Discussion on stock raising platform at home and abroad

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wrote a month ago to start raising the public three models, namely, credential type, membership and equity based. This article has been forwarded 3000 times and has caused a great deal of reaction. The rise of Internet banking has made all possible things that we once thought impossible, and the real entrepreneur’s spring will soon be here. Today, I will focus on some cases in the field of equity raising both at home and abroad.

Wefunder – U.S. equity raised platform

opened the Wefunder site, and I got ray first. One of the projects Wefunder is raising is FlyingCar, a flying car. The project has now raised more than $10 million, essentially more than the amount of venture capital investment in the B round of start-up projects. The operation mode of Wefunder is like this. First of all, the company on the website is Wefunder, carried out detailed research, and has a certain professional credibility. User as long as the money to Wefunder, and then find their own company, directly click on the "Invest" button, enter the minimum investment amount of $1000, has successfully invested in the Wefunder of the company. Next, investors will need you to sign the investment documents online. After the start-up company confirms that you can accept your investment, you will receive the share certificate even if the investment is valid. All of these processes don’t need to be done online, and you don’t have to understand angel investing.

When

‘s online financing for start-ups is complete, wefunder will assemble all of the invested users’ investments and set up a new, independent small fund to hold the start-up company. That is to say, all investors in the start-up company here only reflects a collective shareholder. Every independent investor has no right to vote and so on. They can only quit when the company is bought or listed.

everyone vote – China grassroots congregation raised platform

in China, and Wefunder’s model is similar to everyone voted site. We cast a web site from Shenzhen innovation Valley Investment Equity raised platform, itself is raised by public start. Innovation Valley collar vote, eleven investors with investment of one million yuan of financing, while the twelve investors were from eight National City, six people attended the shareholders’ meeting, the 5 remote after finishing the procedures, there are even four people decided to invest in no contact with the project case.

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we voted on the platform, the entrepreneur can fill out the business plan in accordance with the platform requirements, fill in the amount of financing needs, and if investors see in this project, you can choose to receive investment or with the investment of this project, if investors claim the amount reached industry team, then the project financing success a number of investors, the establishment of a limited partnership, which led people to vote lead everyone to vote for the money stage entrepreneurial team. And "everybody throws" this platform every pinch >

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Facebook, the new town square

first_img [Religion News Service] Even though I use Facebook frequently, I doubt my usage pattern will justify a $100 billion valuation for the company or send a new crop of Silicon Valley paper millionaires to Ferrari dealerships.I never click on sidebar ads, I immediately block all games, and I have no intention of using Facebook’s virtual money. I’ve done some advertising — to little effect — and will do more, but not much.On the other hand, I find Facebook intriguing, sobering and oddly encouraging. To me, Facebook is an intriguing window on the world. It’s the raw stuff of human diversity, not filtered through self-serving politicians or media summaries. When I decided to “friend” people whose views differ from mine, little did I know how much we differ.Name an issue — say, the recent dust-up over breast cancer funding for Planned Parenthood — and I read not only the rage and indignation of fervent extremes, but deep divisions within the sensible middle. The hope that we could find common ground by moving to the middle could be delusional. Divisions are still there, but maybe they’re just calmer.The things people care about cover a much broader landscape than I normally see. I expected pet photos and event promotions, but charts showing people’s different names for soft drinks? A 90-year-old couple playing ragtime at a health clinic? A boy feeling President Obama’s hair? A hint for naming a band?It’s all very intriguing. Not appalling or worrisome, just intriguing. We are all quite different. And not shy about expressing it.Yet there’s also something sobering about Facebook content. I wonder what happens to these kaleidoscopic expressions. I see a few comments, sometimes even brief dialogues. But mostly I see people blurting a thought, and then nothing follows. I suspect they hoped for more.When an exchange does occur, it can turn saccharine or nasty — and needy. People want to be heard and yet don’t value listening. That suggests a deeper isolation and loneliness than perhaps we recognize.I also see more and more images — photos, charts, cartoons, posters — and fewer words. It’s good for getting attention, of course, but strangely inarticulate, as if someone wanted to express an opinion but lacked the words or self-confidence to do so.Why, then, do I find Facebook encouraging?I am encouraged when people want to express themselves. So much energy goes into shutting us down. Given a venue for self-expression, people step up  That’s encouraging.I am encouraged that people risk disagreeing. Finding a low-passion center does little for us if it means stifling our passions. Dreamers, visionaries, eccentrics, nuts, entrepreneurs and artists are cut from the same cloth, and it’s a good thing when we wave that flag of uniqueness and passion. That’s encouraging, too.I am also encouraged that despite the coarsening of political discourse, people still care about their society and are willing to speak out. We haven’t left the public square to the shouters and ideologues. That is especially encouraging.I don’t see how any of this will make money for Facebook’s new investors. I suspect they will find a way to kill the goose. But for as long as we have it, Facebook is intriguing. And sobering. And encouraging.— Tom Ehrich is a writer, church consultant and Episcopal priest based in New York. He is the author of   “Just Wondering, Jesus” and founder of the Church Wellness Project. His website is www.morningwalkmedia.com. Follow Tom on Twitter @tomehrich. By Tom EhrichPosted Feb 8, 2012 Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Virtual Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course Online Course Aug. 9-13 Tom Weller says: Rector Tampa, FL Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Cathedral Dean Boise, ID February 9, 2012 at 8:04 am Facebook has reconnected me with people I thought had disappeared from my life. Some of them agree with my views, some disagree. When I see the expressions it makes me realize that my thoughts are not the be all and end all of an issue. As a pastor, I have to listen to the people who disagree with me and love them anyway. Facebook has helped me do that. It’s also an amazing marketing tool for events and for driving the curious seeker to our website. (That content is another matter….) All in all, Tom, I agree with you. It’s humanity at its most real: an incarnation of the Psalter. Curate Diocese of Nebraska Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Rector Albany, NY Comments are closed. Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC February 8, 2012 at 9:01 pm A stellar essay, very much worth reading and reflecting. Thank you. 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VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York (The Rev.) Ronald L. Reed says: Submit a Press Release Rector Pittsburgh, PA Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Rector Collierville, TN Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Facebook, the new town square Social Media Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Submit an Event Listing (Rev.) 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Archbishops call on Christians to repent of differences

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Maison Gauthier / Atelier Barda architecture

first_img “COPY” Maison Gauthier / Atelier Barda architecture ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/894743/maison-gauthier-atelier-barda-architecture Clipboard Structural Engineers:Latéral ConseilConcrete Artisan:Atelier BLime Plaster Artisan:Art du ChanvreCity:Mont-TremblantCountry:CanadaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Maxime DesbiensRecommended ProductsWoodEGGERLaminatesWindowsVitrocsaMinimalist Window – SlidingWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoDoorsStudcoAccess Panels – AccessDorContext and settingLa Maison Gauthier is located in the Laurentians, in Quebec, near the town of Mont-Tremblant. It is set in a hilly terrain and is surrounded by a dense expanse of forest characteristic of this mountainous region. The lot is located on a rocky hill covered with spruce and birch. It is bounded to the east by the main road and to the west by the owners’ horse farm. The clients wanted a volume with views largely oriented towards the horses’ riding arena below. At the same time, they wanted to take advantage of the intimacy created by the topography of the lot. The forested berm between the road and house creates a visual filter, allowing a sequential progression towards the building. The volume is not visible from the main road below,but gradually emerges, culminating in the imposing facade of opaque brick with a single off-centered arch. This is the main entrance to the house.Save this picture!© Juliette BuschOrganization and perceptual narrativeThe client’s marked interest in American minimalist painters, along with the presence of her ceramics studio, influenced the composition of the floor plan and the interconnection of simple geometric shapes in the design of the interior volumes. European stables and horse-breeding centres were among the references explored during the initial design phase. The house is designed in an asymmetrical V plan connecting two distinct areas: a wing for the garage and the client’s ceramics studio, and a wing for the common living areas. The various spaces are interconnected in such a way as to create a perceptual narrative for users and visitors, who experience alternating sensations of compression and expansion. The sensorial presence of simple raw materials (brick, lime, oiled oak) helps to create a tranquil atmosphere.Save this picture!© Maxime DesbiensSave this picture!Cross Section ASave this picture!© Juliette BuschFrom the entrance arch, the sequence marks a division between the service areas, the artist’s studio, and the more intimate family space. The curved corridor forms a threshold between the two wings. Its lowered ceiling produces a sensation of darkening and narrowing, which starkly contrasts with the expansive volume and light of the main room at the end (interesting chiaroscuro effect). Here, high, inclined ceilings are divided by two vertical veils that partition the kitchen, dining room and living room without compartmentalizing the volume. The gazebo marks a fluid extension from the interior towards the exterior.Save this picture!© Maxime DesbiensProportions and materiality of the voidWide, yet relatively low openings carefully frame the views towards the horses’ arena. The varying proportions create an interesting tension between the interior volume and the landscape. Vast skylights oriented towards the east direct light towards the lime-covered vertical veils and also permit natural ventilation of the main volume. These hollow volumes create a bright, luminous atmosphere, lending a sacred quality to the space. A third “light cannon” in the ceramics studio directs zenithal light into the room. The inclined surfaces of the faceted ceiling, combined with the vertical veils and light cannons, lend the void sculptural qualities usually associated with solid space. The materiality of the void gives body to the volume.Save this picture!Model 1Separated from the living area by a thick dividing wall, the bedrooms and bathroom are organized within the fold of the V-shaped volume of the house, creating an intimate, introspective ambiance. The variety of interior spaces contrasts with the apparent simplicity of the exterior volume. The massive roof rests on a seven-foot brick base. The geometries converse with the impressive body of the existing farm, at the same time making their mark in the natural surroundings. The asymmetrical volume, enveloping form, chiaroscuro effect of the curved corridor, shadows, margins, thresholds, voids, and raw materials allow the unique atmosphere of the place to emerge without concealing the structural logic of the house.Save this picture!© Maxime DesbiensProject gallerySee allShow lessStop Talking Kanye: No More Defense for Kanye WestArticlesThe Lost History of the Women of the BauhausArticles Share Save this picture!© Maxime Desbiens+ 33Curated by Fernanda Castro Share Architects: Atelier Barda architecture Area Area of this architecture project Via Terra Houses Maison Gauthier / Atelier Barda architectureSave this projectSaveMaison Gauthier / Atelier Barda architecture CopyHouses, Refurbishment•Mont-Tremblant, Canada “COPY” Year:  CopyAbout this officeAtelier Barda architectureOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentMont-TremblantCanadaPublished on May 22, 2018Cite: “Maison Gauthier / Atelier Barda architecture” 22 May 2018. 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