Tony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·June 14, 2015·1 min readThe Daily Dig for Sunday, June 14 ShareTweetShareSubmit Feds take action against dubious Kickstarter project You knew it was only a matter of time before the feds took action against a failed crowdfunding campaign. Looks like they found a good guinea pig. Joe Mullin reports. Many New Yorkers unbanked New York City residents are twice as likely to be unbanked as the national average, many within the shadow of Wall Street, writes Kate Gibson. Canadian capital platform raises seed funding Lending Loop aims to be the first Canadian platform to link startups with funders. Knowlton Thomas reports. Irish P2P firm profiled Grid Finance is one of two “crowdlending” platforms currently operating in Ireland. Peter Bodkin reports.See alsoMay 8, 2018Accessible data and AI: Powering the future of fintech Students in India having a harder time getting education loans People in India who borrow to finance their studies are having a harder time doing so because of a growing default rate, writes Apoorva Puranik. Equity crowdfunding off to solid start in New Zealand Three equity crowdfunding platforms have helped 15 New Zealand businesses raise $8.7 million. Tom Pullar-Strecker reports. Like this article? Take a second to support us on Patreon!