Film Equity Funding Platform
Business Model: FilmoCrat will support film production studios worldwide. It will make money by charging commissions on releasing film production budgets, consumer viewing traffic, and advertising.
Market Size: The Company aims to capture 20% of the Global Streaming Market by 2026. The Global Streaming Market is estimated to reach USD 115.9 billion; Users are expected to amount to 1.48 billion by 2026, per Statista.
Patent-Pending System: The Platform's foundation is a proprietary patent-pending system is among the world's first entity to launch an NFT Equity Crowdfunding Platform for investing in Motion Picture Productions. The Platform will entwine Hollywood-like productions with metaverse projection technologies in a contest-like environment and let fans live an immersive experience. Movie streaming media nowadays face higher customer churn rates.
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FilmoCrat- launches a Film-Equity Crowdfunding Platform to solve audience migration issues within the Streaming Sectors. It connects film producers, investors, and fans to release premium movies via trailer contests. It includes community voting, equity-based profit sharing, and revenue automation.
Maximum Number of Shares Offered subject to adjustment for bonus shares
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How much can I invest?
With Regulation A+, a non-accredited investor can only invest a maximum of 10% of their annual income or 10% of their net worth per year, whichever is greater. There are no restrictions for accredited investors.
With Regulation Crowdfunding, non-accredited investors with an annual income or net worth less than $124,000, are limited to invest a maximum of 5% of the greater of those two amounts. For those with an annual income and net worth greater than $124,000, he/she is limited to investing 10% of the greater of the two amounts.
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What is the difference between Regulation Crowdfunding and Regulation A+?
Both Title III (Regulation Crowdfunding) and Title IV (Reg A+) help entrepreneurs crowdfund capital investments from unaccredited and accredited investors. The differences between these regulations are related to the investor limitations, the differing amounts of money companies are permitted to raise, and differing disclosure and filing requirements. To learn more about Regulation Crowdfunding, click here, and for Regulation A+, click here.