Crowdfunding is a recent phenomenon which consists in promoting an initiative by collecting the necessary money through the web. It was born in America as a social phenomenon and found its economic justification in the possibility of collecting large amounts of money from small investors willing to engage in the realization of a project. The known forms of crowdfunding are: the donation model, the rewards model, the pre purchase model and the equity model. The research aims to identify the rights and obligations of the issuer and those of the operator of the crowdfunding portal. The analysis will not fail to verify how and in what way the non-professional investor (weaker party to the relationship) must be protected.

“Crowdfunding” between private autonomy and market development

Tommasini M.
2020

Abstract

Crowdfunding is a recent phenomenon which consists in promoting an initiative by collecting the necessary money through the web. It was born in America as a social phenomenon and found its economic justification in the possibility of collecting large amounts of money from small investors willing to engage in the realization of a project. The known forms of crowdfunding are: the donation model, the rewards model, the pre purchase model and the equity model. The research aims to identify the rights and obligations of the issuer and those of the operator of the crowdfunding portal. The analysis will not fail to verify how and in what way the non-professional investor (weaker party to the relationship) must be protected.
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