In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of October 25, 2015
Some interesting links we found across the web for this week:
SEC Approves Title III of JOBS Act, Equity Crowdfunding with Non-Accredited
This just in: your friendly neighborhood VC firm has some serious competition. The SEC today approved equity from non-, allowing ordinary people to buy equity online for the first time. Forbes breaks down these historic new rules, which take effect 90 days from now.
European Startups Form Lobby Group to Push on EU Digital Policy
Keep an eye across the pond in the coming months, as Europe's biggest are banding together for reform. Will their American counterparts be frozen out?
NASA Offering Patents to Startups, No Money Down
A new cure for inventor's block: grab a patent from NASA for (almost) free! The agency's evolving tech transfer program is now licensing inventions to who can bring them to market within five years, with no payments for the first three.
Valuation vs. Value
Deep thoughts for those who fear the bubble, from the CEO of PeoplePerHour.
The State of the Most Influential Startups on Earth
And for those who are visual learners, Fast Company has info-graphics galore on the current state of the global market.
Links compiled by Jared Brenner.