Tony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·July 12, 2014·1 min readThe Daily Dig for Saturday, July 12 ShareTweetShareSubmit Plenty of advice on how to spruce up your crowdfunding campaign and some banking news comprise today’s Daily Dig. Ten steps to help your equity crowdfunding campaign Proper monitoring, marketing and structuring are among the tips Sandi Gilbert has for those considering equity crowdfunding. Read the rest here. Ten steps to help your crowdfunding campaign If British is more your cup o’ tea, here is a list of tips from The Guardian. European game developers flocking to crowdfunding The ability to move forward with only a small team is one reason European gamers are using crowdfunding en masse. GDC Europe has the rest. American banking system lagging behind Lack of modernization is causing America’s banking system to fall behind other systems. John Mason explains why it is and what can be done about it. Report says big banks over supported See alsoAugust 7, 2018Crowdfunding platform Boomstarter.network announces cryptocurrency support A new report states Australia’s big banks receive too much support from the government. See, we’re not alone. James Eyers has more. Banks giving out more car loans The ability to charge higher interest rates has attracted many banks to automobile loans. Maybe all the in debt college grads can live in their cars. Kim Souza analyzes the data. British government considering higher leverage limits for the big banks New proposals in the U.K. would allow regulators to vary conditions depending on how the economy is performing. Jason Douglas and Max Colchester explain. Like this article? Take a second to support us on Patreon!