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004 Crowdability and educating investors on the crowdfunding opportunity

On this week’s TWiC podcast, we interview the guys behind Crowdability — a great resource for investors thinking about getting a bit more serious about equity crowdfunding. Matt and Wayne are 2 extraordinary entrepreneurs in their own right and have a bold vision of providing an educational and decision-layer to help investors make better decisions when investing in startups online via equity crowdfunding.

In this week’s news roundup, David and Zack look at the differences between raising money via crowdfunding or turning to more traditional sources of capital. BitTorrent is using its massive network of 170 million users to crowdfunding new forms of content. Lastly, is beer the most perfect of crowdfunding projects? David thinks it just may be…

We review CrowdBrewed, a crowdfunding site that encourages (you guessed it), funding of beer-related enterprises.

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Recommended resources for investing in startups from Crowdability

**You can now listen to TWiC on iTunes (nice!). If you’re listening to our podcast and enjoying it, finding some value, or just using it to stay on top of everything crowdfunding, please give us a good rating on iTunes. We’ll mention you on the show with a shout-out. We’re really appreciative of your feedback and continued listening — we’re all in this together and your support helps keep our show fresh and growing.

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