Crowdfunding may not be the simple solution that cash-starved marijuana start-ups can turn to for funding.
In May, the Securities and Exchange Commission implemented new rules permitting small businesses to raise up to $1 million annually through crowdfunding.
The move was hailed in the cannabis sector as a major breakthrough that would help entrepreneurs raise capital from individuals at a time when many banks are leery of conducting business with marijuana companies.
But it may not be that easy. Just ask NextRX, a cannabis-related software firm that launched a fundraising campaign on May 16 through StartEngine Crowdfunding in
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Bank Nixes Marijuana Firm’s Crowdfunding Hopes
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