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Casper business first to join Wyoming Invests Now

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Buchanan says a Casper company is the first business in the state to participate in a new program designed to help businesses attract investment money. Buchanan says McGinley Orthopedics has issued an open investment round through the secretary of state's new Wyoming Invests Now program. Buchanan says the program provides Wyoming companies seeking a new source of capital with an opportunity to seek out investors across the state, and the opportunity for investors to learn about and make the choice to invest in these companies.

Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Buchanan kicks off WIN program

CHEYENNE - A Casper company became the first example of how a new program could help small and medium-sized Wyoming businesses access capital and grow. Wyoming Invests Now - or WIN - is a crowdfunding investment opportunity exclusively for Wyoming residents and businesses. Crowdfunding is a practice of raising money for a project or venture, typically through online platforms. To read more, click here.

Wyoming blockchain, cryptocurrency proponents sky-high

CHEYENNE - Much ado was made by lawmakers and blockchain companies about legislation passed in March, making Wyoming one of the friendliest states to cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. And if you ask Corey Allen Billinton a professor of practice at the University of Wyoming, it's not just pomp To read more, click here.

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