To be an accredited investor, you must meet a certain level of wealth defined by the SEC. For example, a person having at least $1 Million in assets excluding their main residence, or an income greater than $200,000 in each of the past 2 years, would qualify. If you meet the SEC criteria, verify your Accredited Investor status via the Investor section.
Yes, as long as the country they are from permits it. Ultimately, it is up to the discretion of the entrepreneur whom they will allow to invest in their company.
No, you cannot make an investment on the platform under the minimum amount in the offer.
To complete your profile, you need to include fill out the application form.
We only require that you fill out a self-verification questionnaire to become an accredited investor.
No, we are responsible for properly documenting the reasonable steps you have taken to determine the investor is in fact accredited.
Although Title IV has passed, it will not be implemented for 60-90 days, therefore only accredited investors will be recognized currently.

Title IV allows startups and later stage pre IPO companies to use equity crowdfunding platforms like Crowdfunder to raise as much as $50M from both accredited and non-accredited investors.

Title IV is broken up into two tiers, Tier 1 and Tier 2. Tier 1 allows you to raise up to $20M while Tier 2 allows you to raise up to $50M. Check out the key differences between the two tiers below.

Tier 1 – Raise up to $20M

  • Anyone can participate
  • You can publicly advertise
  • Reviews financials
  • Must pass a state coordinated review

No limit on investment
Tier 2 – Raise up to $50M

  • Anyone can participate
  • You can publicly advertise
  • Preempts Blue Sky Laws in each state
  • Requires Audited Financials
  • Non-accredited limit at 10% of income/net worth per year
Yes, now anyone can invest in startups if they fundraise under the Title IV Regulation A+ exemption.
If you are an accredited investor you should still verify your accredited status to get access to the deals that are not raising under the Title IV Regulation A+ exemption.
For Tier 1, the investor has no restrictions on the amount they investment.

For Tier 2, non-accredited investors have caps on how much they can invest. They can invest a maximum of 10% their annual income/net worth per year, depending on which is greater.