A+ issuers “pioneering” this charge may have some problems of their own to deal with.
9 minutes | Jun 15, 2018
Security Token Offerings, Initial Coin Offerings, Blockchain - and how it all Relates to Regulation A+ Crowdfunding Offerings (Part 1)
RegAMoney.com: These days, just about every article out there seems to touch on the latest “newest new”, which in this case seems to be blockchain technology and what that future holds. Many are now familiar with what bitcoin is, but few know exactly what the ramifications are of the blockchain technology that drives it. Now we’re hearing terms in the investment world such as “ICO” (initial coin offering) or “STO” (security token offering”) and wonder how it all relates to the Reg.A+ landscape of capital raising. Well, wonder no more, because in this episode of the “Reg.A Money Show” podcast, we answer a question from one of our listeners who asks: “What’s all this I hear about Blockchain becoming the next great opportunity and also, can you explain how tokenization relates to Reg.A+?”. Did you miss out on Google 20 years ago? Then you’ll definitely want to hear the answer to this question – directly from perhaps the industry leading professional himself!
12 minutes | Jun 5, 2018
“Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act” Puts Regulation A+ Offerings Over the Top! (Part 2)
RegAMoney.com: This new act certainly will affect PIPE issuers, which is a a private investment firm’s, a mutual fund’s or another qualified investor’s purchase of stock in a company, many times at a discount to the current market value per share for the purpose of raising capital. PIPE stands for “Private Investment in a Public Entity”, and the way people think of them are about to change, all to the benefit of Reg.A+. With the signing of the ““Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act”, Regulation A+ now has validity to every single company listed on a major exchange! Part 2 of this podcast discusses the implications and ramifications of how much this new Act will change the entire landscape of Regulation A+.... and will surely make for an interesting talking point at the Reg.A Symposium.
9 minutes | Jun 5, 2018
“Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act” Puts Regulation A+ Offerings Over the Top! (Part 1)
RegAMoney.com: When big news in the Regulation A+ marketplace breaks, you can always depend on the “Reg.A Money Show” to be on the forefront of all industry happenings. In this podcast, we break a huge story that basically puts Regulation A+ offerings over the top! Previously, Reg.A+ was not available to reporting companies, but with the newly signed “Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act” that is not the case anymore. How impactful is this? Well, it means that reporting companies (which make up just about every business listed on a major exchange for the most part) can now take part in Regulation A+, where they were previously deemed ineligible before this decision. Listen to the podcast and learn why the number of Regulation A+ offerings are about to skyrocket!
18 minutes | May 22, 2018
From Seed Funding to the Regulation A+ Offering – The Process of Tying it All Together (Part 2)
RegAMoney.com: Investors are the lifeblood of every Regulation A+ offering. As such, it’s important for every Reg.A+ issuer to understand they need to take steps to continually “sell the dream” and become fundamentally sound in your company structure, procedures, and documentation - and that all begins with your Articles of Incorporation. The Articles of Incorporation will set the ability to issue company stock through a subscription out of treasury and to a shareholder. Many times this is done with a transfer agent, but smaller companies can do this themselves. So why is it so important to designate your amended articles “blank check preferred” and why is 30% such a magic number for Reg.A+ investors? Listen to this episode of the “Reg.A Money Show” and you’ll understand why.
12 minutes | May 22, 2018
From Seed Funding to the Regulation A+ Offering – The Process of Tying it All Together (Part 1)
RegAMoney.com: Over the previous three episodes of the “Reg. A Money Show”, we’ve discussed what the realistic costs of creating a Reg.A+ offering are, how to use term-sheets to get the seed financing to do a Regulation A+, and how to use preferred shares to set up your stock structure for your Reg.A deal. This podcast ties the process all together from initial capital raising to the launch of the Regulation A+ offering to access the capital markets. The key is how you structure or amend your original Articles of Incorporation. In this podcast, we answer a question from one of our listeners who asks exactly that.
13 minutes | May 14, 2018
Preferred Stock Explained for Regulation A+ Crowdfunding Offerings - What You Need to Know! (Part 2)
RegAMoney.com: In a previous podcast, we talked about how to get that seed money needed to help fund the filing of your initial Reg.A+ crowdfunding offering application to the SEC. In this part of the Reg.A Money Show, we answer a question from a listener who asks “What are preferred shares and how do they differ from other stock offering options?” It’s extremely important that investors and issuers alike understand exactly what preferred shares are and how they can benefit both the investor and the company issuing the stock. Preferred shares, common shares, convertible shares, series a, series b, warrants, etc... all these stock designations can be quite confusing, but when you look at preferred shares as creative devices, the picture comes in a lot clearer in its functionality and power, including voting ability, dividend payouts, and underlying value of the stock itself. Companies like Facebook use preferred stock in an interesting way – listen to this podcast episode to learn more.
12 minutes | May 14, 2018
Preferred Stock Explained for Regulation A+ Crowdfunding Offerings - What You Need to Know! (Part 1)
RegAMoney.com: These days, there’s a certain amount of negativity and naysayers regarding Regulation A+ offerings. Some are pointing to the drop in stock prices of many Reg.A+ issuers and wonder about its sustainability. The Reg.A Money Show podcast however understands the potential of Reg.A+ and continues to be bullish on its future. We maintain that Reg.A+ has leveled the playing field! Our listeners are coming from all over the world listening to the Reg.A Money Show, asking questions and seeking advice (such as the question we answer in this podcast regarding preferred stock). As such, we are looking forward to working with the Crowdfunding Professional Association to continue to move crowdfunding forward in a positive light, just like the Vegas Golden Knights have proved the entire NHL hockey community wrong when everyone said the team would be a disaster in its first year. Instead, just like we predict Reg.A will do, they’re proving all the naysayers wrong! In fact, the Golden Knights are currently in their Conference Finals, just one step away from the Stanley Cup! All Reg.A+ bandwagon fans are welcome when it proves just as successful as the years go by. The Reg.A Symposium will certainly go a long way in fostering that growth. Anyone involved with Reg.A is encouraged to attend.
19 minutes | May 8, 2018
How A Strong Termsheet Can Help you Raise Seed Capital for Your Regulation A+ Offerings (Part 2)
RegAMoney.com: If you’ve ever wondered what favorable terms should be included in your term-sheet, this podcast is for you! How do you want the capital you’re trying to raise to come in and what do you want to pay for it? You’ve got basically three choices: an equity term-sheet, a debt term-sheet, and a hybrid of the two. What should be included? What makes one better or worse than the other? This episode of the Reg.A Money Show podcast covers it all with the main goal being to get the investor (and/or investors) to write you a check What that accomplished, you can start the process of creating your Regulation A+ offering now that you’ve raised the initial seed capital to do so. It all starts with the term-sheet, so all “Reg.A+ contenders” need to understand the information and advice presented in this segment to make that term-sheet a strong one.
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