Published On: Tue, Apr 17th, 2018

‘I Think ICO is a Dirty Word’ – Lessons in Compliance from KodakCoin (Interview)

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Bitcoinist spoke with Darren Marble, CEO of CrowdfundX, a fintech marketing firm that uses artificial intelligence and digital marketing to help its clients acquire retail investors and shareholders at scale. His company was responsible for designing, producing, and marketing historic Reg A+ IPOs to NASDAQ, NYSE, and OTC Markets Group and also Security Token Offers (STOs), such as KodakCoin.
I predict that NASDAQ, the NYSE, or OTC Markets Group will launch a token market. If they don’t, they may become obsolete.
– Darren Marble

Bitcoinist: First, what does your company, CrowdfundX, do?Darren Marble: CrowdfundX (CfX) is a FinTech marketing firm. We help companies raise capital online using Reg D 506(c) or Reg A+. Some of our clients include KodakCoin; Drake, who is a co-founder of Virginia Black Whiskey; and Fatburger. Prior to entering the blockchain space, CfX marketed historic Reg A+ IPOs to NASDAQ, the NYSE, and OTC Markets Group. Our Reg A+ clients have raised north of $100 million USD in the past two and a half years. We operate at the high end of the market and generally prefer to work with established brands.

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