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Republic

Where everyone can invest in startups & tokens

Republic Alternatives

The best Republic alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    Access top deals through investor-led syndicates

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    The law changed. Invest $100+ in startups you love.

  3. Powerful SaaS integration toolkit for SaaS developers - create, amplify, manage and publish native integrations from within your app.

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    Replace venture capital with community capital

  5. 26

    Anyone can invest in innovative startups & growing companies

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    Netflix + Hootsuite for self-directed investors

  7. 16

    StartEngine allows everyday people to invest and own shares in startups and early growth companies. The nation's leading equity crowdfunding platform, StartEngine is changing the way entrepreneurs raise capital.

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    A database of 45k+ investors to raise your seed round 💰

  9. 14

    Invest in Proven Tech Companies

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    Community-owned Fundraising Platform

  11. 15

    Startup Investing, simplified

  12. 15

    Social ecosystem to simplify investment decisions.

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    AI-generated briefs on investors and thought-leaders

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    Duolingo is a free language learning app for iOS, Windows and Android devices. The app makes learning a new language fun by breaking learning into small lessons where you can earn points and move up through the levels. Read more about Duolingo.

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Categories: Crowdfunding, SaaS, Equity Crowdfunding, Fintech