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InvestDen partners with Crowdnetic to provide crowdfunding data to investors

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London’s InvestDen crowdfunding platform has unveiled a partnership with New York data company  Crowdnetic Corporation to make the sector “morally accountable” for the deals it offers investors, which it says is key to securing future growth.

InvestDen chief executive Matt Novak said: “This partnership provides a barometer for the global crowdfinance market place insofar as streamlining valuations, tracking the life-cycle of crowdfunded assets and making platforms morally accountable for the quality of the deals that they originate. Comprehensive data aggregation is integral for commercialisation of crowdfinance.”

InvestDen launched in June this year to offer both debt and equity crowd investment opportunities from as  little as £50, as well as providing a secondary market for buying and selling investments.

Crowdnetic has been working since 2011 on providing real-time data in the crowdfinancing space.

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