Author: Lou Bevilacqua

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Louis Bevilacqua Participates in Disruptive Financing Panel Considering Regulatory and Legal Issues for ICOs and Token Sales

13.10.2018 in Cryptocurrency, Financing, Going Public, Securities Attorneys (Exchange Act)

The Planet MicroCap Showcase 2018 in Las Vegas, NV, held a panel on the regulatory and legal issues involved in initial coin offerings (ICOs) and token sales. The showcase was held to bring together growing and promising companies, top dealmakers in MicroCap Financing, and industry…

ICOs Skyrocketed in 2017, but Few People Know the Basics

19.03.2018 in Cryptocurrency

The number of initial coin offerings (ICOs) has skyrocketed in 2017, raising more than $4 billion for various startups. Until recently, ICOs were a relatively unknown method of fundraising in the blockchain community; however, the use of ICOs has quickly become a prime way to…

So What’s Wrong with Reg A+?

20.01.2017 in Equity Crowdfunding, Financing

This article was first published in the Fall 2016 edition of the MicroCap Review.  It is being republished here with the permission of the editor.  The original article can be viewed here.  On June 19, 2015 amendments to Regulation A commonly known as Regulation A+…

Equity Crowdfunding is Awesome!

18.07.2016 in Equity Crowdfunding, Going Public

Equity crowdfunding is awesome!  There, I have said it. Most lawyers seem to be against equity crowdfunding under new Regulation Crowdfunding and Title III of the JOBS Act, especially those at big firms. They talk about how investors will get ripped off by shysters and…

Capital Raising Before Regulation A Offering

25.04.2016 in Equity Crowdfunding, Financing

In this article, I take a closer look at capital raising before Regulation A Offering and some key items to consider. This is a necessary follow-up to my December 2015  article entitled “How to Fund the Expenses of Regulation A Offering,” which describes how issuers that desire…