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Raising Funds by ICO

Raising Funds by ICO

Recently, we have witnessed more and more entrepreneurs and companies at the beginning of their path, raising significant sums of money through ICO - Initial Cryptocurrency Offering.
The ICO recruitment channel began as a relatively small amount of funds raised by friends & family and people specializing in Blockkin and Bitcoin technology.
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Investors – Entrepreneurs Relations

Investors – Entrepreneurs Relations

 

Almost every venture requires an initial capital injection in order to remain sustainable, and further develop and grow.
In a new TechnoLAWgy blog post, Adv. Tamir Chagal of the firm's hi-tech department discusses the most important issues every entrepreneur should be aware of in terms of the relations between investors and entrepreneurs. (in Hebrew)
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The easy (and SAFE) way to raise funds at the earliest days of startups

The easy (and SAFE) way to raise funds at the earliest days of startups

The evolution of financing agreements – a Simple Agreement for Future Equity, the more simple, efficient and short agreement of which entrepreneurs can use in order to fund their startups quickly in their first days. (in Hebrew) 

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Granting Options – Your success depends on your team

Granting Options – Your success depends on your team

Having a responsible and diverse team as paramount for investors considering an investment. That being said, no team, diverse as it may be, is able to singularly lead a company aspiring to become a leader in its field. (in Herbrew)

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Open-Source (?) How not to ruin your venture

Open-Source (?) How not to ruin your venture

Open-Source is one of the greatest assets available to programmers these days. It is no secret that with the help of open-source software and the open-source community, entrepreneurs can easily, inexpensively and quickly get moving. (in Hebrew)

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China’s secret: opportunity for Israeli companies to raise financing in China

China’s secret: opportunity for Israeli companies to raise financing in China

NEEQ is an over-the-counter (OTC) market launched throughout China at the end of 2012 and currently includes more than 3,000 registered companies (mostly in Shenzhen and Shanghai), which raised more than 18 billion Yuan in 2015. (in hebrew)

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A journey in the footsteps of “unicorns”

A journey in the footsteps of “unicorns”

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Transfer of private information to the U.S. – following the decision of the European court and the Privacy Shield arrangement

Transfer of private information to the U.S. – following the decision of the European court and the Privacy Shield arrangement

“Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they aren't after you.” About the decision of the European court prohibiting Facebook to transfer private information of users from Europe to the U.S., and the new Privacy Shield solution. (in Hebrew)

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How to raise three million shekels through crowdfunding

How to raise three million shekels through crowdfunding

On December 28, 2015, the Knesset approved the Bill for the Advancement of Companies Engaged in High Technology (Legislative Amendments), 5775-2015 (hereinafter: the “Amendment”). (In Hevrew)

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