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Wefunder Team

Equity for startups offering close ties to Y Combinator. It is a crowd investing platform offering equity crowdfunding for non-accredited investors, or regulation crowdfunding, Regulation D, Rule 506b and Regulation A+ offerings. They are structured as a public benefit corporation (B-Corp).

Portal Performance

According to their website as of Nov 2023:

  • 3,184 founders funded or startups raised money
  • $677M raised on Wefunder million raised
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Fee Details

A company can create a profile with Wefunder for free. Fees are only assessed after a successful raise. The structure of the raise for the team is are all-or-nothing. Funds are collected only if you meet or exceed the goal amount set at the outset.

Funding Structure

They allow direct as well as fund-based investments and allow investors to directly connect with the company executives through an integrated chat system. None of the actual investments are facilitated through the platform and happen off site. If you are interested in their fund offerings to diversify Learn More here >


Wefunder offers a contact section with email address for support that we have seen responses come back on. We understand that once a campaign has been launched Wefunder will open a line of communication. We look forward to learning your experiences in the comments. They are based in San Francisco.


Founded in 2011 by Greg Belote, Mike Norman, and Nick Tommarello. They started by offering Reg D filings. The team went through YCombinator and leverage the network to help fund many graduates of the program.

Regulation A+ campaigns are for more mature companies looking to raise up to $50 million. This incurs public filing requirements.


They allow investments starting from $100-$500, unlike the minimum threshold of $1000 by  many equity crowdfunding platforms.

External Reviews

YieldTalk Outstanding

The Team at CrowdWise built a video to review WeFunder and Yieldtalk has them listed at 4.5/5 stars

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