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Congress changed the law

Thanks to the JOBS Act, we're allowed to show you startups that are raising funding. Right now, only accredited investors ($200k+ a year in salary) may invest. But by 2014, as the JOBS Act gets rolled out, every American may invest as little as $100.

1933-2013
The Old Law

Startups were not allowed to advertise their fundraising to the general public - for instance, placing their terms on this web site. Only accredited investors could invest.

September 23rd, 2013
The SEC rolled out Title II
of the JOBS Act

Startups can publicly raise funds from
accredited investors on Wefunder.

Summer 2014
The SEC rolls out Title III
of the JOBS Act

Every American - regardless of wealth - may invest as little as $100 in a startup.

We're about democratizing investing

Before the JOBS Act, only a few privileged highly-networked investors - mostly in Silicon Valley - had access to the best companies. The system was essentially a government-protected oligarchy. We thought that was wrong, so we successfully lobbied Congress to pass the JOBS Act. We were invited to watch as President Obama signed it into law.

We believe that every American should be able to invest in startups they believe in.

Startup investing is risky - this is not the stock market; most startups fail. But as a small percentage of our portfolios, we're now all able to back promising young companies we think have a shot. Let's support more startups that can bring innovation back to America.

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