Tony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·August 5, 2015·1 min readThe Daily Dig for Wednesday, August 5 ShareTweetShareSubmit Indiegogo hosts campaign for accused police murderer Supporters of a man accused of killing a Memphis police officer have started an Indiegogo campaign to help him. Katie McHugh reports. Family offices slow to recognize P2P opportunity Even though peer-to-peer lending continues to generate excellent returns, family offices have so far been slow to jump on the bandwagon. Michael Finnigan explores the issue. Lending Club has big plans Car loans and mortgages are two areas Renaud Laplanche has his eyes on. Ben McLannahan reports. Proposed Aussie crowdfunding plans resemble insufficient US ones A maximum $5 million raise and 50 non-employee limit are two aspects of Australia’s proposed crowdfunding rules that were deemed inefficient here in the United States. Learn more here.See alsoJune 15, 2015OTC Markets Group announces new rules for Reg A+ companies Crowdcube closes first offer Software startup Collect becomes the first company to close an offer on New Zealand’s Crowdcube. Calida Smylie reports. Christie considering crowdfunding bill A bill currently before New Jersey governor Chris Christie would expand the ability of local businesses to crowdfund. It has bipartisan support. Hugh Morley reports.